Paws and Relax Pet Services offer a wide variety of dog training packages to accommodate your training needs. We are also able to offer Focus-Based training sessions. These sessions are tailored to approach the exact unwanted behaviour your dog displays.
Our specialised training sessions have multiple advantages!
- 100% focus on your exact topic of training without the in depth consultation.
- 1-2-1 practical with one of our trainers, lasting 1 hour.
All sessions will be held outdoors (maintaining social distancing at all times).
Loose Lead Training
There is no need to feel alone in thinking your dog is the only dog who pulls. This is a topic which commonly appears in our enquiries!
Albeit a common issue, it can be a frustrating and complicated topic to approach. Also one which can make or break those sought after enjoyable walks with your dog.
As part of this session, Paws and Relax Pet Services will be able to assist you in breaking down the potential reasons for the pulling. Then we can direct you with 1-2-1 training, making sure that future walks with your dog are enjoyable for the both of you!
There is nothing more enjoyable than taking your dog down to the beach or the park and letting them off of their lead, allowing them to run around and be themselves. The most important thing about allowing your dog off of their lead is that they are still controllable even whilst off lead.
This leads us to the subject of recall. If you are in any doubts over the ability to have your dog off lead in a controlled manner then this is the session for you!
Paws and Relax Pet Services can assist you to improve the recall of your dog with 1-2-1 practical training.
If you have an individual unwanted behaviour which hasn't been listed here, please contact us via email: email@example.com
What will you need to bring to these sessions?
Our van comes full of equipment however we do ask that you bring along a few items to assist with the training, ensuring you get the most out of your session with us.
- A short lead
- A large quantity of high value treats (cheese, ham, chicken, hot dogs, liver cake, etc). These should be cut into fairly small pieces so as to not overload your dog’s diet.
- Plenty of enthusiasm and patience!