Golden Ball Lane, Maidenhead, Berkshire(14 Reviews)
In-Home Residential Training, Workshops and Seminars, Private Lessons
Does your dog pull on the lead? Not come back when called? Barks or jumps up at visitors or people in the park? Or is just not doing what you are asking him or her to do?
Maybe your dog's behaviour is stopping you going out and going to places where you wish you could take them?
We know how it feels!
We all have been there and experienced situations where we cannot call back our dog from other dogs in the park or we don't have enough confidence and control in public places. Sometimes It's easier to decide not to take our dog with us or just stay at home rather than struggle!
Good news is: We can help!
If you would like to be able to make your dog a more integral part of your life and you dream about enjoying your best friends' company at the beachside, countryside, town centre, pubs and cafeterias, pet shops... to name a few!
Then our Home Boarding and Training Program is perfect for you!
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Why should our clients choose you?
''Our mission is to provide the best service possible. We are all certified trainers (Masters degree in Animal Science, BIPDT Certificate) with years of experience in various fields. We used to work for leading dog training companies in the UK and now we want to provide even higher standard of care and training... but most importantly WE ARE PASSIONATE AND LOVE WHAT WE DO!
Thank you for trusting us with your dogs!''
- Alex Lato and Lila Zachwatowicz
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In-Home Residential Training
In-home residential training gives you more assurance (over residential in kennels) when it comes to your dog's wellbeing and the training they receive. Your dog will stay in a trainer's house and will live as a part of his/her family and trained and cared for. Therefore, there is no training that is more effective and reliable! We are creating customised training plans to meet you and yours dog's needs. The situations your dog will encounter are real life scenarios for example, walking past other dogs on narrow pavements, recall from other dogs in the park, walks in the woods, walking around the neighbourhood, behaviour in public places to name a few. The results of the training depend on your dog and their temperament. We usually recommend at least a 2, 3 or 4 weeks stay with a trainer. During the first week we introduce all the commands and behaviours (sit, down, stay, leave it, door manners, recall, loose lead walking, heeling, general behaviour). During the 2nd week we begin to proof all the behaviours and generalise them to different environments. In the 3rd week we add more and more distractions to make the commands as reliable as possible!In 4 weeks, this level is taken to a more advanced and reliable level, especially when around other dogs and in various places and off the lead. more http://www.temperamentdogs.co.uk/bookings-and-prices
One-to-one sessions are for any dog-human team. Would you like to work on your dog’s recall skills? Work on loose lead walking? Or improve your understanding of canines and the bond with your 4-leggeded friend? Have a 1-2-1 session and enjoy customised exercises, personal goals and very individual approach that fits you and your dog! There are a few things we’d like to make sure you know about so you can get the best out of your training session: Please bring a hungry dog to your session, Temperament Dog’s training is based on positive reinforcement and we use food as a reward during training sessions. Bring the kibble you would feed your dog in the meal before your session. So, if you have a morning 1-2-1 then bring your dog’s breakfast, an evening 1-2-1 bring you dog’s dinner. Your dog can have light exercise ahead of your 1-2-1, so a brief walk. The hour long training session will be a good workout for your dog – physically and mentally As well as your dog’s kibble, please bring a variety of treats (cheese, ham, sausage, chicken) including high value treats such as dried liver or heart – anything that you know your dog absolutely loves – think human food! Bring a toy that your dog loves to play with, you can find some ideas at http://www.temperamentdogs.co.uk/handmade-dog-toys more at http://www.temperamentdogs.co.uk/121-sessions