Wakefield Dog Training Centre
Wakefield, West Yorkshire
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We understand that training your dog to be the family pet you hoped for can be a difficult task, but with our help and guidance you’ll be under control and stress free in no time. A well trained dog is not only good on the training field, but in all aspects of life. Our goal and whole dog training system is built to help you achieve this.
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Wakefield Dog Training Centre
Goldwing Farm, Shay Lane, Wakefield WF2 6PR, UK
Our group dog training classes are designed to take you and your dog through the various stages of his development through from the basic training all dogs require up to advanced level training that can ensure your dog knows how to behave in all situations. The emphasis is on training you to understand how to communicate and interact with your dog as we find this allows you to get the best out of your dogs training. We do this through tutoring and demonstration to teach you the best way of training a dog. To achieve the best results each course attendee is given personal attention and support throughout each session. For this reason we limit our class sizes to a maximum of 6 - 8 dogs. We offer 3 Stages of Group Training which include the requirements of the Kennel Club Good Citizen Dog Scheme and each level of training leads to an accredited award as part of the scheme. For a fully balanced dog, owners should look to complete all 3 Stages of the Group Training. On completion of each stage you will be given the chance to undertake an assessment under a KC licensed judge, so you really have something to work towards. We also offer a great mixed training option for new dog owners. This is a combination of both One to One and group training. Starting with a One to One session, making sure you have knowledge of the basics of nurturing a puppy correctly, then moving onto a group class.
One to One Training
We strongly believe with the right approach all dogs can be trained. There are some dogs that do not benefit from the group dog training class method to training. Maybe they lack focus, have specific problems like pulling on the lead or recall difficulties or are aggressive towards other dogs. For these we offer our One on One training. Following an initial assessment we will plan a course that takes you and your dog through the basic commands as well as focusing on any specific issues they have before moving on to the more advanced techniques required for good control of your dog at distance and with distractions. You will be amazed how quickly your dog progresses with the benefit of our one to one dog training. Problems that we regularly fix with One on One dog training: • Pulling on the lead • Dog to Dog Aggression • Dog to Human Aggression • Bad recall and running away • Jumping up • Over excitement around other dogs • Mouthing & Nipping • Noisy dogs • Separation Anxiety • Toilet Training • Food Manners • Nervousness
There are of course numerous reasons why people prefer to send their pets on a residential dog training course. In these cases your dog will be benefit from a concentrated course of dog training under the personal supervision of our instructors. As always we like to do an initial assessment with you and the dog. This helps us to understand yours and your dog’s needs and enables us to plan the course accordingly. Although best done here at the training centre, if this means travelling long distances then we can arrange to do a telephone assessment with you instead. At the end of the course you will be given a personal tuition session where we will demonstrate what your dog has learnt during the training course plus be shown the techniques required to maintain their training. During his training your dog will enjoy comfortable heated accommodation with fully covered runs within our beautiful rural surroundings. We can even tailor our courses to fit in with your holiday plans.
Our home visit services can help you in all areas of dog ownership, from behaviour correction, general dog or puppy training, nutrition, advice & guidance. Particularly useful if you are re-homing a dog from a rescue or adoption centre. Quite often rescued dogs will seem to settle in quickly but after time will start to develop problems often associated with the reasons they were in the rescue centre. We can show you the pitfalls to avoid and how to develop a lasting relationship with your new dog that avoids these old issues reoccurring. Home visits for young puppies Bringing a new puppy into the home can be a daunting task. To avoid future problems it is vital that you get things right at the outset with good puppy training. Your puppies behaviour is instinctive and things like mouthing, jumping up and crying through the night although not seen as big issues to begin with can lead to major problems in the future if not dealt with properly at the start. We will visit you and your puppy in your home and show you all those important little things that you need to know but just don’t know where to start. Things like the best way to start toilet training, how to play with your puppy and how to make sure they know where they fit into the family group. The sooner this is done the better and failure to get it right can lead to future problems that can be difficult and time consuming to fix in the future. Home visits are available within a 20 Mile radius of the Centre.
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