Please wait ...

Find a Dog Trainer in Lancashire

Where do you need Dog Trainers?

Daily Mail
The Guardian
Harpers Bazaar

Looking for a Dog Trainer in Lancashire?

You’ll find the best Dog Trainers near you on Bark. Start your search and get free quotes today! 

First time looking for a Dog Trainer and not sure where to start? Let us do the legwork for you. Tell us about your project and we’ll send you a list of the top Dog Trainers in Lancashire to review. Whether you’re looking for quotes or you want to speak to some local professionals, we’ll connect you with the best Dog Trainers for the job. 

There’s no pressure to hire, so you can compare profiles, read previous reviews and ask for more information before you make your decision. 

Best of all - it’s completely free!


Tell us what you need

We’ll help you find Dog Trainers in Lancashire. Help us refine your search by telling us your requirements and we’ll contact service providers in your area to help you.


Receive Free Quotes

You’ll receive free quotes from professionals in Lancashire and get quick notifications via our website or app. We make sure we do the leg work for you!


Choose your Dog Trainer

Pick from some of the best providers in your area. With easy access to reviews and direct contact with Dog Trainers, you can be confident with your choice.

The average price of Dog Trainers in Lancashire is £170

The PAWSitive Woof Pack profile image

The PAWSitive Woof Pack

The PAWSitive Woof Pack consists of husband and wife team: Adam focusses on providing enriching dog walking experiences (both pack and solo walks) whilst Lu is our resident canine behaviourist and trainer (though, you may well catch her on some dog walks too, as she just can't help herself!). DOG WALKS We're happy to take on any dog, no matter the age or size. However, we tend to specialise in working with dogs other walkers find too big, strong or "difficult to handle". We LOVE a challenge and take huge pride in helping keep your dog stimulated and exercised. DOG TRAINING We offer puppy and obedience training as well as behaviour modification (from stopping lead pulling, through to working on resource guarding, reactivity, aggression and anxiety). Our training is all done one to one, in your home, which ensures it's perfectly tailored to you, your requirements and your dog (this also means we can take into account breed characteristics, age, health and previous training). Training is not a one-size fits all process, which is why we work with you to find out the right size for you. *** IMPORTANT INFO *** Please note, we don't always respond to Bark requests. As a potential customer you may not be aware, but Bark charges us between £3.98 and £13.26 to purchase your contact details. We don't mind this; however, on average only 20% of potential buyers are in a position to hire, rather than simply researching potential costs. If you're simply browsing, feel free to check out our website :) If you are keen to hire a dog walker or trainer, and are interested in finding out more about our specific services, we will ONLY consider purchasing your contact details if: * You complete all relevant information (i.e. number of dogs, age, breed etc) * Have your number verified by Bark * Include a message with your request to provide us with additional information e.g. preferences on days for dog walks, or a brief description of any problem(s) if you are looking for training We hope this does not come across as being deliberately awkward, but we currently have a waiting list for training and, as a result, only have time for those who are prepared to be engaged in the process from the start. NOT PROVIDED Please be aware that we do not provide guard dog, service dog or protection training. Check out our Facebook page for top tips and ideas on puppy selection, general dog ownership and training.

View Profile

Hear from
a professional

What do you love most about your job?

The best bit about this job is making a genuine difference. Taking a dog who is reactive and who the owners dread walking, working with them to instill calm, confident leadership and seeing that dog relax as the handler takes charge is absolutely beautiful and never gets old.

I'm passionate about keeping dogs out of shelters and off the euthanasia table, so doing anything that makes dog ownership what it's meant to be - fun, exciting and rewarding - contributes to that.

What inspired you to start your own business?

I've been self-employed since 2008 when I was made redundant. Due to childcare requirements I set up a virtual business, as I was needed at home. However, now the kids are older, I have a lot more freedome.

As a family, we have four dogs, so they've always been a massive passion of mine. After contracting Covid in late 2021 I decided to make some major changes to my life - I didn't want to be sat around behind a desk doing work that didn't inspire me or really make any differnce to anyone's life. After a lot of discussion and soul-searching, I realised that dogs should be my main focus.

Since then, I've set up The PAWSitive Woof Pack, started my dog training studies and the rest is history :)

Why should our clients choose you?

It's really important that anyone who is handing the safety of their dog over to a professional dog walker or trainer feels entirely confident and happy with the person they've chosen. That's why I think it's vital you arrange a face to face meeting with anyone you're considering hiring for the job.

Here at The PAWSitive Woof Pack we offer a completely free, no obligation meet and greet. This gives us a chance to meet you, discuss your dog's needs, and do a brief informal assessment on your dog prior to commencing work.

As to why me, specifically? Other than being dotty about dogs, I'm very knowledgable about specific breeds, learning styles, and different training methods. I'm a balanced trainer with experience of working with a variety of dogs and situations.

I also volunteer for Dogs4Rescue as a dog walker, working specifically with their more reactive dogs including previous street dogs.

Can you provide your services online or remotely? If so, please add details.

I'm happy to discuss the possibillity of online/remote sessions on a case by case basis. There are some situations that can be discussed and advised on without the need for physical intervention; however, with dog training, this can obviously difficult to achieve.

What changes have you made to keep your customers safe from Covid-19?

I am happy to accomodate client needs and will wear a face mask if required. Please just let me know.

Read More

Get quotes from Dog Trainers in Lancashire