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This is a UNIQUE & INNOVATIVE REWARDS BASED COMMUNUCATION method
Elite 1:1 Sessions Face to Face or Online Training & Behaviour Services for DOGS & CATS
Training and understanding behaviour should always go together.
You will learn really interesting concepts around how your dog or cat thinks and why they behave in the way they do in a format made simple and easy to master.
Paula’s training technique is brilliant. She taught me a simple way to communicate with my dog. When we first started Coco was struggling with separation anxiety, was waking up in the middle of the night. After our training sessions Coco has become a more confident puppy. Paula’s tips are very practical, she makes sure that you go through it with her as many times as you need it until it becomes intuitive. I’d highly recommend Paula to any pet parent.
Bark & Birch
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Excellent service from the moment I spoke with Paul to discuss the issues we had with Roxy who is our Cavalier Kings Charles to the communication while she was in boarding and the handover/post-boarding support. Roxy has gone from reacting/lunging to dogs while a leash and zero off-leash obedience to now being a lot more obedient, no reacting and a pleasure to walk. Bark & Birch has given us a lot more confidence and the tools to keep working with Roxy. Highly recommended.
Be More Dog
I will solve any behavioural problems your dog might have , including excessive barking, aggression, separation anxiety, fear, pulling on the lead, obsessions, food/toy guarding, poo eating, recall, or any other unwanted behaviour.
I offer one to one sessions in your home, and/or local park.
I only promote the use of positive reinforcement with no punishment in my training.
Totally knows what she is doing, coming out of lockdown Benji was snapping at other dogs totally stressful.
With in 2 hours we was reunited into calm and happy doggie and owner.
Total life saver.
It was me that got trained not the dog.
We are so happy now
Thanks so much.
This lady can manage any dog situation and is always in control as will you be after seeing her.
Best money I have spent to date
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Dogs in the capital
You only need to pay a visit to Battersea Dogs and Cats home to see for yourself how much love for dogs there is in this city. The compassion and dedication shown by Battersea’s staff and the joy that their animals bring to the public inspires dog lovers across the capital and beyond. In fact, people travel from other parts of the UK to show their support or to adopt dogs from Battersea. We’re a city of dog enthusiasts, but sometimes we need a little helping hand with training our pups.
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The more information you provide on what you’re looking for, the better placed you are to find relevant quotes. Before you create your Bark, ask yourself what kind of activities you would like to take part in with your dog. Some people are looking for gun dog training, some want to train an agility dog and others simply need help training a challenging dog. As with jobs, hobbies and tourist attractions, London has more to offer than other parts of the UK. The same goes for dog training courses, dog shows and competitions, as well as dog meetup groups.
Dog Training in London
There are dog training groups, courses, classes and private lessons available across London. Many Londoners balance dog ownership with demanding jobs. So training a dog that can be left with dog-sitters, behaves for their dog walker and happily travels by train with them is a priority. It also makes weekends and holidays spent with their dogs away from the city far more enjoyable. After all, that’s why most people get a dog – for companionship and a furry friend to get outside in green spaces with.
I provide expert and friendly training services to dogs across London. Whether you have a new puppy in the family, or need help with behavioural issues for an older dog, I can help.
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When did you decide to become a Dog Trainer?
As an animal lover, I’ve always loved spending time with our family dogs and I knew that my dream job would involve animals. I first wanted to be a dog trainer after watching a documentary on training starring Cesar Millan when I was a teenager. I’d grown up with dogs and found Cesar so inspiring.
Which disciplines do you have experience with?
I have a lot of experience in obedience training and I occasionally bring my client’s dogs to my home in London for residential dog training. Some owners feel guilty sending their dog away to my ‘doggy boot camp’ but these intense training courses are great because I can ensure consistency throughout. Plus, I ensure they are highly enjoyable for the pups too. It’s the best option for both owner and dog in the long run. I’ve also recently taken a course in gun dog training which I really enjoyed so I’m looking to take on clients with gun dogs-to-be. My favourite discipline has to be agility – I’ve been taking part in competitions with my own two dogs since I was 18.
What is the most important aspect of Dog Training?
Definitely the same aspect that makes residential training so successful: consistency. Often clients come to me saying ‘I don’t know why he keeps doing this! How can I stop him?’ The reality is that unless your dog knows which behaviours make you cross, they have no reason to stop. Dogs want to be obedient to their masters but the only way we can teach them how to do so is through association. This is how a dog learns – they don’t understand exceptions. Rules like ‘you can go on this sofa but not this one’ or ‘you can come upstairs when my partner is away’ simply will not fly!