As a qualified dog trainer, I visit clients in the North West of England including Lancashire, Merseyside, Cheshire and Greater Manchester to provide dog training and behaviour modification for dogs with problems.
I teach bad dogs to be good dogs. More importantly, I teach stressed-out owners to be calm, yet assertive handlers and to build a great relationship with their dog. If you're reading this, it's likely your dog isn’t quite the dog you hoped for. You're dog may have dog on dog aggression, leash reactivity, pulling on the leash, separate anxiety and other unwanted behaviours which are challenging and stressful for you and you're dog.
The good news is I can help, but I need your help too. Dogs struggle without clear guidance from their owners. They thrive with structure and discipline, and they love to follow a calm, firm leader. I take a behavioural approach when working with dogs, focusing on their primal drives and instincts to help them (and you) communicate better. A dog wants to be a dog, and I will show you both how.
My training system will build a strong foundation for permanent change.Check out my reviews on Google my Business or on my website. If you are local, I offer training for life. I'm available for any ongoing support you may need, and my follow up sessions are free of charge.
With one of the highest rehabilitation success rates in the UK, I not only get the best results for your dog but I am able to break down the process so that the owner is able to maintain the progress long term.
My dog training will focus on changing the way you think around your dog and teach you how to communicate more effectively with your dog. I excel in resolving dog on dog aggression, leash reactivity, pulling, separation anxiety and other challenging and stressful behaviours. I am here to help you. Just call me as this will not cost you a penny!
The goal of my company is to have 100% percent satisfaction from my clients. I have and want to maintain a reputation as someone that gives more than what you pay for and I want to be known as someone that treats people with nothing but respect.
After Our Time Together
I would also like to say thank you. Thank you for trusting me with something so important to you and your family. Thank you for giving me the privilege and opportunity to improve your life, your dog’s life, and making your lives together what it should be. It is a responsibility that I do not take lightly. You could have chosen anyone, and you chose me. For that I am your dog trainer for the life of your dog until they cross the rainbow bridge as long as you want me in your life.
Please understand that a dog is not trained in 2 weeks. A dog is not trained in 3, 4, or 5 weeks. It takes time and consistency.
With that being said we can do amazing things in just two sessions but it is just the beginning. The foundation is laid and it is strong. We added wanted behaviours and eliminated unwanted behaviours. Most importantly the dog learned how to learn and your dog is now a clean slate ready and willing to please you if you allow it.
Moving Forward What I now need from you is this:
For best results your dog needs both mental and physical stimulation on a daily basis.
The following four steps will help you continue progress:
1) Identify and eliminate the bad habits inside the home that most likely created the behavioural issues.
2) Replace the bad habits with good habits.
3) Structure, rules, and boundaries followed consistently.
4) Positive interaction with you through play and formal obedience.
The first three take no time out of your day to implement. You are doing something any way, just do the right things now. You’re always training whether you know it or not. The dog knows it.
Number 4 takes very little time. Couple of minutes a couple of times a day goes a long way.
Real results equal 10% trainer 90% owner. It is up to me to provide you with the education, information, and opportunity.
Keep it simple.
There must be consequences for doing right and there must be consequences for doing wrong.
Reward good behaviour whether you ask for it or not.
Correct unwanted behaviour quickly. If you do not correct unwanted behaviour you are rewarding it.
Continue to master and work on the basics.
Come, sit, down, place, out and leave it.
Practice on leash, off leash, with food, without food, with toys, without Toys, with rewards, without rewards, with tools, without tools
Practice in the Intermittent phase as long as needed when using tools
Continue to work on adding duration of commands, continue to work on Adding distance to commands, continue on adding distractions to training
Practice everywhere, strive to achieve advanced obedience which is simply Mastery of the basics under all conditions
Strive for daily structured walks
No smelling, peeing or pooping unless given release command, dog must be At your side or slightly behind, change speeds, normal speed, fast pace, very Slow, at least until walk is mastered
Long line and dog can move about freely, practice recall and all other basic Commands on the free walk, implement play on the free walk, mix it up, Free walk, structured walk, obedience and play is a tremendous training Session
Teach your dog something new, even if you think it’s useless. Utilize Food luring and marking to do so. Take your time and you’ll see you both Grow as a team
BE A LEADER NOT A DICTATOR, BE FIRM BUT NOT ANGRY, BE FAIR AND CONSISTENT
A TOOL WILL NEVER BRING OUT THE BEST IN A DOG BUT A TOOL CAN BRING OUT THE BEST IN YOUR TRAINING, AND THE WORST
I don’t need perfection in the positions, I need perfection in the attitude
Most of all enjoy the process and the time that you have together. It goes fast and they are not with us long enough.
Thank you once again for taken the time to read my website.