Dog Training Skelmersdale for real world dog training, focused on achieving calm and enjoyable dogs through a balanced training approach.
I specialise in providing training to stop unwanted behaviors, build confidence, and resolve anxiety in your dog. My training focuses on teaching your dog to have an off switch, and to learn to be successful in the human world.
I address dog aggression, fearful dog behaviors, separation anxiety, as well as provide behavior modification, and dog obedience training for puppies and adult dogs. I excel in diagnosing and resolving dog reactivity, human aggression, resource guarding, leash aggression, leash reactivity, pulling on leash, jumping on people, counter surfing, stealing food, chewing and destruction, barking problems, running away, generally “selective hearing,” growling, snapping, biting, door bolting, prey drive, and rebellious puppy behaviors.
All behavior issues, and all ages welcome; the question is how much work are YOU willing to do?
Looking for dog training in Skelmersdale? Need a local Dog Behaviourist?
Dog Harmony offers hands on dog training in the Skelmersdale area to prepare your dog for the real world. In just two focused and intense training sessions starting in your home, equating to approximately 3 hours, you will have a much calmer, relaxed and content dog. You will also learn to think like a dog
In these dog training sessions, you and your dog will learn basic obedience, sit, down, stand, recall, pulling on the lead and other basic commands. We will also cover basic house manners such as jumping up, excessive barking and other non-appropriate behaviours. Your dog will learn how to socialise with other dogs, calming signals to avoid confrontational situations and also avoid your dog becoming “pack bait”.
You have a dog because it fulfils your needs, but what do you do to fulfil your dog’s needs? These dog training Skelmersdale sessions are designed for both you and your dog to have a much more fulfilling relationship, free from potential behaviour issues.
For other behaviour issues such as reacting to other dogs, pulling or you just find it a stressful experience waking your dog, you might need more than a dog trainer, please go to my behaviourist page.