Puppy and Dog Training in the UK

Dog training

Your dog need essential training skills to be able to be a great companion and friend to you. A rewarding part of dog ownership is successfully training your dog. Training is a superb way to bond with your dog and will help you build a good relationship with them.
These complete guides and videos can help you with the basics of how to train your dog but we also recommend additional face to face dog training classes, especially for more advanced methods such as dog clicker training.
Doggy Dan has masses of experience on behavioural issues such as excessive barking, aggression, destructiveness and phobias and if you enrol in his taster and trial classes you can gain shed loads of knowledge from him. In general, whether you have a puppy or an old dog your dog can benefit from learning some basic commands like sit, down, stay and leave.

Some dog will display pet anxiety and cbd oil can be used to alleviate anxiety symptoms whilst your training you puppy specifically. e.g. when a puppy goes out to the park for the first time it might be scared therefore consult with your vet if symptoms persist.

House Training

Potty training is all about consistency, patience, and positive reinforcement. Start with the basics:
• Supervise your dog.
• Set a routine.
• Never punish your dog for eliminating indoors.
• Reward your dog for getting it right.

What are the benefits of training your dog?

Dogs are very intelligent animals and most love to learn. Therefore, training can be a great way of stopping them from getting bored and this can be done by enrolling you and a your dog into dog training classes near you or even better subscribe for some amazing and entertaining dog training videos on youtube or get some dog agility training courses walking off the dog harness and lead.
Teaching your dog basic obedience like sit, wait and coming back when called gives them the freedom to do the things they like to do, like running off lead and coming with you to meet friends and family, while being safe and under control.