It’s always ideal to start obedience training as a puppy, but we understand that this isn’t always possible. Sometimes it’s not obvious that your dog requires training until they start showing signs that they aren’t exactly behaving as you want … Continue reading →
Owning a dog is an incredibly rewarding experience – but if your dog isn’t properly trained, you may not be getting as much from them as you could. While a well-trained dog is a joy to be around, a badly … Continue reading →
It has been the favourite past time of many dogs and a crucial role in creating a bond of trust between animals and owners for many years, but is playing fetch with a stick putting your dog at serious risk … Continue reading →
The recent BBC series the Wonder of Dogs was amazing wasn’t it? Or at least we think so here at Dog School, but we love all things cute and canine. We learnt how different dog breeds evolved. We learnt the … Continue reading →
There are a number of potentially great protection dogs out there. Everyone, in the UK, will be well familiar with the Rottweiler, Staffordshire Bull Terrier and Doberman breeds. However, there are a number of less-familiar dogs, of overseas origins, that … Continue reading →
The importance of training your dog properly can never be underestimated. Although it may seem like a lot of hard work, and at times a very frustrating process, in the long run the time you invest in your puppy will … Continue reading →
Aggressive behaviour from your dog can be extremely problematic for you, your family and your pet. When a dog behaves aggressively, it is highly intimidating to other dogs and sometimes even people and signs are easy to spot. They include:
The phrase ‘You can’t teach an old dog new tricks’ has stuck around because it is memorable and useful rather than because it is true. Here at dogschool, we are fully confident in our ability to train, help and teach … Continue reading →
Little or large, all dogs have their own character it just needs a bit of stimulation to bring it out. We at the Dog School treat each dog individually. Some take to training better than others, and whilst some need … Continue reading →
When it comes to how dogs behave, it’s important to first look at what motivates them. If you can understand why they do what they do, you can take steps to prevent or correct bad behaviour. If your dog is acting … Continue reading →
"I recently asked Dog School to help train my new puppy which was completely untrained. After the training she is now far better behaved and most importantly house trained! Would recommend to others."
We have now moved to our new training premises at the Riverside Animal Centre Beddington Park. Indoor and outdoor facilities for agility and obedience.