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 →
Christmas is an exciting time – not just for you and your family, but for your dog too! If you look over to their basket now you’ll see their noses twitching as they sleep, dreaming of all that wrapping paper … Continue reading →
There can be nothing more upsetting than watching your pride and joy pooch’s behaviour spiral out of control and with many people in the UK calling for tougher dog restrictions, it’s important to work hard on having a good relationship … Continue reading →
A dog is a man’s best friend – especially when the man in question is patrolling a secure area on a dark, wet winter’s night. In this blog, Dog School Ltd presents a quick list of seven reasons … Continue reading →
Agility classes are gaining more and more popularity in the UK. Previously misrepresented as a sport only for Border Collies, people are starting to realise that dogs of all breeds, shapes and sizes can take part in this hugely addictive … Continue reading →
One of the most crucial things you can do for your dog when you are training is to ‘socialise’ him. This basically means that you will teach him to interact with other dogs as well as other animals and people. … Continue reading →
Dog training can be a frustrating and difficult process for all involved. A technique which is quickly gaining popularity is clicker training. It is still a comparatively new tool for training your dog, but in recent years it has become … 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.