If you live north of the Thames and need assistance with training your dog, below we’ve featured 10 of the best dog trainers in North London.
Located in North London, near Hampstead Heath, The London Dog Trainer offers exceptional one-on-one dog training services. Dean, the trainer, is a member, instructor, and exam assessor for the Institute of Modern Dog Trainers. Dean has many years of experience in training and has worked all over the world with dogs of all ages and breeds. Dean provides home visits, consultations, and training.
The London Dog Trainer provides simple solutions through proven dog training methods that achieve optimal behavior. A one-on-one session with Dean takes care of barking, general obedience, chewing, jumping, toilet training, and much more. Each session is tailored to the needs of the client’s dog.
Get in touch with The London Dog Trainer here with any questions or requests.
Located in Finsbury Park, Alpha Dog Training has provided behavioral training for dogs and owners since 1994. The company trains dogs of all ages and types. Alpha Dog Training has various instructors who are well-trained and experienced in training and behavioral management.
Alpha Dog Training offers group sessions, puppy sessions, agility sessions, special workshops, and one-on-one training sessions by appointment. A group session costs £40 for the first six sessions and is only £2.50 per session beyond that.
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Operating in North London, Luke’s Dog School offers various classes and training sessions to clients. Luke himself is a member of the IMDT and operates according to their code of ethics. Luke and his company are fully insured, and he is first aid certified.
Luke’s Dog School offers adult/rescue dog training that helps with pulling, jumping, chewing, attentiveness, and much more. Luke also provides puppy training sessions for toilet training, chewing, handling, socialization, and further basic training.
Get in touch with Luke’s Dog School here with any questions.
Roland Ward, a professional dog trainer and behaviorist, owns and operates the London Dog Training Centre. Based in Southgate, the London dog Training Centre helps manage dog’s temperaments and fix anti-social dog behavior. Roland utilizes silent training to train dogs before bringing in verbal commands.
The London Dog Training Centre has a large hall, puppy area, and a large field ideal for dogs to undergo training. Clients can obtain private lessons or join classes. Each session is a fun-based training session, perfect for dogs.
Get in touch with the London Dog Training Centre here with any questions.
Roland Reho owns and operates H&H Dog Training out of his North London location. Roland has over 15 years of experience in training and handling dogs. Roland is a member of the Institute of Modern Dog Trainers and has trained for search & rescue, obedience, tracking, and agility.
Roland handles each 1-2-1 and residential training that H& H Dog Training offers. Beyond those two sessions, H&H also offers puppy training sessions. A puppy lesion starts at £150 for 2.5 hours, and a 1-2-1 lesson is £80 for 90 minutes.
Contact H&H Dog Training here with any questions.
Directed and run by Jane Robinson, Dog on the Hill is a dog training and behavior therapy company operating in North London. Jane is the current Vice Chairperson and member of the Association of Pet Dog Trainers, giving her distinction in her knowledge and teaching skills. Jane continually advances her knowledge through seminars, workshops, and conferences from industry leaders all over the world.
Dog on the Hill offers dog training for all dogs that helps with chewing, mouthing, jumping, toilet training, and general obedience. The company also offers puppy training to help with housetraining, biting, chewing, recall, walking on a lead, and general good behavior.
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Located in Enfield, Muddy Mutleys is a dog trainer offering various services. The owner, Clare, has various accreditations to her name such as Real Dog Yoga instructor, DogFit Canicross instructor, and Scentwork UK Instructor. Clare also has a level 5 diploma in behavior, analysis, and application for canines.
Muddy Mutleys offers home visit sessions, 121 sessions, and online training support. All in-person sessions are guaranteed to be safe, effective, and rewarding.
Contact Muddy Mutleys here with any questions.
Euphame McDonald owns and operates Woofridges out of her North London base. Euhpame is a passionate dog trainer who users her 10 plus years of experience to coach individuals in guiding their dogs to proper behavior.
Woofridges offers a reward-based teaching method that is optimal for the dog’s improvement. Euphame can provide quick, 30-minute online coaching sessions or in-person, 1-hour long training sessions. An hour of training costs £50.
Located in Finchley, Barnet & District Dog Training Club is owned and operated by Kevin McNicholas and Shirley Paine. The two have been training dogs for more than 35 years. Both trainers use a hands-on method with positive reinforcement to ensure dogs enjoy the training and build up their relationship with their owner.
Barnet & District Dog Training Club offers a course of four lessons, each 60 minutes long, over four weeks. The courses help individuals learn basic controls and how to instill good behavior.
Get in touch with Barnet & District Dog Training Club here.
10. Dog Walkers N8
Based in Hornsey, Dog Walkers N8 is a dog trainer with proven methods. Dog Walkers N8 offers effective dog training no matter the age, breed, or current behavior of the dog. The company and dog trainers offer an experience that is fun, compassionate, and long-lasting.
Dog Walkers N8 offers puppy training, basic training, and two levels of training packages. Clients can choose group training for socialization or one-on-one sessions for quick results. One training session starts at £78, and a puppy package costs £156.
Contact Dog Walkers N8 here with any questions or requests.
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