Are you looking for dog training classes in Glasgow, Scotland?
Below are 6 top providers.
Sometimes owners don’t have the time or qualifications to provide their dogs with the best possible training. Instead of home schooling with no visible results, why not send them to the Wizard of Paws Training School? Based in Pollokshaws, it’s a multi-service facility, where your pooch will receive great treatments and behavioural lessons. Starting with the most significant step in your dog’s education – the puppy training! The certified dog trainers will lay the groundwork for you in as little as 5 weeks, teaching your pooch basic skills and commands, and helping them interact with other pups better. Next schooling levels, Novice and Intermediate, will allow your dog to progress, feel challenged and stay happy.
If you feel like your dog has needs that require one-on-one training, you can book them in for individual training. For issues such as aggression or anxiety, Wizard of Paws offers professional behavioural sessions in a calm, friendly atmosphere.
Contact the training centre directly at email@example.com to receive information regarding pricing, available start dates and preparations that need to be made beforehand.
You worry dog training classes might be too strict or stressful for your pet, or even cruel as you may have heard from some horrible stories? Then you have to pay the Bearsden Dog Training Club a visit! Their values include learning through fun and harmless practices, as well as keeping the behavioural training regular – both at the club and later at home – for achieving best possible results. There are a lot of aspects of raising a dog, where you may not even notice you’re making mistakes. That’s what training classes aim to fix! Problems such as lead pulling, poor reaction and no social skills are what the staff of the Bearsden facility deal with on a daily basis, and they will be happy to assist you and your dog while creating a better bond between yourselves.
The venue is located in Milngavie and classes have different running times depending on the advancement level. The 5-week Puppy Course starts every month but book well in advance!
Prior requirements: All dogs need to be 20 weeks or older to be accepted to the training program. Full inoculation and kennel cough vaccination are necessary also.
Set up by an expert dog behaviourist, The Pet Behaviour Centre in Cambuslang is open to anyone experiencing issues with their pet companion or simply wanting to learn more about animal nature. Similarly to other centres, this facility also offers the puppy-to-advanced training model to help build a better and more understanding relationship between the owner and their pet from the very beginning. Private help and rehabilitation for aggressive dogs are also available upon special request.
The 6-week training classes cost £90, with the first level dedicated to pups under 20 weeks. Spaces fill up quickly, so make sure you book as soon as possible. For the full list of services with pricing click here.
Call the centre at 0141 646 5858 to ask about details and requirements.
Dog training can bring a lot of joy to both dogs and dog owners. Busy Bee owner Jill recognises that by using innovative methods, such as treats different than food, but most of all by training not just dogs, but also their owners. The animal behaviour specialist will guide you towards things like positive use of commands and fully harm-free training. Busy Bee provides a safe space and a testing ground, where your needs (as well as those of your dog of course) will be catered for. The classes and solutions available can be tailored to even the biggest workaholics, to help them make time for some precious pup bonding.
If you’re a new puppy owner, you can start with a welcome consultation pack (£60) and then move on to one of the puppy packages. The full price list is available online.
Contact the trainer Jill at firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more.
Getting your dog to listen and learn is all about good communication and trust – if you don’t establish that early on, it only gets harder as the dog grows and picks up habits that aren’t necessarily good. John McGuigan has been working with dogs and their owners for more than 10 years and is committed to providing them with great education, while fixing mistakes and issues that may have occurred in their bond previously. As oppose to working in bigger groups, where some dogs may get spooked, with John’s calm, individual training classes you can also expect to see results quicker. For more socialisation, there are some specialised weekend courses available too – find out what’s coming up soon here.
There’s also a contact form available, where you can describe the issues you’re having with your dog in detail. John will get back to you directly at his earliest convenience.
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