Dog training

We provide online, and in- person, dog training courses and bespoke dog and puppy training packages to increase your dog's optimism, confidence, self control and resilience. We listen to your needs and then offer a range of tried and tested fun games for you and your dog which improve a whole range of struggles your dog might be having and deepen the dog's relationship with you, or any other family member or friend. I am a trained teacher, so if you have children who would like to feel more confident  and enjoy learning how to train their dog please contact us. The emphasis is on the dog making positive choices and being rewarded for gaining confidence in it's understanding of your needs.

If your dog pulls on the lead, struggles to recall, barks inappropriately, worries about new places, things and people, struggles with travelling, novelty, bites, guards its food, is aggressive to other dogs or people or has any other struggles, then please contact us!

Brilliant Barkers' dog training:

There is an initial in - depth dog behaviour consultation for £50 and then the follow up training is £35 per session.

The Puppy Training Package is £25 per session or £100 for 4 sessions.

Puppy = 2 months - 9 months.

 

We can do live video support, FaceTime, Facebook Live, Skype, WhatApp etc and we are now running the Sexier than a squirrel 25 day challenge! Please click on this link to fill in a contact form. We can also help you to sign up for the Absolute Dogs Training Academy which is often described as the Netflix of dog training. It has hundreds of games to choose from to help turn any struggles into strengths. 

 

Fill out this form for any of our services. https://forms.gle/kCy9sdchUzVtPKeE7

The Sexier than a squirrel 25 day challenge with full support from Brilliant Barkers is £30.

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The photos below show a nervous dog learning to trust his owner through a range of games which promote closeness. He is happily rewarded for making optimistic choices to listen to his owner.

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