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DO you have a PROBLEM with your DOGS 

BEHAVIOUR

Pulling on the Lead, Nipping, Barking, Mounting

Peeing in Your Home, Pinching, Digging

Chewing, Growling, Licking, Jumping Up

Chasing Moving Objects.....to name just a few

OR is your dog scared of your Vet,

hates the car, fearful of the hoover, over excited,

reactive to people or other dogs,

food or toy guarding,

won't come back when called,

destroys the house when left alone,

the list is endless......

Maybe we can help to teach you why your dog does these things and how to stop them happening, redirect them or in the case of peeing how to teach a dog where his toilet is and even to perform to a command.

Untrained dogs that bark, jump up at visitors, disappear on a walk are

NO fun to be around and can be an embarrassment, however having a obedient, well mannered friendly dog will enrich your life. 

So don't give up start teaching your dog, don't just expect

him to behave or understand you.

Good dog behaviour is achievable for all dogs young and old.

NEW DOG LAW

May 2014

Are you aware of the new changes to the 

LAW regarding pet DOGS?

New changes made to the UK's Dangerous Dogs Act could have far-reaching consequences for dogs and their owners. The law has previously made owners liable for dogs that are "dangerously out of control" on public property, but now the law will apply to dogs on private property as well. The law was changed in order to protect postmen, but it applies to anyone visiting a person's home that has a dog.

While the law was designed to encourage owners to have better control over their dogs both in public and in their own homes, it has the potential to create trouble for even the most responsible dog owner.

The new changes state that a dog does not actually have to be bite in order to be considered dangerous. A person would only have to feel that the dog may injure them. That means that if a dog were to jump up on or bark at a person in excitement, and that person interpreted those actions as aggressive, the dog could be deemed aggressive and the owner fined or arrested and in some cases the dog removed.

Under the new rules, allowing a dog to injure a person carries a potential sentence of up to five years in jail, a crime that previously carried only a two-year maximum penalty.

The National Animal Welfare Trust encourages owners to be vigilant about their dog's greeting behavior at the door, and to manage their dog at all times when anyone comes to the door. For some owners, this may mean hiring a trainer to help with their dog's behaviour, or simply putting the dog away when visitors come.

How Dogs Learn

Its simple, if it gets REWARDED it gets REPEATED

So what's rewarding to your dog:

Our Attention: Touching, Frowning, Scolding, Eye Contact

or Speaking in a Positive or Negative Tone

Food, Access to other Dogs, Games, Sniffing Lamp Posts

Lead Pulling (gets the dog what he wants - FASTER)

and much much more ...........

All you need to do is work out what your dog really wants

and only give this to him for good behaviour.

"I came back but couldn't find the snow ball, please throw another!"

Lollypop 2003 - 2013 My Teacher

If you have any comments or questions,

please feel free to contact Lisa on

07967 640533

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