Dog training has progressed and evolved over many decades but never more so than in the last ten years or so.
Science has taught us how dogs (and people) learn but as research and technology develops we are able to understand more about how a dog’s brain functions and how it responds emotionally to different stimuli.
This information can help forward thinking instructors develop more effective training techniques that are enjoyable for both dog and handler and are adaptable for different personalities and temperaments.
Training is evolutionary and one size does not fit all.
By taking a holistic approach to each dog and handler combination, relevant training exercises are designed using a positive, force-free approach resulting in personalised physical and mental routines to suit your training goals.