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Dog Running
Behaviour & Training

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Force-free dog training is a humane and organic approach that relies on rewards such as treats, toys, praise, and affection, allowing the dog to make choices that result in positive outcomes. Force-free training is an effective, humane, and enjoyable approach to training that can benefit dogs of all ages, breeds, and backgrounds. We are here to help with issues such as:

  • Aggression - helping dogs overcome fear, anxiety, and aggressive behaviour towards other dogs, animals, or humans.

  • Separation anxiety - helping dogs cope with being alone.

  • Fear and anxiety - helping dogs overcome fears and phobias, such as fear of loud noises, strangers, or certain environments.

  • Unwanted behaviours - helping dogs overcome undesirable behaviours such as excessive barking, jumping, digging, or chewing.

  • Training for specific tasks - helping dogs learn new behaviours and skills.

  • Introducing new pets - helping dogs adjust to living with new pets and preventing conflicts between them.

  • Leash reactivity - helping dogs learn to walk calmly on a leash and avoid reactive behaviour towards other dogs or animals.

  • Resource guarding - helping dogs learn to share resources such as food, toys, or attention.

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