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Does Your Dog Need Private Training?

Is your dog aggressive and unwilling to be handled? Does your pup growl at you and disobey any commands? If so, you should consider investing in private dog training lessons.

Perfect for the anxious or timid dogs who doesn’t get on with others, one to one sessions will build your dog’s confidence at their own pace and you will soon see a huge difference in your dog. Who says you can’t teach an old dog new tricks?


Rescue Dogs

Training rescue dogs can be difficult, as previous owners may have never bothered with training or correcting bad habits, or sadly, some of the dogs may have sometimes suffered abuse at the hands of people they once trusted.

This produces a nervous and untrusting dog, and it can take a lot of work to get them trained to the standard of a loving and trusting family pet. A private lesson is perfect for a rescue dog as they will learn without the pressure and distraction of having other dogs around, making the process of transforming your rescue dog much quicker and more effective.

First Time Dog Owners

Getting a dog is one of the biggest decisions you can make in your life. For first time dog owners, it’s a nerve-wracking process choosing your new pet and getting them settled – you’ve never done it before.

Group training sessions can be intimidating for both you and your new pooch, so why not invest in some one on one training? Both you and your dog will be much more relaxed without the pressure of other people or animals at the session, enabling you both to bond quickly and get your dog obeying commands quickly.

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It also gives you the opportunity to ask anything you like – especially if you feel embarrassed to ask things you feel like you should know!

Your dog deserves the best and CK9 Training can provide that. Our trainers have years of experience and are happy to deal with any dog, no matter how nervous. For more information and to book a private lesson contact us today and we’ll have your pooch sitting on command, quickly and safely.