Every dog trainer believes they are good at what they do. If they didn’t, they would pack up and do something else for a living. However, we are so convinced of our ability to rehabilitate any domestic dog with behavioural issues that we offer free consultations to all our new customers.

If you are living in Teddington or nearby and you would like to find out what we can do for you, just call and ask. If, after listening to our professional advice, you don’t like the sound of what we have to offer, you are under absolutely no obligation to use our services.

How Can We Make Such an Offer to People Interested in Dog Training in Teddington?

Many people are surprised that we haven’t gone out of business already, with our offer of a free consultation for all new customers. They believe that we must spend so much of our time helping people who have absolutely no intention of paying for our services that we barely have enough left over to help paying customers. However, this could not be further from the truth.

The vast majority of dog owners who take the trouble to call for advice are very serious about getting the help that their dog needs and, once they have listened to what we have to say, they quickly realise that we are the real deal. We don’t charge exorbitant fees, we never pressure people into signing up for training sessions if they are not keen, and we really are very good at what we do! This last fact alone helps us to get a lot of business through word of mouth recommendations.

Could We Work Our Magic on Your Dog?

Without talking to you about the problems you are experiencing, it would be irresponsible of us to answer in the affirmative but in all likelihood the answer will in fact be yes. We have successfully dealt with many different canine behavioural issues over the years, a few of which we have listed below:

  1. Chewing – Many puppies go through a stage of chewing anything and everything they can get their paws on but some dogs never stop. We have helped many owners, and their dogs, to successfully overcome this problem.
  2. Submissive Urination – This is due to intimidation and can be tackled effectively with our rehabilitation methods.
  3. Aggression Towards Other Dogs – Another common problem that we are able to deal with in a relatively short space of time in most cases.
  4. Licking Everybody and Everything – Excessive licking is normally due to anxiety but it is best to have your dog checked over by a vet first, if the behaviour is extremely bad, as in some cases it can be due to a neurological illness. If this is not the case, we can normally cure such behaviour with anti-anxiety therapy.

Please don’t spend another moment worrying about your pet’s behaviour: call to find out more about our dog training in Teddington right now!

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