As a professional canine training outfit, we deal with all ages and breeds, in all parts of Redhill and the surrounding area. Over the years, we have helped owners of Labradors, German Shepherds, Poodles, Staffordshire Bull Terriers, and many other breeds of dog, to tame their pets and go on to live happy, joyful lives together. We enjoy what we do very much and if there were just one thing we could change, it would be getting more dog owners to call us sooner, rather than waiting and suffering unnecessarily.
When to Take Advantage of Our Dog Training in Redhill
The best time to take advantage of our training expertise is as soon as you start to see signs of disobedience or disturbing behaviour in your pet. Whether this is in the form of excessive barking or something more physical such as biting and jumping up at people does not matter: the main thing to bear in mind is that the earlier you tackle your dog’s behavioural issues the easier it will be to deal with them. That is not to say we cannot deal with a dog that has been misbehaving for many years, merely that it is normally easier to rehabilitate an animal that has only just started to misbehave.
Why Our Methods Are the Best
There are a number of different schools of thought on canine training and not all of these schools of thought agree on which are the most effective techniques to use for the various issues that dog trainers tackle on a regular basis. The reason we think that our methods are the best is because of our basic philosophy of treating each animal as an individual: we believe that all dogs have their own unique personalities and should be treated with this in mind at all times. To learn more about how we approach the task of rehabilitating problem animals, you can take a look at our About page and the other main pages on our site.
What We Do and What We Don’t Do
We take a calm and methodical approach to the rehabilitation of the dogs that we are asked to help. We always take the feelings of the individual animal into account when using the many techniques we have perfected over the years to modify a dog’s behaviour. What we never do is to attempt to cow or frighten a dog into doing what it is told: we find it is better to lead by example than to use fear as a weapon.
How to Get Started with Your Dog’s Training
If you are interested in our dog training in Redhill, we suggest that you give us a call one evening, between 7pm and 10pm as this is when we are normally free to chat. We offer all new clients a free initial telephone consultation so this call will not cost you anything and you can ask us anything you like during the consultation.