At Arc Dog Rehab, we see our business as a way of life, not simply a way in which we can generate money by sharing our wisdom with others. We always do whatever we can to help those who ask for our assistance, even if they are outside our usual catchment area and we are unable to charge for our advice. Whether you are based in Sutton or at the other end of the country, we would be delighted to hear from you.

Could Our Dog Training in Sutton Help You?

If you have a pet that is misbehaving, the short answer is almost certainly yes. We have dealt with a wide variety of misbehaving dogs over the years and faced many different challenges along the way. We are pleased to say that, in all cases, we were able to help the owners that called on us in their hour of need.

The main thing to bear in mind when you are faced with an animal that seems determined to disobey you, whatever approach you take, is that anger is never the answer. If you were to study wolves in the wild, which are 99.9% the same as dogs as far as their DNA is concerned, you would see that although dominance is asserted by pack leaders all the time, it is never done in an overly aggressive manner or with any more force than is absolutely necessary.

How Understanding Wolves Helps Us

Fortunately, there is no need for you to take a sabbatical from work and spend a year studying wolves in Alaska, or anywhere you happen to fancy going. All you need to do is get in touch with the team at Arc Dog Rehab and we will use our extensive knowledge of dog psychology to rehabilitate your canine friend in no time.

Whenever we take on a new case, the first thing we do, after discussing your issues over the telephone as part of our free initial consultation, is to watch how your dog behaves in its own home. While you could bring it to us, it is more productive to hold the training sessions where your dog feels most at home and where it is causing problems with its behaviour.

By observing how your dog acts around you and your family, we may be able to pinpoint the cause of the problem behaviour almost immediately. Even if we are not so fortunate, we can start to try different techniques and, by gauging the response they elicit from your pet, begin to formulate a plan of action. This might sound like a long-winded approach but in the majority of cases it all comes together very quickly.

Taking the First Step to Rehabilitation

If you would like your dog to become a happy, friendly part of your family, don’t waste any more time thinking about it: pick up the phone and call to ask about our dog training in Sutton today.