The welfare, well-being and health of all dogs residing with Pets Training and Boarding are of the highest importance. To ensure dogs are safe, in every situation, all employees are thoroughly trained in dog behaviour, management and basic first aid.
A qualified veterinarian is also on call 24 hours a day, seven days a week. If your pet does become ill during their stay, a veterinarian will be on site immediately.
Pets Training and Boarding is also happy to take calls from clients who may be missing their pets during their stay to update them of their progress. As dog lovers and owners themselves, the team understands the bond you share with your beloved companion.
Pets Training and Boarding can also administer routine medication to your pet during their stay.
EXPERT DOG TRAINERS
Want expert dog training help but don’t know where to look? How can you choose the right dog trainer for your pet? Pets Training & Boarding takes a look at the different types of training and how to choose the best fit for you.
From basic obedience to advanced dog training and specialty training such as guarding and security work. The list is almost endless for the range of training options available to the modern-day pet owner.
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What to Expect from Dog Training Sessions
When it comes to dog obedience training it’s important to ask yourself, as a pet owner, what exactly do you want from your training sessions?
- Basic obedience – “I’m looking for my dog to learn the basics. Come, sit, stay, down, give, wait, and walk on the leash nicely”.
Group sessions are great for allowing your dog to work alongside distractions while also offering socialisation.
- Advanced Obedience – “My dog already knows the basics and I’m looking to continue their knowledge and language we share.”
This can include; off-leash training, training with hand commands, distance training, refusing food from strangers.
- Problem Solving Training – “My dog has a problem with aggression, jumping, digging, destructive behaviour, barking, leash walking, inter-dog aggression (etc) and I would like some advanced help to solve the problem.”
This is when one-on-one will benefit your pet hugely in terms of what training is needed to understand and control the problem behaviour. You will work alongside a professional trainer to help you understand the issue.
- Guard Dog Training – “I want my dog to learn to work security or guard my property.” This is specialised training and will need to be evaluated by a professional guard dog trainer.
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Meet Tania White, our Head/Senior Trainer
Tania White, Head/Senior Trainer Guard Dog Training Centre
- How long have you been a dog trainer?
- What attracted you to becoming an expert dog handler?
“Training my own dogs to a high standard”
- What is the best part about being a dog trainer?
“The end results and having a happy client on the receiving end.”
- What advice would you give someone who is having trouble with their dog?
“Seek professional advice ASAP.”
- What are some of your stand-out memories about dog training?
“Outside of training puppies and Obedience training, I have had the pleasure of training show line dogs. There was a case where I had two show case dogs who couldn’t enter the ring due to aggression problems with other dogs. With a few weeks of training I was able to socialise the dogs and they went on to champion levels to win.”
- What is the biggest misconception about dog training?
“Owners and families not selecting the right breed for their lifestyle”
- What makes a good trainer?
“Patience, passionate and level-headed person.”