Relaxed Greyhound

Reiney (Victoria Wilson, 2021)

Personal consultations consider your dog’s particular breed, age and situation and are intended to train you in how to understand and help your dog, using modern training techniques. If you are not within our service area, How to Train a Dog will refer you to a qualified trainer in your area.

Recommended for the “time poor”, How to Train a Dog assesses your training needs and determines the most appropriate skills to help in your situation.
How To Train a Dog will work hand in hand with your vet or veterinary behaviourist OR we will recommend a suitable specialist if needed.

As a qualified dog behaviour consultant How to Train a Dog is committed to ethical, effective, modern science-based methods. Fun for you and your dog.
Training techniques are kept current by attending annual conferences and workshops.

Common canine concerns:

• over-excitement
• destructive behaviour
• anxiety/fear
• separation anxiety/difficulties being home alone
• aggression
• nuisance barking
• resource guarding
• arrival of a new baby or puppy
• two dogs in the home
• newly adopted dog
• coming when called
• toilet training
• jumping
• pulling on lead
• basic training
• can’t decide what dog breed is best for you
• wanting to pass Therapy Dog assessment
• Training for MindDog assessment

Training Sessions
1-1.5 hours
Includes personalised training plan and email follow up.
Please contact us for more information regarding training sessions.

General training areas include Southern, Northern suburbs and inner city:
Abbotsford, Albert Park, Armadale, Balaclava, Beacon Cove, Brighton, Burnley, Carlton, Caulfield, CBD, Collingwood, Cremorne, East Melbourne,
Elsternwick, Elwood, Fairfield, Fitzroy, Glen Huntly, Hawthorn, Kew, Malvern, Middle Park, Northcote, North Melbourne, Parkville, Port Melbourne, Prahran,
Richmond, Ripponlea, Southbank, South Melbourne, South Yarra, St Kilda, Thornbury, Toorak, West Melbourne, Windsor.