Alpha Dog Training School is the perfect place for owners who want to improve their dog’s lives.
Dog training is a lot of work. It takes patience, consistency, and lots of practice. But once you get it down, you’ll never look back!
There are many different types of dog training techniques, but most of them boil down to three basic principles: consistency, reward, and punishment.
There’s nothing worse than having a dog who doesn’t listen to you.
Whether you’re trying to teach your dog to stop barking, obey commands, or learn new tricks, you need to understand how dogs learn.
I’ve spent years studying dog behavior and learning from the best trainers around the world.
I offer a wide range of services, all designed to have a positive effect on you and your dog’s relationship.
Our trainers are experienced and knowledgeable, and they will work with you to help your dog learn new behaviors and overcome any issues that may be causing problems in your relationship.
Contact us today to find out more about our services or schedule a free consultation!
Alpha Dog Training School Review
This is what our customers say about us…
“Thought you’d like to know Czech, who used to bark and lunge at everyone and was generally horrid to be with in public, has just been praised as the calmest, most politely behaved dog in the pub on holiday! How many thank yous are there in the world? You can have them all!”T.Bibby
“Thank you for recommending we do agility – my selectively deaf monster now listens. And we have lots of positive fun!”Tamara
“As first time dog owners we needed a lot of hand holding.The puppy home visit was invaluable. Once we started attending group classes our very nervous puppy started to become much more confident around people and other dogs which was great to see.”Laura
“We started at Alpha when my chocolate Lab was 14 weeks old, she is now 7 and absolutely loves going to “classes” when she has the opportunity, not only to learn but to socialise with other dogs and the trainers!”Carol Prudence
“Moyna and I have been attending Alpha training classes since she was 5 months old, she is now 8 years old and the fact that we have attended for so long speaks volumes. The training has been an enjoyable experience for both of us. We have a very good relationship thanks to all the trainers at Alpha. My German Shepherd has become a happy, well socialised dog and as an owner I now have a much greater understanding of my dogs behaviour.”Peter Caskey
“The most professionally run dog training centre we have encountered. Both dogs & owners get so much out of it ,the classes are always fun & challenging.”Joy Ellis
“All the Alpha team are great – really easy to talk to , very knowledgeable and give good advice. Steve is ever so slighly mad- but in the nicest possible way”Sue & Richard Bodek
“I love every session, it has increased my confidence with dogs, and I have made loads of new mates! “Jonathan C.
I know that dog training can seem like a daunting task, especially if you’ve never done it before. But it doesn’t have to be hard!
In fact, it can actually be quite simple if you follow these steps.
First, you’ll want to make sure that you’re doing it right.
This means learning from a reputable trainer who has years of experience under their belt.
Then, you’ll want to spend some time observing the dogs around you. Pay attention to what they do, how they act, and how they react to each other.
Once you’ve got a good idea of what you’re dealing with, you can start working on building a solid foundation.
Once you’ve got that base covered, you can move on to teaching your dog new tricks.
Start small and build slowly, and you’ll be amazed at how quickly your dog will pick up on the commands you teach him.
Soon, he’ll be able to perform all sorts of amazing feats, including sitting, staying, coming, rolling over, and jumping through hoops.
Of course, there’s no reason why you can’t keep practicing your dog’s obedience throughout his entire lifetime.
So, if you’d like to continue improving your relationship with your pet, check out our website today!
Finally, don’t expect perfection from your dog.
He’s going to mess up sometimes, and that’s okay. Just keep working with him until he learns what you want.