Remote Dog Training
We would love to come and meet you and your dog in person, but that is not always possible. Our dog trainers and behaviour experts are passionate about offering their services to all dog owners up and down the UK and our virtual dog training allows us to reach dog owners who live in a postcode area where we do not have a trainer to visit your home.
Remote dog training can also be an effective tool for dogs who may be dealing with more severe behaviour problems and are uncomfortable with us entering their home. Whatever the situation, we would like to offer our support.
How We Can Help You
Our training leverages how dogs naturally communicate, using voice tone and body language and we help dog owners translate their behaviour expectations into a language their dog can understand. Working together, virtually, our online dog training programmes can cover:
- Puppy training
- General training and obedience
- Helping a new rescue dog settle into their new home
- Behaviour problems, including:
- Separation anxiety
- Aggression, towards both dogs, animals and people
- Excessive barking
- Pulling on the lead
- Recall, not coming back when called
- Obsessive-compulsive disorders
and much more…
Our Virtual Training Lessons
Our dog training lessons are tailored to meet the unique problems you are experiencing within your household. Using our video-sharing tools, we get to know both you and your dog and learn about your environment. We also spend time talking about your behaviour expectations before demonstrating techniques and developing a training plan.
Our Training Methods
Our method respects that whilst canines are domesticated, they are still pack animals and interact differently from humans. Dogs connect with their family members using body language and verbal communication and our approach also recognises the power that positive reinforcement can have in forming lasting bonds and building trust between you and your dog.
Using our video and screen sharing tools, we’ll show you how to strengthen your leadership role and help you communicate with your dog in a way that is natural to them. You will also learn to pick up on their subtle signals so that you can form a stronger bond.