Dog Training conjures the idea of regimented lines full of owners and dogs stood to attention, and a dog trainer behaving in the manner of a drill sergeant as he or she barks out orders to both master and hound. Sit, heel, and fetch are fundamentally easy skills to master, and are generally taught in conventional dog training. Of course, your dog learning to understand commands in regular dog training doesn’t exactly mean that he or she will obey them.
Behavioural issues are far more difficult to treat- and a month or two of being plied with treats and being taught to sit, heel, and fetch is one thing – but sitting, heeling and fetching will not actually remove the underlying issues which are the reason why your dog chooses not to listen to you. (Especially in the day to day when you don’t have treats lying around to bribe your dog with, or when you’re trying to stop negative behaviour.)
Conventional dog training is arduous, and requires a lot of trust in your dog to even attend. It seems more a chore than a good experience to think of the act of spending so much time with other dogs – especially when your dog has behavioural issues which may mean that your dog simply cannot be trusted around others.
There is an alternative.
Kelford Dog Training is a high end dog training school which is nestled in the heartlands of beautiful Wales.
At Kelford, you’ll be pampered with the experience of an excellent quality break in the country, in a high-end and well and truly secure location alongside your dog. Kelford pride themselves on their discretion, allowing you and your dog to enjoy each others company without any distractions or bothers ruining the experience.
At this location, you’ll be well looked after as you and your dog begin the journey of understanding each other, and positive change is made so the both of you can positively influence each other’s lives, rather than being an irritation to each other. There’s no early mornings. There’s no fear that the method doesn’t suit the problem, and there’s absolutely no feeling of frustration or annoyance.
At Kelford, you can experience one on one training from a professional canine behaviourist, which is tailored to you and your dog. The fact that you get a luxury break alongside it is the icing on the cake!
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