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Residential Dog Training UK Wide Service

About Residential Dog Training

Read all about our Residential Dog Training (including UK pick up and drop off service)

Our Residential dog training, also known as board and train or doggy boot camp, is a type of training where a dog is sent to live at our training centre on our farm for an extended period, typically ranging from a few weeks to several months. During this time, we work with the dog on various behaviours and skills, such as obedience, socialisation, and problem-solving.

Residential is an excellent option for pet owners who may need more time or experience to train their dogs or have tried other methods without success.

During the training, we video the training and send it to you via WhatsApp so you can see your dog’s progress (and the bad bits as well). We see so much more from the videos. It gives you and us time to study your dog.

We are now approached by more and more customers wanting their dogs trained in this way for general obedience training or problems like aggression.

Upon completion of the residential training program, the dog returns to their owner, and the trainer provides ongoing support to ensure continued success in maintaining the desired behaviours. Our residential training service offers a comprehensive and effective solution for pet owners looking to improve their dog’s behaviour and strengthen their bond with their furry friend. Contact us today to learn more about residential training and how we can help you and your dog.

Complimentary Services

Complimentary Transport, Collection, Grooming & Vet Check

Complimentary Dog Services

We understand that your pet is a beloved member of your family, and we’re dedicated to providing the best possible care during their stay with us. That’s why we offer complimentary services to make your pet’s stay as comfortable and stress-free as possible.

Our transport and collection service means we’ll pick up your pet from your home and drop them back off when their training is complete, so you don’t have to worry about transport logistics. And before your pet starts its training, we’ll provide a comprehensive vet check to ensure they’re in top health and ready to learn.

We also offer complimentary grooming services during their stay to keep your pet looking and feeling their best. Our experienced groomers will give your pet a thorough bath, brush, and trim to ensure they’re clean, comfortable, and happy.

So whether you’re looking for obedience training, rehabilitation for aggression, or other specialised training for your furry friend, you can trust us to provide the best possible care every step of the way. Contact us today to learn more and book your pet’s stay.

Residential Dog Training Benefits

The benefits of Residential Dog Training

Safe and supportive environment

Our residential dog training facility provides a safe and supportive environment for dogs to learn and thrive.

Address specific and challenging concerns

Our experienced trainers use positive reinforcement techniques to teach dogs new behaviours and modify existing ones, addressing any specific concerns or challenges that the owner may have identified.

Comprehensive training program

With our comprehensive training programs, dogs can develop the skills and behaviours necessary to be well-behaved, obedient, and happy companions.

Frequently Asked Questions

Before you give up on your dog, read these commonly asked questions we get at our dog training centre. If you need help assessing and evaluating your dog, please get in touch for a consultation on the best course of action.

What is residential dog training?+

Residential training for dogs is a training program where we work with your dog in our specialised training facility. The dog stays with us for a set time and receives intensive training to improve their behaviour and obedience.

How long does the training take?+

The length of training can vary depending on the specific training program and your dog’s individual needs. Some programs may last just a few days, while others may last several weeks.

What are the benefits of residential dog training?+

Residential training can provide several benefits, including intensive training in a distraction-free environment, personalised attention from a professional trainer, and the opportunity for your dog to socialise with other dogs.

Is residential dog training right for my dog?+

Residential training can be a good option for dogs with difficult behaviour issues to address through traditional training methods. It can also be a good option for owners needing more time or expertise to train their dogs.

What behaviour issues can residential dog training address?+

Residential training can address various behaviour issues, including aggression, separation anxiety, excessive barking, destructive chewing, and leash pulling.

What happens during residential dog training?+

During residential training, your dog will receive personalised attention from a professional trainer who will work with them on specific behaviours and commands. The trainer will also provide regular updates on your dog’s progress and may involve you in training sessions to help reinforce behaviours.

What should I look for in a residential dog training program?+

When selecting a residential training program, ask us about our experiences working with dogs with similar behaviour issues to your dog. You should also ask about training methods, the length of the program, and what type of follow-up support after the program ends.

Will my dog be traumatised by residential dog training?+

Residential training for dogs should not traumatise your dog if it’s done correctly. Our reputable trainers use positive reinforcement training methods and create a safe and comfortable environment for your dog to learn in.

Will my dog’s behaviour improve after residential dog training?+

Your dog’s behaviour should improve after residential dog training as the program is tailored to their individual needs and the training methods used are effective. However, it’s important to continue reinforcing good behaviour after the program ends to maintain your dog’s training.

What if I’m not satisfied with my dog’s results from residential training?+

If you’re unsatisfied with your dog’s results during residential training, speak with us and discuss your concerns. We may be able to provide additional training or support to help improve your dog’s behaviour.

How much do residential training cost in the UK?+

Costs in the UK can vary significantly based on a variety of variables, such as the programme’s duration, the required degree of instruction, and the facility’s location. Prices for short programmes might be as little as a few hundred pounds and as high as several thousand pounds. Finding the training facility that best suits your demands and your budget requires doing some research on various training facilities and comparing pricing. If you’d like to know how much Residential Training would cost for your dog, please contact our team to discuss your and your dog’s requirements using the contact form below.


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