Dog School Devon (Dogs Trust)
Wear Barton Road
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- 4-week course for a total of £65
- Ongoing access to our owner support hub
- Maximum of six dogs per class
- Experienced reward-based trainers
- Fun, relaxed, and educational classes
- 1-2-1 training sessions available
Dog School Devon
Puppy, adolescent and adult dog training classes in Exeter, Devon
At Dog School Devon our experienced team of coaches are here to help you build a stronger relationship with your dog through our 4-week courses and 1-2-1 training sessions, tailored for puppies, adolescent dogs, and adult dogs.
Our classes have been developed to provide the best training environment. You’ll learn about dog body language and how dogs communicate with each other, and the most effective way to train your pooch. These skills will help you build that all important bond and understand each other better.
Our class availability
Our training for your best pal
Your dog doesn’t need to be an obedience champion, or speed around an agility course. These activities can be great fun and something to aspire to, but most owners would like their dog to be able to do the following:
Sit when asked
Walk calmly on a loose lead
Come back when called on a walk
Settle down and relax when there’s no attention on them
Greet other dogs and people politely
The good news is our training classes will help you teach your dog all these essential skills and more, so they can fit happily into your life and cope with everyday situations.
Our courses aren’t just in-person classes. Every Dog School student has instant access to the Owner Support Hub, which is packed with tips, tricks and help with any problems or questions you have. The more you know, the easier it’ll be for your little pal to work through any training challenges they may be facing.
Our Training Methods
We use reward-based methods to train all our doggie pupils. This type of training enhances the bond between owner and dog. Dogs also find it easier to learn if they’re rewarded for the right behaviours, rather than being told off when they get things wrong.
If you’d like to find out more and start your training journey with us CLICK HERE.