CAMBRIDGE DOG SERVICES
Oakington Dog Day Care, Dry Drayton Road, Oakington, Cambridge CB24 3BD Directions
Recall, Loose Lead Walking, Commands: Sit, Down, Stay, Drop and Leave, Play, Chewing, Toilet Training, Biting and Mouthing, Crate Training, Prevent Jumping Up, Settling, Bonding, Biting, One-Off Session, Diet, Socialisation and Habituation, Basic Obedience, Handling, House and Food Manners, Poo Eating & Scent Work
'Cambridge Dog Services' works on building a stronger relationship between you and your dog and allow you to have fun while practicing. Their training is based on kind, optimistic, progressive and force-free techniques to get the best out of your dog. They use clicker training/ marker training. Melissa Hartnack has a great passion for animals and has committed the last five years to develop her skills in animal training and behavior. They are station in Great Shelford, Hauxton, Harston, Whittlesford & surrounding areas.
Price: Pre -Puppy Package £220
Puppy Gold package £120
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81 St Bede's Cres, Cambridge CB1 3TZ Directions
Loose Lead Walking, Vet Visits, Recall, Body Handling & 1-2-1 Puppy Training
Paws-ability is a games-based dog training service. They aim to create emotionally stable dogs, with a great bond with their human family, allowing them to make the right decisions. Specials: Four 1 hour sessions + Pup2Perfection DVD (retailing at £25.95) for just £45.
Price: 1-2-1 Dog Training (one session) £20
1-2-1 Dog Training (one session) £20. Dog Training initial assessment and consultation (per session, per dog) £40
Dog Training Classes £60 for Six Sessions
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Church of the Good Shepherd, Mansel Way, Cambridge CB4 2ET Directions
Pet Dog Training, Life skills Scentwork, Hoopers & Tricks
Cambridge Dogs has provided your dog with modern and effective methods of training based on creating a trusting and rewarding relationship and communication skills. Cambridge Dogs Instructors are all qualified to degree or higher level in animal behavior, accredited with professional organizations (APDT, TCBTS, APBC) Registered Practitioners with the Animal Behaviour and Training Council and have extensive experience living with, training and helping many different breeds of dogs. They use science-based and ethical methods of training, based on positive reinforcement. They do not use training methods or equipment that cause fear or pain.