Few of us enjoy taking our dogs out in the winter. It’s cold, wet and windy, and that lovely woodland walk that you both enjoy so much has turned into a muddy quagmire, with not so much as a leaf left to brighten the barren view. To make matters worse, the sun isn’t up before you have to leave for work, and it goes down long before the working day is done, so you end up struggling with all of this in the dark.
Sadly, for many dog owners, summer walks are not much better, because their dogs simply won’t behave. Keeping them out of fights with other dogs, keeping them out of the river, the puddles and everywhere else they are not supposed to go, and getting them to come back at all at the end of the walk, can drain all the fun out of even the sunniest walk.
If all this sounds familiar, then don’t worry, because A&T Trained Dogs have got the perfect solution to both the winter blues and your summer stress.
Residential Dog Training
Winter is a great time to choose residential dog training with A&T Trained Dogs. Not only will it set you up to enjoy your summer walks so much more, it also gets you out of those miserable winter weather walks in the dark. We’ll take your unruly dog for four to five weeks and return them in the spring as the obedient companions you’ve always dreamed of. You can even split the training up into two or three blocks so you don’t miss your four-legged friend too much.
How does residential dog training work?
All residential dog training is designed to meet the exact needs of you and your dog. We’ll speak to you at length to identify the problems you are having, and then create a bespoke programme to tackle those issues and make life easier for both of you. Our expert team of trainers have experience with all kinds of dogs, so you can rest assured that we will know what to do with yours. We promise you’ll be amazed by the results we can achieve in such a short time.
What can I expect from residential dog training?
After just a few weeks of specialist dog training in Lancashire, your dog will learn to sit, walk to heel and stay at your command. You’ll also notice significant improvements in recall, so you’ll be able to let them off the lead, confident that they will come back when you want them to.
At the end of their time with us, we’ll spend some time with you, teaching you how to work with your dog to continue this excellent and obedient behaviour. You’ll have a full hour with your dog’s trainer to make sure you understand how to control your dog, and to teach you how to continue their training once they get home.
Look forward to summer walks
If you’ve always dreaded letting your dog run free in the park, or you constantly have to go out of your way to avoid other dogs, then residential dog training could be just what you need. It will change the dynamic between the two of you and put you back in control, so you can make the most of every walk and discover new areas you’ve never dared to try before.
Use the winter time to make your summer walks so much better. Contact our team today to find out more about residential dog training courses in Lancashire.