We aim to help you teach your dogs good manners so that they can be happy and contented pets. We aim to keep dogs and their families living together for life.

We can help you with

  • Digging
  • Barking
  • Puppy biting
  • Jumping
  • Living with children and dogs
  • Coming when called
  • Loose lead walking
  • Having a dog that displays self control
  • Having a dog that loves doing what you ask
  • Supporting vet behaviourists behaviour modification programs
  • Trick training
  • Up skilling to CLASS™ BA, MA or PHD in canine life and social skills


The Emotional

Health of dogs

Many pet owners are prepared to spend lots of money on their dog's veterinary care but do not realise that the emotional health of their dogs is just as important and that the owner is the main provider of this care.

Helping Dogs Develop

Emotional Health

There are three principles to consider when solving problems concerning living with your dog.

  • Management

What measures can be put in place to minimise the the ptoblem? Eg Dog barks at the postman - keep the dog inside when the postman is coming.

  • Relationship

Do I have fun with my dog so that s/he wants to be with me? Eg dog won't come when I call - Try giving yummy treats when the dog comes instead of rousing on the dog when s/he doesen't come.

  • Training

Have you trained your dog to sit when there are distractions? Eg Dog jumps on visitors - get s/he to sit when visitors arrive and reinforce good sitting with some yummy treats.


If you would like more information about force free training you can use the form on the right to contact us or give me a call -

P: 07 5498 6673

M: 0402 468 472

Happy Training

Gill Anderson