Pet Dog Manners

Basic Obedience for all the Family!
Course Duration: 7 Weeks – 1st week Owner Education without dogs

Today’s busy lifestyles leave many of us short on time, so if you want results fast, Paw Behaviour offers a Basic Training Course that is fun, fast and effective. In a short time your dog will be able to walk on a lead, come back, sit, drop, stay and socialise beautifully with fellow dogs – if you do your homework!

Classes are fun and teach you how to manage your dogs in everyday situations. You will learn how to recognise and prevent or resolve behaviours that are disruptive in the household or are socially unacceptable. You will also teach your dog “good manners” and how to cope well in real life situations. Having fun on the mini agility course, playing games and teaching tricks enriches your dog’s life and encourages confidence.




Need a bit more fine tuning?  Maybe a slight behavioural adjustment? Freshen up your training skills and fall in love with your dog all over again!

NOTE:  Only for clients who have completed the 7 Week Pet Dog Manners Course

For Owners Who Want

  • A dog that will come back to them
  • A dog that walks nicely on a lead
  • A dog that behaves politely around visitors & children
  • A dog that plays nicely with other dogs
  • A dog that doesn’t jump on people
  • A dog that will stay when asked

Owners Learn

  • How dogs learn and communicate their feelings
  • Reward based training methods
  • How to be your dog’s leader
  • What equipment can help you
  • How to keep your dog happy when you are not home
  • How to handle & groom your dog
  • How to prevent and solve simple behavioural problems


  • Digital Resources
  • Graduation Certificate
  • Ongoing support through out the course


  • Your dog’s current Vaccination Certificate
  • Soft or leather collar & lead– no chain collars or leads
  • Food for training (tiny pieces), toys, water & bowl & a mat or bed for puppy to sit on

Training and socialising your dog beyond puppy class is vital. As a young dog matures, they want to spread their paws and see more of the big wide world. Social maturity varies from dog to dog, but it’s important to keep your training going during a young dog’s early development.

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