The Office Dog

Dog Training Services

Training and Masterclasses for office dogs and puppies

Excellent! Sharon was great – as good at training me as at training Asta, and the Training Notes are fun to read. Elizabeth and Asta
Sharon is a miracle worker! When visiting Butternut Box offices she taught one of our puppies how to ‘down’ in about 5 seconds Hannah and Reya
Great training We really enjoyed it and Sunny has come on leaps and bounds in just a couple of days Jane and Sunny
Great value for money Sharon was great… Definitely helped with the training of our puppy. Thank you for all your help guys! Adene and Ozzy
Sharon’s can do attitude has given us the confidence boost we needed. A lovely friendly woman, full of excellent advice, who we could honestly share our insecurities with over our new little terror of a Parson Terrier. Vivien and Tippi
Definitely booking more Lessons! I couldn’t have asked for someone more knowledgeable about dogs and also very good with transferring knowledge over to humans. L Bauer and Leia

Office Dog Skills

Happy Office Dog being stroked by owner

Need help to get your dog to be more office-friendly? Office Dog Skills can take place in your home, at your office, or a combination of the two.

From teaching your dog to settle in a crate, through issues with commuting, to activities that help prevent boredom, The Office Dog can help ensure that your dog is a model employee.

Puppy Training

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Whether you’re looking for some individual sessions to cover some tricky issues, or you’re looking for a complete package to cover every aspect of training your new puppy, we have you covered.

The Office Dog offers private puppy training in the comfort of your own home, and is suitable for all puppies, future office dog or not.

Walking Masterclasses

Two Ridgebacks wearing Perfect Fit

There are two types of dog walks; Sniff walks and A-to-B walks. With a choice of two masterclasses, you can learn to perfect both with The Office Dog.

No more pulling, for you or your dog. Dog walks should be fun for all involved, and they should also be about more than just physical exercise.

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