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Loose Lead Walking

No more pulling or dragging!

We all want a dog that walks nicely with us, without pulling our arm out of the socket, or needing to be dragged along.

Some dogs are focused on their owner, some focused on their environment. This is NOT a dog being ‘good’ or being ‘bad’. You just need to pull focus in to you. Our class starts off teaching you some exercises that you can practice with your dog to increase his focus on you. You will then move outside to start walking exercises.

How does it work?

  • Only one dog per session.
  • This class is designed for puppies and adult dogs who have already started having walks. If you haven’t started walking your pup yet, take a look at Puppy’s First Walk.
  • The trainer will come to your home or office, and training will start indoors, unless otherwise arranged.
  • All dogs will be walked on a harness, and a fixed length lead. If you do not have either of these, your trainer will provide them for the class. For safety reasons, and the well-being of your dog, we will not walk a dog on a collar, or an extendable lead.

Please note, that we feel that a dog should be allowed to be a dog as much as possible, and so our classes aren’t a military-style boot-camp where dogs are forced to walk like a robot on one particular side, perfectly inline with you at all times.

Areas covered: W2 – Bayswater, W3 – Acton, W4 – Chiswick, W6 – Hammersmith, Ravenscourt Park, Stamford Brook, W8 – Kensington, W11 – Notting Hill, W12 – Shepherd’s Bush, White City, Wood Lane, W14 – West Kensington, Barons Court, W1K – Mayfair, SW5 – Earl’s Court, SW6 – Fulham, Parsons Green, SW7 – South Kensington, SW10 – Chelsea, SW1X – Knightsbridge, TW9 – Richmond, Kew

Available: Monday-Friday, 10am-5pm and Saturdays, 10am-4pm.

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