One to one and group training

Puppy Head Start

Puppy Training


It’s never too early to start training

You brought your new puppy home, you knew it was not going to be easy, but you were not expecting this much drama. Your puppy is now causing chaos, stealing your shoes, chewing everything, running around biting your ankles, unable to settle on their own, getting overexcited and peeing on the rug!

This doesn’t mean that they’re bad pups; it just means that we need to show them how to interact with our world.

That’s what one-to-one sessions are for! A focussed session of this sort can help to address specific problem behaviours. There are many puppy problems we can help you with such as:


  • Biting and nipping everyone and everything
  • Toileting in the house
  • Unable to settle
  • Chewing
  • Stealing items
  • And so much more


My puppy is a bit older, can we still have puppy training?

You may have thought you had training done and dusted after 6 weeks, then your puppy starts ignoring recall, jumps all over guests which used to be cute however now they are big and muddy it is not so desirable. They may be pushing the boundaries and seem to have forgotten all of their training! This is adolescence! Quite often it can be more challenging than those early puppy struggles.

You may now be seeing problem behaviours such as barking on lead if they are not allowed to say hi to the other dog.

Or perhaps you rescued an older puppy that did not have any previous training.

Don’t worry, it’s never too late to improve our puppy’s behaviour and turn those struggles into strengths. With the games based training we can teach dogs and puppies of all ages the key life skills that were missing at the start.

Not only that, our training techniques will actually strengthen your relationship with your puppy!

Wherever you’re starting from, we’ll get the ball rolling and, with a little patience, we’ll build real, positive changes in your dog’s behaviour.

The one to one training sessions can be in the comfort of your own home, or when necessary, outside in your local area. We will work on a tailored plan that will focus on improving the key underlying struggles.


We are Game Changers

Training can be fun and relationship building, with cleverly designed games we teach dogs to think and make good choices, and we encourage them to work with you.


Empowering owners and dogs alike!

The most rewarding part of being a dog trainer is providing people with the tools that will make a difference during life’s rougher spots. When that happens, it’s a big win for everyone.

Our passion tends to be contagious. Once dog owners understand that what we’re doing is more than just training, it becomes their passion too! We’ve seen amazing progress with the dogs we have worked with, and seen owners’ outlooks change, too: and the result is a relationship that gets stronger and stronger with every session.

A refreshing approach on dog training with Allsorts Dog Training