Check out what our Beginner's achieve in just a few short weeks with TMAMD's amazing Adult/Older Pup Beginner's Course.
'Maria is a wonderful dog trainer with patience and passion and a love for what she does. We had a brilliant experience and learnt so much from Maria.'
Mike Duhig and the amazing Tess
Dogs are so intelligent and they all love to learn. Their wagging tails and the way they dive into classes shows me that every single day. They all deserve to receive training so that we can communicate with them better so please choose to start that training journey with them today and build a stronger bond with your furry best friend.
For puppies and dogs over 5 months, at the beginning of their course, we offer our ever-popular 4 week Adult Beginner's Course. We have recently updated this course, making it better than ever! Using modern, reward-based learning techniques, based on the latest scientific research, we are helping owners to teach their dogs the basics in even quicker times, yielding excellent levels of foundation-level obedience by the end of the course.
This is a 4 week dog training course full of fun, positive, reward-based training with only 5/6 dogs per course and two trainers, ensuring lots of individual attention from us to help you to fully master those techniques and extensive practise time for all owners and their dogs per lesson. Absolutely, no sitting about, waiting for your turn, as happens in many dog training classes, giving your dog the opportunity to become bored, restless and giving you a headache trying to prevent unwanted behaviour due to this. We accept only the numbers of dogs per course that can work comfortably all together in our venues, ensuring that your learning time with us is fully maximised.
This course is suitable for dogs over 5 months who have never completed a training course or for those who would benefit from a foundation-level refresher course to improve their consistency in obedience.
By the end of this course your dog will be able to consistently;
sit, lie down, stand, settle, stay, come when called, leave and walk well on lead,
greet people appropriately and perform a trick or two! They will also develop their positions, with duration, so that they can maintain them, which will develop calmer behaviour, in general, due to their enhanced ability to stay in position when cued. Your dog will become more focused on you and the training will strengthen your relationship with your dog.
This training course will aid your control of your dog in a variety of situations as you learn to better communicate with each other and is very useful in helping you to help your dog to address reactivity, fear-aggression, nervousness or frustration-barking. Your dog wants to please you and with
You will be able to;
understand the benefits of toy play as a tool for strengthening your relationship with your four-legged friend, encouraging better recall, lead walking & focus
better utilise enrichment activities to improve the quality of your dog's life, helping you to address a variety of issues and unwanted behaviours
use positive training techniques that will help you to overcome a variety of negative behaviours in your pet.
All of our teaching involves clear demonstrations provided with clear instructions so that you can see techniques in action and you'll receive comprehensive notes, weekly, to enable you to practise at home between lessons.
You'll also receive a certificate and rosette upon completion of the course.
An investment of only £45 for a 4 week course, secures your place.
Courses run every 3 - 6 weeks at Adderley Village Hall, Main Road, Adderley, Market Drayton, TF9 3TF and Sambrook Village Hall, Newport, TF10 8BW.
We welcome dog reactive dogs onto this course but we can only accept one dog-reactive dog per course, so please phone to book your place. We fully understand that some dogs are fear-aggressive or nervous around other dogs or people and have had multiple successes in helping owners to develop their dog's confidence and obedience levels so that issues can be better-managed or , at the very least, largely minimised, so please contact us to discuss your dog's needs and we will do our very best to help you to get the best from your dog so you can give them the life that they deserve. Both of our venues have spaces for a reactive dog to work separately, with the support of a trainer, until they feel settled and comfortable enough to join the main training area, so please don't be nervous about signing them up!
All breeds and ages welcome! Our oldest recruit, to date, was 11 years old and he made wonderful progress! Can you beat that?
Teaching your dog a cue requires patience and none more so than the 'down' cue. Once this is mastered, the rest is usually plain sailing but achieving this with your dog, for the first time, can be a proud moment for any owner.
Here's little rescue, Bettie, achieving her second 'down' which was shared proudly with the whole group, as her owner was so excited to have achieved it for the first time only moments before! And as we prepared to film her she didn't let her Dad down! Go Bettie!