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As dog owners for the past decades ourselvs, we believe sending a dog for training is a crucial part of good pawrenting. Not educating a child is unthinkable – so it goes for dogs.

Obedience Courses

A well-behaved dog is a source of happiness for his family. A destructive dog that runs amok, is uncontrollable or even aggressive, can test the patience of even the most tolerant of owners.

Don’t wait for these problems to start surfacing before you do something about it. Training helps a dog to understand boundaries, social expectations and channels his energies into learning and practicing self-discipline.

A well trained dog is confident and joyful. He understands what is expected of him. 

The syllabus for our obedience course includes:

  • The Recall
  • Basic Commands of Sit, Stay, Down
  • Intermediate commands of sit-stay, down-stay, come
  • Walking on lead

Puppy Classes

Are you lost about what is expected of you or how best to teach your little adorable furball? Are your puppy’s toilet habits driving you mad? This course is best for first-time dog pawrents.

Our puppy classes cover all the essential bases on how to be a good owner, and how you can best raise a well-balanced pup.

The syllabus for our puppy classes which uses positive-only methods includes:

  • Resource guarding

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    Start your puppy off right and you could avoid lots of problems later on
  • Difference between teething and mouthing off
  • Socialization
  • House training
  • Basic grooming
  • Socialization
  • Veterinary concerns
  • Regulatory requirements


Behavioral Corrections

No dog is perfect, nor should they be expected to be. We love our furballs of joy and loyalty as they are. But there are a variety of behavioural conditions that can be serious enough to cause him to be a danger or a nuisance to either himself or the people around him.

Often, the negative behavioural patterns he is displaying is symptomatic of a deeper problem, causing him to act out. This is where behavioral correction is essential.

Some issues we can help alleviate include:

  • Aggression towards strangers

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    “There’s no such thing as a bad dog, just a bad owner.” – John Grogan, Marley and me
  • Excessive barking
  • Biting
  • Entry point charging
  • Inappropriate toilet habits
  • Destructive behaviour
  • Chasing people and other animals
  • Jumping at guests
  • Resource guarding
  • Food aggression
  • Separation anxiety

What our customers say about us

“Bentley had started showing aggression when he turned 3….He will attack without warning and often resulted in nasty bites that required medical attention…. Bentley was enrolled for 31 days of stay-in training…my family and I visited him regularly every 2 day and we found Bentley to be well taken care of and groomed. We also got constant updates on his training progress from the trainer. Ever since his return from the training, Bentley has not shown aggression towards family, but remain a vigil guard to our home and family. He has also shown more affection to us and we are delighted to have him back with us! On behalf of my family and myself, I will like to express my heartfelt gratitude to Ms Hayley for her time and effort on changing and making Bentley who he is today.” – Lihan, Samoyed x Chow Chow owner

“Duchess became our family member when she was 3 months old. Everyone in the family pampered her like a newborn baby. As a result she grew to be a very noisy (very barky) and disobedient girl. She is also extremely fussy with her food and will eat only when she is being hand-fed. However Hayley has successfully and systematically modified her behaviour…..No longer needs to be hand-fed. She will readily eat her food by herself, usually within 5 minutes. Listen obediently to commands like sit, walk and stay. Remain cool and calm in public; that is no longer barking at passers-by or growl at other dogs. No longer pulling her leash duing walks.– Jennifer, Maltese owner

Have some more questions? Want to sign up for a course? Feel free to contact us!