Since 2006 Oakwood have been helping dog owners bring up, educate, socialise and train their dogs to make them well behaved, friendly members of their family.
Oakwood has grown to be the largest dog training provider in the region and is now one of the most experienced dog training schools in the area. During this time thousands of customers have been given the support and service they needed for their dog. It is important to us that you get first class service for all of your dog training, behaviour and care needs and we will support you every step of the way.
There is no problem we can’t help you with. Our staff have experience with all dog behavioural problems and we can help you work with your dog from where you are now to where you want to be. We are honest, friendly and pride ourselves on giving you excellent training
New puppy? These classes will put you and your pup on the same page. You’ll learn how to use positive reinforcement training to teach your dog how you want him to behave, and gentle but effective ways to discipline when he doesn’t. You’ll also learn how to avoid future behavior problems. And you’ll both have plenty of fun in the process!
Topics include: Basic manners, solving problems like jumping and chewing, and how to teach your dog sit, down, stay, come and polite leadwalking.
Our puppy classes are suitable for: Pups 8-16 weeks
Older dogs can be very receptive to training when we find what motivates them and makes them tick.
Our 6 week Basic Manners Course is run in
weekly 30 minute sessions
that can be booked as and when suits you best.
See below for our full course guide!
A rehabilitation program can help ANY dog change their reaction in any situation.
Your dog may be a quivering wreck who is; fearful of people, dogs, the car, loud noises, or any new situation and would rather curl up into a corner and hide from the world. Other dogs are overtly aggressive to other animals, dogs or people; either out on a walk or when they come in the house. Some are boisterous, lack manners and self-control and are too sociable for their own good. Maybe you struggle with lead reactivity (a dog that barks as other dogs or people when on a lead)?
All of the behaviours above cause problems, which means you are left trying to manage every situation. You are always thinking how to avoid other dogs or people when out walking. This means you become more stressed and in turn your dog’s behaviour doesn’t improve; it actually gets worse. Thus making the whole process a vicious circle.
Fortunately it doesn’t have to be that way for ever. Just imagine the pleasure you will get not seeing your dog cower away from strangers or not barking and lunging at other dogs when out on their daily walk.