Animal Aid Dog Training
Animal Aid Dog Training has a clear focus on making your dog a great companion, we teach you the skills to keep your dog happy, obedient and well socialised with other pets and people.
Training and socialisation are a must for all dogs
Having a dog with good manners makes everyone’s live’s much easier. Animal Aid Dog Training will build your relationship with your dog, creating a dynamic of mutual respect and understanding, giving your pet the best chance for a happy healthy life. Training is one of the basic pillars of enjoyable pet ownership and care.
10 Week Training Program
My dog Nara loved Animal Aid Dog Training!
She learned heaps and made some great doggy friends. My family have been so impressed with her progress, they have now booked their dog in to do the 10 Week Training Program too!
From the age of 8-16 weeks your dog is in a critical period, your puppy is absorbing everything and these experiences, both good and bad, stay with them for life. By beginning your dog’s training during this early developmental stage you are setting them up with right tools to navigate their way through meeting new people, meeting other dogs, new surfaces, different noises and more.
Animal Aid Puppy Preschool covers socialisation, basic obedience, curbing behavioural issues early, reward-based training and dog health.
Puppy Preschool is $90 for 4 weeks.
10 Week Training Program
We aim to provide long-term results in obedience training, socialisation and behavioural problem solving that will benefit you and your dog for years to come. Animal Aid runs a 10 week group obedience class, these classes are designed to help you better understand your dog so your dog is willing and happy to work with you long into the future.
Animal Aid’s dog obedience program is $210 for 10 weeks.
Your dog must be fully vaccinated (C5) to attend.
Animal Aid’s dog trainer also offers personalised private dog training classes. The classes are tailored to you and your dog’s needs and are designed to address specific issues or behaviours that you are experiencing.
Prices vary – please call for a quote
Animal Aid staff member Michelle Lynn has been working as a dog trainer for over 10 years. She has previously worked with Colac and District Dog Obedience Club as their head instructor and was the Training Advisor for the Siberian Husky Club. Michelle has also had her own dog training business for eight years.
Michelle is qualified with the National Dog Trainers Federation (NDTF). Working and training detection dogs for over 3 years.