About Canine Associated Services Dog Trainers
Specialising In Bespoke 1-2-1 Training
Love them! Train them!
We want you and your dog to enjoy a relationship based on love, trust, and respect.
To achieve this, you need to know what makes your dog tick! We take time to discuss your dog’s behaviour in detail during our training sessions, so you can better understand his needs. We also explain the key techniques involved in all aspects of our training. This enables you to create a happy partnership with your dog so that he fits in well with your family environment.
Our private (one-to-one) and small class training sessions have low student-teacher ratios so our trainers can spend more individual time with you and your dog.
Humane training methods
We only use positive reinforcement methods to achieve the best results. With this proven form of training, dogs learn to make good choices in order to achieve the desired behaviour.
CAS also offers security dog handler services for short term contracts and emergency cover, and a range of advisory services for dog owners. These cover all aspects of dog health and wellbeing, including nutrition and exercise, choosing the right breed, dealing with inappropriate behaviour etc.
To learn more about Canine Associated Services and how we can help improve your relationship with your pet, call us now to discuss your needs.
Martyn’s calm, measured approach and carefully structured training classes have helped many dogs with complex behavioural issues and anti-social behaviour to become well-behaved canine companions. He is constantly upgrading and developing both his skills and techniques to ensure that he can offer the best service and advice he can. He is an associate member of the British Police & Services Canine Association (BPSCA) and the British Institute of Professional Dog Trainers (BIPDT).
“Martyn was professional, skilful and friendly throughout, and we would recommend him with confidence.”
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