Successful Crate Training

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All levels
1 lesson
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45 students

Pet dog owners occasionally are still unsure if a crate is the best thing for their dog. Sometimes people see crating as “cruel” or caging a beloved part of their family. And yet this is so far from the truth. Dogs made to feel safe and secure in their crates will usually become confident, independent, and less anxious.

Our Training Guide walks you through how to successfully train your dog, so they will genuinely enjoy being in their crate.

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Qualified as a dog trainer in 2013 with the Academy of Dog Training and Behaviour. She holds a City and Guild PTLLS qualification in teaching for the Life Long Learning Sector and has over 10 years teaching experience covering a wealth of subjects and ages. Emma's experience enables her to accurately read both the dog and the human behaviour and the psychology behind the partnership. These observational skills and her quick thinking will often give fast results to difficult situations. Emma has achieved phenomenal agility success with all 3 of her dogs competing successfully. Herbie, her 8 year old Poodle cross, has competed at Crufts, Discover Dogs and numerous other finals and has represented Great Britain on two separate occasions. Her younger dog Kipp also a Poodle cross has been podium placed several times including 2nd place in the Novice Cup at Crufts 2019 and is now competing at KC Champ level.

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