All dog breeds are different and Tom has worked with everything from 10 stone Rottweilers to tiny Chihuahua’s. It is a popular misconception that small dogs aren’t dangerous. Under the Dangerous Dogs Act, any dog that is deemed to be out of control in a public place can be classed as a dangerous dog. In the worst cases dogs who are out of control can end up being put down, when with the right training they could have been saved.
On a more positive note the best time to start training is when your dog is a puppy (although it is never too late). If you are thinking of buying a puppy, or have just bought a puppy then going to dog training classes will not only help you to socialise your puppy, it will also teach you how to train your puppy.
Harold Hill dog training team (left to right) Tom, Jo, Sharon and Jane