Puppy Training and Behaviour classes in Wiltshire

Puppy Training & Socialisation courses covering, Bradford on Avon, Melksham and Trowbridge in Wiltshire. Best Behaviour only use ethical, motivational and effective reward based training in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere to assist your puppy to become a well mannered and trained pet dog.

Each class covers essential puppy training exercises such as sit, down, settle, recall and walking to heel, alongside helping you with your puppies development by providing behaviour advice on common issues such as mouthing, jumping up and socialisation.

Held in a hall with both indoor and outside training space to enable you to easily learn training techniques and to assist your puppy’s development in a controlled safe environment. Ensuring you are best placed to practice the correct training at home, in the garden and out on walks.

At the end of every class you are given a homework sheet that gives step by step instructions on how to practice the exercises and training. These compile to become a training guide for you to be able to refer to at any time. Best Behaviour also provides help and advice sheets on common issues that you may be experiencing with your puppy.

Why choose Best Behaviour Puppy Classes?

  • Limited number of puppies to ensure each individual receives attention and assistance
  • Behaviour advice along with positive reward based training techniques taught
  • Printed handouts for reference
  • Courses have been successfully established for over 5 years
  • Confidence in classes ran by a qualified and fully insured behaviourist who is up to date with the continuing developments in canine behaviour and training
  • All the family are welcome to attend, to ensure everyone knows how to communicate and train the pup and the puppy learns to listen and respond to all the family.

Best Behaviour puppy classes are split into courses for different age groups to ensure each stage of your puppy’s development and learning is catered for. Each course has limited spaces (a maximum of 6 to 8 puppies) to ensure puppies and owners get full benefit of each class and the individual attention they may require.