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Paws In Hand

Welcome to Paws in Hand Dog Training and Behaviour. We have a super range of different puppy and dog training classes to suit all needs. If you have a baby puppy, we recommend attending at least one puppy party session before attending a puppy training course as these puppy parties start to teach puppy life skills and can really help to prepare them for "school." These are vitally important, early socialisation sessions with enhanced hygiene for the safety of unvaccinated puppies run by me (Denise Nuttall), registered dog behaviourist, now specialising in training for the prevention of dog aggression.

We run six weeks indoor classes, useful if you would expect your dog to go to pubs and restaurants with you. We also run three-week outdoor puppy classes (in a secure space with access to good parking and a loo facility) to help educate them how to behave in the exciting outdoors, especially providing expert supervised socialisation with other puppies and livestock awareness training.

Don't forget to check out our other outdoor classes at Brambles where we can develop puppy confidence with supervised play, help resolve recall problems, work with anxious dogs and much much more.

Next Kennel Club test is 30/11/19 at Stapehill Village hall. If you are a client of Paws in Hand and want to participate, please make sure you let us know.

We also offer dog behaviourist services to our past and present clients. Denise Nuttall B.Sc (Hons), M. Res is a full member of the Association of Pet Behaviour Counsellors, The Canine Training and Behaviour Society and the Association of pet Dog Trainers. Denise is registered with the Animal Behaviour and Training Council (the voluntary industry regulator) as a clinical animal behaviourist and animal training instructor.


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