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"First day was great, friendly trainers and can already see a difference in my dog. Will definitely be back." Beka Anderson       "Absolutely yes!! I can’t recommend enough. Amazing what they can do to change a dogs behaviour. I went yesterday for the first time. Completely at the end of my tether with my dog. Within 15 mins I had a different dog. The behaviour within a short space of time had completely changed. Massive thanks. Keep up the fab work! " Julie Gibbons       "The National Dog Training Centre is fab! It is run by dedicated staff that are experts on dog care, handling and training. I am a university student that did a placement here, and I would fully recommend it to anyone, in high school/college/university, who needs to do work experience or any form placement! You learn loads, everyone is really friendly/welcoming, and the dogs are lovely!" Laura Harper       "First boot camp today. Absolutely amazed by the team. Can’t thank them enough for their help. We have just participated in a class with other dogs, something I never imagined we would ever be able to do. Can’t wait to continue our training." Jodie Wynn       "Started bringing my dog here 6 weeks ago and we’ve been coming every week since, he loves it he is like a different dog. I would recommend this place,Tom and Lou know what they r talking about if you need your dog trained definitely bring them here." Joanne Freeman
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So what do clubs look for in prospective members? While this may vary, most clubs look for the following aspects:

  • Respect for both people and dogs
  • Willingness to devote the time to training all three phases
  • An emotionally stable and resilient temperament
  • A willingness to learn and grow
  • A responsible, trustworthy, teachable character
  • An ability to work well with other people and be a true team player
  • An ability to accept correction and constructive criticism
  • A degree of independence and initiative

Notice that so far, there's nothing on this list about the dog! Clubs are about loyalty, family, and relationship. Dogs will come and go, but in a good club, handlers stay. So clubs want dedicated handlers who are good people, and who will be committed to the club and to the training. They want a great team player who fits in with their particular family, regardless of the genetic capabilities and talents of the dog they have.

IPO / IGP is something we do because we enjoy it because we enjoy the relationships we develop with our dogs and with our Schutzhund family. Club members do not want to deal with difficult people who make training unenjoyable, unbearable, or a chore. Clubs want people who are encouraging, engaging, and supportive, and it starts with each one of us as individuals. Each of us must strive to be a good club member, to be the kind of person we would like to have to support us out there on the field.

National Association of Security Dog Users
The British Institute of Professional Dog Trainers
International Association of Canine Professionals (IACP)
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Do not worry if you have been told that your dog cannot be helped, most behaviours are sorted by our experienced trainers very quickly and effectively.

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