Essex Dog Academy

Dog Training

07867 988711

Sue Gilmore, top professional dog behaviourist at Essex Dog Academy, offers obedience training classes for puppy and adult dogs. Have fun working with your dog to improve your handling skills and train your dog to be a responsive pet dog your family is proud of.

CORONAVIRUS COVID-19 UPDATE: AUTUMN 2020
Don’t wait for the end of the pandemic to train your dog. Classes should soon restart outdoors, socially distanced for your safety. If you’re shielding or have limited time, I still have you covered during the pandemic with my telephone/video behaviour, training and advice consultations. Helping you to train your puppy/dog virtually in the comfort of your own home.

Spend an hour with a top dog behaviour practitioner training your dog. In addition to basic obedience skills, you’ll also learn about:

  • Stopping nipping/biting, jumping up
  • Dog Law
  • Keeping your dog healthy
  • Nutrition – what to feed your dog
  • Tips on grooming

Saturdays 11.00am at Woodham Mortimer Village Hall Field, CM9 6SX

*****NEW!  SATURDAY PUPPY/JUNIOR COURSE*****
11.00am each week

Dog Training Classes for all Breeds

Balanced dog obedience training for your pet dog in Woodham Mortimer, Maldon, Essex
with a top Dog Behaviourist Practitioner

Dog Behaviour Problems Solved
1-2-1 Personal Training

Positive solutions for your dog’s behaviour issues in the comfort of your own home in Essex, Suffolk and surrounding counties.

Training is based on a Balanced Learning Programme, devised as a structured, progressive method of dog training that works in the home and out in public places. Spend an hour with a professional dog behaviourist training your dog.

Dog behaviour problems solved by professionally qualified dog behaviour practitioner – advice for dog owners and handlers: 1 to 1 training sessions and home visits.

Sue Gilmore, top behaviourist and dog psychologist, is the instructor, qualified as a Master Trainer with The Guild of Dog Trainers and has years of experience in owning, training and handling dogs. Sue is a Fellow of the Canine & Feline Behaviour Association. Most pet insurance companies recognise CFBA Full Members for their high standard of work and will allow their members to carry out behavioural modification on the dog under the existing policy.