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Stillorgan Ind. Estate
(01) 901 3018
Article posted on 03 February 2017
Positive Dog Training are delighted to be announcing that this June, for the first time in Ireland, we will host Ken Ramirez for a weekend dedicated to core training principles.
For those who may not be aware, since October 2014 Ken is the Executive Vice-President and Chief Training Officer of Karen Pryor Clicker Training where he helps oversee the vision, development and implementation of training education programs for the organization. This role aligns with Ken's philosophy of helping to bring positive reinforcement training to all corners of the animal training world.Continue Reading
Article posted on 10 March 2016
Puppy play stylesContinue Reading
Article posted on 09 March 2016
Puppy socialisation is not just about puppy play but also about building puppy confidence with sights, sounds and smells!Continue Reading
Article posted on 04 February 2016
. If your significant other said they were bringing you out for a meal, rushed you out the door, rushed you through ordering your food, pulled you away from your tasty dessert, spent half the time while at the restaurant talking on their mobile phone and then to top it was too busy to talk when you got home or just sat in front of the TV for the rest of the night, how would you feel? Then imagine that this was the routine every single night while you were spending every day waiting for them to come home from workContinue Reading
Article posted on 18 January 2016
Puppies mature at a fast rate, and as most trainers/behaviourists will tell you, pre 16 weeks is a critical time for them to get out and experience the world. Positive supervised interactions with humans and other dogs as well as experiencing different sights, sounds and smells are essential is setting your puppy up for success for the long road ahead of themContinue Reading
Article posted on 31 December 2015
Given the option would your dog choose to give up chasing tennis balls or cut back on the pigs’ ears OR would they choose a new hobby? Would they decide if they had the chance to make sure that they do an extra 2 miles each day on their daily walk? Would they decide to take up a class to learn something new?Continue Reading
Article posted on 26 October 2015
Halloween is an ancient and fun holiday for us humans, but can be a horrible time for your pets, so prepare in advance for the 31st October festivities
Article posted on 21 July 2015
At some stage or other we have all seen the dog walking the owner! Looks like great fun for the dog but not such good fun for the human at the other end of the lead!Continue Reading
Article posted on 28 May 2015
Why is your dog pulling? & more importantly, what would you actually like your dog to do instead?
Your dogs is not pulling because he wants to drag you along the road behind him, he is not pulling because he thinks its great fun to hear you shout and yell at him and he is not pulling because he like the feel of you jerking him backwards by the neck through his collar or by his back through his harness.Continue Reading
Article posted on 20 April 2015
•Games & Puzzles – nothing makes those day-care tails wag faster than when the puzzle games come out. Mental stimulation is our number 1 priority at PDT weather being through training sessions or games and its clear every time the dogs are enjoying them as much as we are.Continue Reading
All dogs must be collected by 6.30pm
Shop and Grooming
Monday to Friday: 7.30am to 6.30pm
Saturday: 10.00am to 2.30pm
Positive Dog Training is a progressive, force free dog training centre which also provides compassionate welfare friendly dog grooming and a fun cage free doggie daycare.
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