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My name is Denise Ellis.  I am a Registered Veterinary Nurse and a qualified Dog Trainer and Behaviour adviser.

I run puppy socialisation groups at the Veterinary practice where I work.  Clarendon House Vets Galleywood Essex 

My two rescue dogs are called Sam, a West Highland White Terrier and Colin, a Welsh Collie.

We enjoy walks in our beautiful countryside especially close to my home in Danbury Essex.  I also take both my dogs to the Suffolk coast and go hill walking in the north of the country.

Colin enjoys agility so we also compete when we have time.

I get quite passionate about the number of young dogs that find themselves in rescue, purely because they are not understood.  So I spend a lot of time educating new puppy owners on how to look after and train their dogs.


Why chose this training

Dogs motivate us to play, be affectionate, seek adventure and be loyal.

He is your friend, your partner, your defender, your dog.

You are his life, his love, his leader.

He will be yours, faithful and true to the last beat of his heart.

 

Every dog deserves a home.  Not every home deserves a dog.


Chew on this

  • Behaviour is changed by its consequence.
  • Dogs need to exercise their basic instincts.
  • This can be controlled through training and play.
  • This is the main reason for unwanted behaviour.
  • They just want to eat, play, and love.

Essential training for your new puppy

  • Bite inhibition to people and dogs.
  • Release toys.
  • Socialisation to people.
  • Learn how to behave off the lead.

 




You only commit yourself to training sessions that suit you.


You train in a relaxed environment  and learn how to enjoy your dog.


You will build a bond with your dog and he will be offering the desired behaviour, not being forced to do it.


Your dog will enjoy the training as he will be in an environment he knows and exercising his natural senses.


Small group lessons with everyone training to their ability

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About Me

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