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We only use positive and reward-based methods in our lessons, because we want the best result for you. Those techniques are being scientifically proven to be the most effective ones.


When we're working with a dog, the only thing we have on priority, is their psychology and well-being. We care about you and your dog and the most valuable reward for us, is your satisfaction.


We are always available to help you if you come up against any problems. We love talking and discussing your thoughts with you and we will do our best to find the best suitable solution.

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I had a really good time with Artemis during our lessons! She is very consistent to her sessions and her advice always worked for me. I really liked the way she taught me how to make my dog walk nicely on lead using only treats and verbal praise!

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I got my little yorkshare trained, learning some basic commands and fixed a huge problem being scared of everything and everyone around which couldn't even result to a normal walk out. Thank you very much! I totally recommend them!!

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What is Positive Dog Training

Positive reinforcement in dog training is a method based exclusively on rewards.

It is highly opposed to the use of force and punishment, which means that it does not apply prong/shock/electric collars, chock chains, leash yanking or any other technique designed to cause fear to the dog.

It is considered a modern, enjoyable and entertaining way to teach your dog right manners, new commands, improve behaviours and resolve any unwanted habits.

The main reason that all trainers choose to work with rewards is because we can teach the dog whatever we want without causing any discomfort to him and because the rewards always make the behaviour more likely to be repeated in the future resulting to a very solid habit.

As we all work and get paid for it, our dog must be rewarded every time he does something desirable for us.

Here are some benefits of why you should pick positive reinforcement for your dog:

  • Creates trust between you and your beloved friend.
  • It's a fun way to teach new cues.
  • It gives the dog the opportunity to learn without being afraid.
  • It's easy and safe to apply.
  • Children can participate.
  • The results last longer.
  • The dog learns because he wants to and not because he is being forced to.
  • Method that works for all breeds and all kind of temperaments.

Positive reinforcement in dog training is considered the best way to build a strong bond and a long-lasting trust between you and your dog.