Wild Rover Force-Free Dog Training 

Leave your dog training woes behind!

Help with wilful and wayward dogs who..

Wreck the house
Go crazy in the car
Lunge at other dogs
Freak out at visitors
Or any other wild behaviour..

Let the experienced people here at Wild Rover share the route from chaos to happiness with you and your dog. Our methods are always effective and kind, and in line with the latest canine behaviour research.  Together we can work through the stress of calming a jittery, jumpy dog and show you the way to  a life of harmony for both the dogs and humans in the family.

What does force-free dog training actually mean?
Force-free simply means training which does not involve any aversive methods such as prong or shock collars, water sprays, loud noises or anything that will induce fear or pain in your dog.
In fact, science tells us that dogs trained using a punitive approach  actually become reluctant to offer a new behaviour. 

Let WIld Rover show you how to get the best out of your dog. You will be amazed how quickly they learn and how soon being a dog owner becomes a pleasure again and not a chore.

Leave your dog training woes behind!

  1. 1
    Get their attention!
    Even the best teacher in the world has to have the attention of their students before any learning can happen. We can show you simple yet effective games to grab and maintain your dog's focus and attention
  2. 2
    Teach an alternative behaviour
    Instead of thinking about what you DON'T want your dog to do what would you like them to do instead? Sit nicely and wait for a fuss instead of jumping up? Look at you when a dog goes by instead of barking and lunging?.
  3. 3
    Show them how to relax
    Chilling out and relaxing sounds so simple but some dogs just don't know how to do it.Teaching a reliable "settle" is a real game changer for hyperactive dogs and we can show you how.
“Dogs are not our whole life, but they make our lives whole.”

Roger Caras