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HELP WITH HOUNDS

Dog trainer and behaviourist

My goal is to help you and your dog using positive, force free and rewarding techniques.

 
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"Thank you for the training this morning you are inspirational and Finley really enjoys the sessions"

 

ABOUT ME

Matt Hymus 

IMDT. 

ISCP.Dip.Canine.Prac.

I am an accredited IMDT member and trainer (Institute of Modern Dog Trainers) and studied with the International School of Canine Psychology & Behaviour (ISCP), achieving a level 5 diploma in canine behaviour (with distinction) in May 2020

Having grown up in a family who always had dogs, from a German Shepherd to a Greyhound and Labrador, I know how important and rewarding a positive relationship between dog and owner can be. I now care for my own big and fluffy Labradoodle.

I will always continue my personal development to ensure I can provide you with the most appropriate, force free solutions.

I have also volunteered at Danaher Animal Home as a dog walker, helping numerous and various dogs.

As a dog trainer and behaviourist in the Coggeshall area, I look forward to working with you and your canine friend, either in person or via Zoom.

As an Assessed and Qualified Member of The Institute of Modern Dog Trainers (www.imdt.uk.com) I am proud to display the UK Dog Behaviour & Training Charter symbol

 

MY SERVICES

Training and Behaviour

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TRAINING AND BEHAVIOUR

Puppy, beginner and improver classes in Witham and Feering, Essex

1:1 sessions at your home, or my training venue, near Kelvedon, Essex

Support can range from puppy training and advice, to helping you tackle a behavioural issue which is causing a problem between you and your dog.

My goal is to support you and your dog through positive, force free and rewarding techniques.

I use only scientific, positive based techniques and would never condone a harsh, aversive or forceful approach

 
Happy Dog

Lisa Tenzin-Dolma

“Positive methods aren't about over-indulgence or ignoring negative behaviours. They involve rewarding the behaviour you want the dog to repeat and preventing the behaviours occuring that you don't want your dog to keep rehearsing”