Dog Training Information and Tips
Royvon Dog Training Schools are the UK's leading provider of professional canine obedience and behavioural dog training. We offer a wide range of training options - all delivered by caring, professional dog trainers at high quality premises, however if you want to train your dog yourself without hands on professional training, and are just looking for some dog training tips, help or information then you have come to the right place!
Use the links below to find the most useful training information for your needs, or if you have a specific dog training question or problem that you would like to find out more information about then Contact Us directly or use our Instant Messenger system (normally available during office hours).
Specific Breed Profiles and Training Tips:
Free breed specific training tips and breed profiles for over 80 different breeds of dog.
Click Here to view the profile and tips for your dog.
Dog Training Videos and DVD's
Free video clips and DVD's showing our dog trainers in action training dogs, as well as videos showing our training and dog boarding facilities and customer testimonials. If you are interested in obtaining a copy of our Free Dog Training DVD then please Contact Us.
Click Here to view our training videos and sample DVD clips.
A collection of dog images and pictures including our dog boarding and training facilities, pictures of dogs being trained, canine guests at our schools and dog kennels and an extensive collection of breed specific pictures.
Click Here to view our extensive gallery of dog images.
Free Trainability Profile:
A Free, personalised trainability report from our experienced dog trainers delivered to you when you complete the form as to the training requirements for your dog.
Click Here to complete the Trainability form.
A well-trained dog is a happy dog
The relationship between an owner and his/her dog is a very special one. However, owning a dog is a huge responsibility and many dog owners find that their dogs 'misbehave', or are over boisterous, lack control and are generally much harder work than they expected.
Do you own a dog that makes you feel as though you have 'bitten off more than you can chew'? It's not just very worrying for the safety of your dog and those around you - it can also be very embarrassing.
Do you find yourself thinking, "If only my dog was well behaved and obedient how much more enjoyable it would be to go out for a walk."?
Owning a well trained dog will result in one of the most rewarding relationships you can have so a modest investment in your time, or in professional dog training, can transform life for both you and your dog.