I’m Emily Carter, I am a one-to-one dog trainer in Bishop’s Stortford and I can help you with your dog.
You might have a gorgeous new puppy or an established family dog that has developed some naughty habits; give me a ring and see how I can help you.
Helping your puppy to grow into a well behaved, obedient dog.
Poppy was an eight month old rescue collie. Heather was keen to have a well trained dog to fit in with their busy life in Bishops Stortford which included socialising with horses and other animals at local livery stables. Special considerations were made because when you train a rescue dog you don’t know what negative experiences they have been through.
Emily started a course of training sessions tailored around the things we needed to do to get the basics in place. She set up fun games to help get Poppy to watch and listen to the new commands and used toys and props to get her to engage with us while she was learning.
Emily was on hand or at the end of the phone whenever I had a question or problem with Poppy and always had the right answers to correct where we were going wrong. Poppy has come along so well and we are very pleased with her progress.
She has the skills patience to help any dog their owners. I would recommend her to anyone looking for assistance in any aspect of dog training.
Thank you From Paul & Heather & Poppy too.
This park is excellent for spending time with your dog. The park has a permanent, free to use agility area to give you a great chance to give it a go. The park also has a fully enclosed and fenced part to allow your dogs safely off the lead.
If you have a dog you want to train to be sociable with people, children and other dogs what better place than your local pub? Here are the pubs in Bishops Stortford that are dog friendly: The Half Moon, The Wheatsheaf, The Cock (Hockerill), The Castle.
There are a number of dog groomers in and around Bishops Stortford. When you have had a successful day’s training you can treat your pooch to a pampering at one of the many doggy spas.
Whilst not strictly in Bishops Stortford, Hatfield Forest ( near Takeley ) is a 10 minute drive away; it’s a fanstastic place to take your dog for a splash in the lake and run through the woods. The forest has a cafe which serves some of the best hot chocolates and your dog some experience some mcuh healthy socialisation while you kick relax in the fresh Hertfordshire air.