Dog Training & Dog Walking
in & around the Inverness area
Canine Concerns is a well established Dog Training Club based on the Black Isle just outside the Inverness area. We run Kennel Club Good Citizen Awards for basic pet obedience and fun classes such as Flyball, Agility and Scentwork. Clicker training is also supported.
Canine Concerns also offers a reliable, friendly & professional DOG WALKING & PET CARE SERVICE in & around the Inverness area. There are some spaces currently available for dog walking depending on location. For further details visit the Dog Walking Page.
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(Canine Concerns Dog Training & Behaviour)
Robert & Kirsty are delighted to serve the dog owners of the Highlands as Canine Concerns Dog Training (& Dog Walking) & pledge to provide fun, adventure and education to dogs & owners. For 7 years Canine Concerns has been part of our lives inspiring us to continually learn, read & research dogs & dog training, in order for us to understand our dog’s minds & how they work.
Our love of dogs has led us to compete in obedience competitions, pass the Kennel Club Good Citizen Scheme to gold level & enjoy flyball, agility & scent work with our own dogs. Our dogs have endless amounts of energy & we love to take them on big adventures, taking in the scenery up mountains & through valleys.
We hope to meet you and your much loved dogs soon.
Do you ever wish you could understand what your dog is trying to tell you or you just want an obedient dog, which is fun and part of the family? Now you can! If you have any concerns about your dogs’ behaviour – we can help.
All the training is based on kind, effective reward based methods. Canine Concerns can help you understand and enhance your relationship with your dog and adopt training methods which work for life.
Classes are underway. The next block will commence in January (dates to be confirmed). Please use the form on our “contact us” page to express interest - we would be delighted to welcome you to class.
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