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Something member do information expert to HV0143 possibilities 3 dogs puppy socialisation and obedience courses now for over 8 years Gosport and prides herself on offering a friendly, supportive service to all her owners and their puppies, dogs and other pets. She is also the owner with of Care4Cats a very successful cat sitting company with over 200 cats registered with her. She also offers 1 cat behavioural advice. Although Ros has been involved dog training for years she continues to understand the needs to constantly expand and update her knowledge and education. She is a member of the A.P.D.T. MAPDT 01335 and is proud to be a member of such organisation as the APDT and working within their Code of Practise. Ros is also a Kennel Club Good Citizen trainer Ros is currently studying with Canine Principles Bark2school places a strong emphasis on positive dog training and rehabilitation. Ros is a member of the Pet Professional Guild and works closely with most of the local vets. She is also a member of the Dr Ian Dunbar Academy which provides her with the opportunity to have access to up to date videos, links, library, Seminars, Courses and valuable information to help owners and their puppies and dogs with their training. The Dunbar Academy Top Dogs all understand the importance of positive puppyhood training, responsible puppy breeding, and they embrace science-based, fun and games, dog-friendly training methods that are easy, effective and enjoyable. her spare time which she admits there isn't much after all her training, working with her owners and caring and training her own little pug she volunteers at the RSPCA Centre Stubbington. Bark2school, trainers and instructors work to a very strict code of conduct. Ros is a member of the Pet Professional Guild and adheres to the rules and aims of the PPG to practise and promote force-free dog training. The training methods used by Bark2school are force-free, positive, motivational, reward base training methods. We believe that dogs learn by association; if something is 'pleasant', ie. something pleasant happens as a result of their action or behaviour, then the dog continue to repeat the action and receive more positive results. We can demonstrate and develop your dog's training by practising using reinforcements, to train your dog to work with you and learn good behaviours. We need to teach you the owner to find out what it is your dog finds rewarding and work with you and your dog with that specific reinforcer: it could be a ball, a rope or even a piece of food. We teach the owner how to encourage their dogs with verbal cues and encouragement. We help you understand the differences between negative punishment, and positive reinforcements both of which be used as part of your training, but each part be explained, demonstrated, and help to educate your puppy dog. Bark2school do not base their training on using the 'dominance theory' or talk about our owners becoming pack-leaders, as we believe these methods are outdated and not conducive to your dog learning. We would not advise or use the use of any aversive or punishing techniques that could mentally or physically be seen to abuse dogs. We do not use choke chains, prong collars, spray collars, lead jerks, shouting at your dog commands. Dear Ros, and Donna, I wanted to thank you all for the help and encouragement that you gave to me and Charlie over the course of both the Puppy Socialisation and Basic Obedience classes with Bark2school. As a new dog owner you gave me the skills and confidence to progress with Charlie from tiny Labrador pup to the 25kg 5 month old ball of energy he is now! When Charlie meets people we're often met with comments about how well behaved he is for a puppy and that's down no small part to the work you all put with us thank you! Due to us both having busy jobs your dog walking service is a real godsend and it reassuring to know that Charlie is good hands when I'm at work. He certainly enjoys it and from the way he