Wits End Dog Training: helping you to help your dog be the best it can be

Wits End Dog Training, helping you to help your dog be the best it can be.

Wits End Dog Training | Wits End

Ranger is a prime example of the power of Wits Ends training techniques

Have you got a great dog with bad habits?

Does your dog take you for walks?
Is jumping up getting you down?

Hello and welcome from Wits End Dog Training!

If your dream is to have a dog who is a pleasure to be with, to teach your dog to be self-controlled, patient and calm regardless of outside stimulus (cats, squirrels, food, etc.) and to have a dog you can trust to make you happy without making others unhappy, then please explore this site and let us help make your dream a reality!

Wits End Founder, Robin Wenham

Robin Wenham is a dog behavior specialist, professional training instructor and trainer.

"It is my vocation to make a difference
in the lives of the dogs I meet
and the lives of their owners...
I love to solve problems.
I use gentle coaching to prevent
and cure behavioral problems in dogs."

Wits End Philosophy - There are no bad dogs

Wits End training methods are strongly based on the philosophy that there are no bad dogs; there are untrained dogs, poorly trained dogs, confused dogs, and frightened dogs. Please keep this in mind throughout your training journey, as it will help you be the best trainer you can be. Dogs take their cues from humans, so keep calm and focused on the task at hand. - Find out more »

Robin and Smickey - Here Smickey is working on his down stay in a distraction rich environment (food, passersby, other cafe customers, etc).

Training Principles

Once you have familiarized yourself with the theory behind the training, it is time to cover the principles of our dog training techniques. Here you get an idea of what is involved in the entire training process, and achieve a clear understanding of the madness behind the methods, to ensure you have as much success with your personal training as possible. - Find out more »

Training Specifics

From there you can start working your way through the 'Ten Steps to the Perfect Dog' with your own beloved canine companion. Each step is explained in detail so that, combined with the initial principles covered, you can fully comprehend what you should be doing and how you should be doing it. - Find out more »

Wits End News - Keep up to date!

As you get to grips with the training side of Wits End then maybe you would enjoy reading some news articles about what the company has been up to; this includes some views on the current world issues, notes about the collaborative rescue and rehabilitation efforts made recently, and a few small blurbs about rescued dogs that are currently being fostered and are in need of a good home (once you've seen how fun it can be training your dog maybe you could consider adding an extra member to your family!). - Find out more »

Robin and Franklin - Just taking a leash walk around the neighborhood. Your daily walks are the perfect opportunities to practice many commands, including heel, stop and sit.

Already a Wits End client?

The great thing about this website is that you don't need to be a member to access all the training information! However if you are already a client of Wits End Dog Training, we do have a special little member area for you. Once you've signed up for a session plan with one of our trainers you will soon be sent a welcoming email including a 'client number' that you can use to register here, and access a few handy tools, including a homework planner and a schedule which you can request and confirm sessions with your trainer.

Not a client? Don't worry, you can still sign up to our monthly newsletter to receive the latest updates about Wits End, including a variety of training tips and tricks, as well as any training breakthroughs that may come about.

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