When you bring your puppy home you need to start training him or her straight away. The training that we offer at Paws 4 Training within our 1-2-1 programmes is behaviour-based.

What does this mean?

To put it simply, we work with our puppies to teach them how to problem solve so we aren’t telling them to do this or that.

It is beneficial for their brain development, especially when they hit the adolescent wall from around 14 weeks of age!

We can work with you from the day you bring your terrier home and support you with correct socialisation and training right from the start to help prevent the problems from developing that are all too common with terriers.

Excessive barking is one of the most common behaviour problems with terriers and being dog or people reactive.

This may be due to genetics, lack of crucial early socialisation and habituation from the breeder and then not continuing with the correct socialisation when you bring your puppy home.

Terriers love to work! With an incredible appetite to have a go at anything. I am yet to find an activity that my terrier doesn’t enjoy doing.

General training
Trick training
Scent work
Canine Hoopers
Barn Hunt

There are so many other activities that you can do with your terrier.

They really are have-a-go heroes and love to please. What they lack in size they make up for in their personalities. They really are small and mighty and will try their best at everything. 


Sessions can take place evenings and Saturdays. Daytime Monday – Thursday during term time.


5th September 2023 – 19th October 2023
6th November 2023 – 14th December 2023
2nd January 2024 – 8th February 2024
26th February 2024 – 4th April 2024
22nd April 2024 – 30th May 2024
17th June 2024 – 31st July 2024

Please refer to our Ts & Cs for timescales for 1-2-1s to be used

How to Book

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