Our aim is to build a lifelong bond between humans and their pets, through a combination of educational, training and fun methods.
Here at The Dog Knows we agree that like many things in life, the sooner you start to learn something the easier it is.
However, we are also confident in the fact that it is never too late to start learning or changing old habits to experience something special.
Which is why we believe in the benefits of providing, fun, practical and educational classes for everyone.
Think Dog, Talk Dog Session
One to one session to target a specific behaviour with your puppy.
The Pawfect Five Package
A package of 5 classes to focus on your puppies individual needs.
The Pawsome Ten Package
A package of 10 classes to focus on your puppies individual needs.
"This class was fantastic for our new pup and daughter. Definitely signing up for next term. It is brilliant socialisation for your dog and great for kids confidence. Mary was absolutely fantastic and each week took time out to also give me obedience training techniques for our new pup. As first time dog owners we really appreciated this. Cannot recommend these classes enough!"
"Just finished a zoom consultation with Mary to figure out what’s best for our new puppy. So, so, so helpful & can’t wait to see what suggestions she has for us to get on the right road with Teddy."
"I had an amazing zoom call with Mary. She consulted with us a family, and new owners to a German shepherd puppy. Fantastic advice on nipping and setting ground rules as a family. Thanks again Mary, kids really enjoyed the session!"
"An absolutely fantastic dog training class, Ailbhe and Buddha have learned so much and the bond between them is amazing, all thanks to Mary!"
Let's get social
Did you grow up with pets in your house? Can you remember what it felt like? Did they make you feel safe or like you had someone to talk to who you could trust without judgement? I know I did!
Why do we do the things we do?
I was recently asked how I came to be doing what I’m doing (working with families and dogs). This really made me smile. As, over the last three years I have asked this question of myself many times.