Are you looking for dog training and puppy training in London, Hertfordshire or Essex? Lyn Wilson owns Happy Dogs Training which is based at Elmtree Canine Country Club on the borders of Enfield and Waltham Cross in Hertfordshire/North London.
Happy Dogs Training offers a large and varied dog and puppy training class timetable spread across weekends and evenings. Our instructors regularly attend seminars and courses to ensure we offer a wide range of up to date methods of training in all fields. Dog and puppy training is very important for your pet; they need to have their mind and body stimulated on a regular basis and attending classes gives you and your dog the opportunity to learn new skills and meet new friends.
All dog owners have a responsibility to ensure their dog is socially acceptable and we begin by working with you on the basic principles. Where you decide go from there with your dog is up to you – a well trained dog can be so much fun.
Our trainers are all very passionate about helping you to develop a wonderful relationship with your four legged friend. We use a wide variety of training methods individually tailored to suit your needs. Any age or ability welcome – both people and dogs!
We aim to provide you with the confidence and knowledge to train your dog to be happy, sociable and well behaved. Our main emphasis is on responsible dog ownership with the opportunity to work towards puppy Bronze, Silver and Gold awards. Come along and join our puppy class with your young dog or if you have an older dog and are interested in joining us come along for a free assessment to see which class would benefit you the most.
About Our Trainers
Hi, I’m Lyn Wilson, owner of Happy Dogs Training School. I have two dogs who also participate in a wide range of classes all for fun; they have both passed their Gold Good Citizen Award and take part in our Display Team and promoting responsible dog ownership. I have been involved with dogs all my life and for the last 20 years have been interested in dog training and behaviour. I am passionate about responsible dog ownership and the healthy balance of owning a well-trained dog and still have a life with work, family, and hobbies. I have attended and assisted at many different training clubs before deciding to set up a training centre which could offer everything that the owners I speak to want. We now have an amazing facility that boasts a wide range of classes to satisfy everyone. We have a display team that attends local school fetes and shows to promote responsible dog ownership and to show what fun a well trained dog can be.
I am experienced in the fields of pet obedience, working gun dogs, scent work, Hoopers and agility using a variety of training methods. I have attended college for canine studies (theory and practical) and I am working towards Kennel Club Accreditation. I am an Affiliated Member of the British Institute of Professional Dog Trainers and the RCDTBP and Instructor qualified with the I.A.B.T.C as well as being a qualified Agility Instructor and a qualified Advanced Instructor with the P.D.T.I.
Happy Dogs Trainer
Emma joined the Happy Dogs team in 2018 and gained her PDTI instructors qualification in 2019. Her rescue Staffie named Pretzel is always out and about with her trying lots of new and exciting training, including paddle board classes which along with Puppy Classes, Parkour, Hoopers and our Good Citizen classes, Emma also teaches here at Happy Dogs. So if you fancy trying something slightly different training wise with your dog, Emma is happy to offer advice, she likes to spend time really getting to know all the puppies and owners who join her courses to make sure she can tailor her training advice to each individual.
Happy Dogs Trainer
Jane has been involved with dogs for more than 30 years with a particular love and passion for Rottweilers she has been lucky to share her life with. Jane is an approved dog trainer with The Guide of Dog Trainers and has a keen interest in Canine Behaviour. She is also currently studying for a diploma in Advanced Canine Behaviour with the British College of Canine Studies.