At The Pet Leisure Co., we provide a comprehensive programme of dog training Walsall. Our classes are designed to improve mutual understanding and communication.
Furthermore, our team provides the support you need. We welcome all breeds, ages and abilities.
For more information about our dog training Walsall, contact The Pet Leisure Co. on 01543 523 850.
Professional 1-1 Training
Here at The Pet Leisure Co., our training classes are tailored to you and your dog. Provided in a safe, natural environment, we take the time to understand your pet’s needs. Dog training offers a wide range of advantages, especially for improving the overall bond with your pet.
With our 1-1 classes, we can work on exactly what you want to achieve. At The Pet Leisure Co., we understand that people and dogs all have different learning styles. Therefore, we offer the best support and experience possible.
We aim to help you learn more about your dog and how to work together to achieve your goals. Hard work and commitment are essential in our 1-1 dog training Walsall, and our team offers the highest standard of service.
Our training sessions offer a variety of levels to meet the needs of your dog.
Choose The Pet Leisure Co.
Since our establishment, our team at The Pet Leisure Co. has delivered a high standard of dog training Walsall. We take the time to understand your dog’s every need and deliver a bespoke service that will work.
Our wealth of experience is unrivalled. Working with a wide variety of dogs and their owners, we also offer the following:
- Group Walks
- Walk & Train 1-1
- Puppy Training & Development 10 Hour Plan
- Puppy Training 1-1
- Home Visits (Depending on Postcode)
- Meet & Greet
- 1-1 Walk
- Puppy Training & Development 5 Hour Plan
- Board & Train Per Day
- Group Walk 60 Minutes
For your peace of mind, we are fully DBS checked and insured. This means we deliver only the very best in pet services. Moreover, we place great emphasis on your dog’s safety and comfort.
Walsall is a market town in the West Midlands with a population of 283,663. The Industrial Revolution played a huge part in the town’s expansion. Today there are many things to see and do.
Visit Walsall Leather Museum. Set in a Victorian factory building, learn of the area’s leather trade and how it became an international saddle-making centre. The museum also houses a research library of specialist works about the leather and craft industry. Additionally, visit Aldridge Transport Museum and learn of the legacy of road transport in the West Midlands.
Walsall Arboretum is a Victorian public park close to the town centre. First opened in 1874, the park spans 170 acres. The area is bursting with flowers and wildlife.