If you’re seeking local dog training Wolverhampton, our team at The Pet Leisure Co. can help. With many years of professional experience, we deliver an award-winning service.
Using patience, kindness and compassion, we can get your dog on track. Moreover, we are fully DBS checked and insured.
For more information about our dog training Wolverhampton, contact The Pet Leisure Co. on 01543 523 850.
Local Dog Trainers
At The Pet Leisure Co., we offer comprehensive dog training in Wolverhampton and surrounding areas. With a range of different classes, we can help you build a strong bond with your dog. Our classes are designed to be fun, and we provide you with the appropriate support.
Training is an essential tool for managing your dog’s behaviour. It also helps to establish clear communication and improve your relationship. At The Pet Leisure Co., we aim to help you feel confident in any situation.
After a free consultation, we will sit together and discuss your goals. Alongside training, we will give you a full handover and frequently update your dog’s progress after each training session.
We provide you and your dog with a positive training experience.
Our Available Services
At The Pet Leisure Co., we offer a wide range of dog training services in Wolverhampton and the surrounding areas. Whether you have a new puppy, or your pet has some behaviour issues, we will find the best training solution.
Our team believes that one size doesn’t fit all, so we constantly tailor our methods to suit your pet. Some of our services include:
- 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 more information about our available services, don’t hesitate to call us on 01543 523 850. We are always on hand to offer advice.
Wolverhampton is a city in the West Midlands. During the Industrial Revolution, it became a major centre for coal mining, steel production and the manufacture of vehicles. Today, there are many things to see and do.
Wightwick Manor and Gardens is a Victorian manor house owned by the National Trust. The manor has a collection of artwork on display. It also boasts 17 acres of woodland and gardens. Alternatively, visit Moseley Old Hall, a 17th century house famous for hiding King Charles II after the Battle of Worcester in 1651.
If you’re a fan of the Wolverhampton Wanderers, take a unique museum experience. Available on matchdays, you can meet former players and visit the Wolves Museum. Go behind the scenes at Molineux Stadium and see inside the player’s tunnel and dressing room.