Dog Training is an investment that pays off by making life with your dog easier and more enjoyable.


Once you have undergone the initial assessment and completed the homework set, you then have access to classes. Classes are as follows:
In this class, there are a variety of dogs, all at different stages of training. The aim of the class is to extract the best behaviour out of your dog, in a number of real life situations, whilst being subjected to the sorts of heavy distractions you will find out there in the real world. All of this to be done in a fun and interactive manner. You will also learn the basics of obedience (sit, down, stand, stay, recall…etc). Good behaviour class is on WEDNESDAY 19.00-20.00 & SATURDAY 14.00-15.00. PLEASE CHECK THE ‘CLIENTS JOURNEY’ FACEBOOK GROUP BEFORE LEAVING FOR CLASS IN THE UNLIKELY CASE OF LAST MINUTE CANCELATION. ALTERNATIVELY, MESSAGE DANNY.
This class is based around personal protection, security dogs and working trial preparation. It is here where the unleashed team selects the Unleashed Team. Class is held on TUESDAY 20.00-22.30.
Clients are able to work their way up from the Good Behaviour class into the ‘advanced obedience’ class, should they wish to. This class is on TUESDAY 19.00-20.00 (BEFORE PROTECTION CLUB)


The unleashed team has trained both dogs and handlers for a number of prestigious clients in the past. Some of which include the premier leagues top flight football clubs. Team has also delivered a number of courses in both passive and proactive search.

Unleashed K9 Services still provide both dog and handler training for scent detection. However, the Unleashed team will not certify under any of the current awarding bodies.

If you are interested in this kind of training or are struggling with some unwanted (learnt) behaviour from your current search dog, training is done on a 1:1 basis and is 50 pounds per hour following completion of your initial assessment.


All trainings with the unleashed team start out with an initial assessment.

This is imperative in order to set you onto the right path and lay essential foundations prior to attending classes or furthering training.

During your initial assessment, your trainer will have an in-depth conversation with you regarding your dog’s current behaviour and all possible factors that have contributed towards any unwanted behaviour. If there is no apparent unwanted behaviour, the conversation will be utilised to discuss and assess your training goals.

After this discussion, your trainer will handle your dog practically and work with him/her in order to find a suitable starting point for yourself and your dog to begin training. The trainer will provide a detailed overview of all techniques and learning theory and make any reasonable adjustments to suit the individual needs of your dog and yourself as handler.

Following the above, there will be time for you to handle your dog and put what you have learned into practice under the supervision of your chosen trainer. We understand that this can be quite daunting to new clients but rest assured, you will be encouraged and have the full support of your trainer.

Unleashed K9 Services are there with you every step of the way so please don’t be nervous.

Once you are happy with your handling we will then task you with some homework in order to generalise what you have learnt at the training centre within your dog’s home environment. Homework is normally expected to last around 3-4 weeks, as repetition is key when changing behaviour.

During your homework, you will have your trainer’s full support via message/voice note. This allows your trainer the opportunity to liaise with you on a one to one basis for support and you can send videos of your progress privately for feedback.

The cost of the Initial assessment is £150 for a general assessment, and £200 if there is any aggression/reactivity present.


The only circumstances in which your trainer will not handle your dog will be if they deem such handling to be counter productive for the dog itself. It is extremely rare that this is the case, but welfare will always be our top priority.

Puppy Assessments (14 weeks – 6 months) – The initial stages of the assessment remain the same, assessing your dogs temperament, your current routine, handling style and objectives.

The trainer will then discuss how to aid your puppy to reaching his/her full potential and make amendments to your current routine and handling style to support this. Your trainer will cover a variety of training techniques to assist you in laying the much needed foundations. You will be tasked with homework and invited back for a free follow up session to ensure that you are on the right path. Puppy assessments are £150, however this also includes one follow up session.


Protection dogs, or potential protection prospects, must take part in a mandatory initial assessment prior to any training. This assessment is to observe the dog’s temperament and handler and dog capabilities, as well as to allow discussion of objectives and training goals together with essential safety considerations and control requirements.


Behaviour modification is the process of changing patterns of dog behaviour using various techniques and methodology. The ultimate goal is to swap objectionable, problematic, or dangerous behaviours with more positive, desirable behaviours. Behaviour modification works with the majority of dogs and has many ways of application.

It is relatively easy to make change. The hard part, is sticking to these changes long enough to create new habits and seeing the old habits a thing of the past. Consistency is key.

Behaviour modification says that we can change the way our dogs act, or react, by learning and an association to their actions. You can’t force a dog to change their behaviour. You can, however, motivate them to change their behaviour by changing the environment and offering incentives.

The psychologist B.F. Skinner, known for his research on operant conditioning (the precursor to behaviour modification), postulated that if the consequences of an action are negative, there is a good chance the action or behaviour will not be repeated, and if the consequences are positive, the chances are better that the action or behaviour will be repeated. He referred to this concept as “the principle of reinforcement.”

Put simply, Skinner’s behaviour modification model is a way to change habits by following actions up with positive or negative consequences to either break bad habits or reinforce good habits to continue.

You can try to develop and implement a behaviour modification plan on your own. However, your dog will be far better off if you seek the help of skilled professionals who specializes in canine behaviour modification.

You might already be aware of what is known today as ‘Force Free’ dog training. This method of dog training is practiced by a community of people who believe that dogs should only learn by implementing positive reinforcement (R+). Whilst we all ‘wish’ that this was a realistic approach to behaviour change, unfortunately R+ alone has never been proven to decrease the likelihood of unwanted/self rewarding behaviour reoccurring.
Please contact us for more information.

Why Choose Us

All trainers at Unleashed are time served and have had to prove their competence and skill level over a number of years before being offered a position as a trainer.


We Succeeded in The Mental Formation of Pets.


We Make Your Relationship With Your Pet Harmonious.


We Develop Your Pet's Intellectual Ability.


We Stimulate The Ability To Increase Your Pet's Potential In A Positive Direction.