Dog Training in Singapore
Dog obedience training is especially important in a multi-racial country like Singapore. Dogs need to be trained in order to be socially acceptable in public places and that is why dog training is no longer just for people who wants to have a well-behaved dog. Dog training is definitely now an essential part of owning a pet dog in Singapore.
At Waggies, we conduct private lessons & group classes. However, we highly recommend group classes for best results because we get to experience real-life distractions & better motivation levels in a class environment.
Our basic dog obedience course will cover all behavioural problems such as toilet/potty training, chewing problems, barking problems, biting & dog aggression. By the end of the 10-week course, you will also have mastered advanced “off leash” techniques where your dog will respond to basic commands without being on the leash.
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Dog Trainer – Patrick Wong
Patrick, who owns Waggies, is the most acclaimed dog trainer in Singapore with a portfolio that no other dog trainers can match. He has more than 30 years of experience conducting obedience training classes of all levels that meet international competition standards. He has coached countless students towards Dog Obedience competitions, with many winning accolades such as “Obedience Dog of the Year” & “Utility Dog of the Year” titles since 1987. A handful of students who were inspired by his passion have gone professional as well.
Patrick is also the most sought-after “Star Animal” trainer in local media. His trained dogs have been featured very prominently in TV productions, stage performances, musicals as well as press, magazines and TV commercials.Patrick advocates a set of good dog training methods that are efficient and effective. The dog obedience training class teaches dog owners to understand the fundamentals of a dog’s behaviour to bond better with their canine friend. On a lighter side of things, the dog training sessions will also allow your furry friend to socialise with other dogs in the class and make friends!