Bundall, Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia

0467652576 Servicing the Gold Coast

Happy Dog Training on the Gold Coast

Welcome to Happy Dog Training

“A happy balanced dog equals a happy home”

About

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Meet your trainer Mike

Mike has not had a time in his life when he was not around dogs. It has been this love that has inspired him to help others achieve what he has always had. That is, balanced dogs and a balanced home. Most people have good intentions when getting a dog. Unfortunately, for many reasons it doesn't end up that way. Mike has been training dogs for over 10 years and understands not only the importance of training the dog, but  also the importance of communicating clearly enough with the dog's owners so that they understand where the issue is coming from so that they can continue to work with their dog long after Mike has left. In effect, the owners will become the dog trainers

Dogs enjoying the beautiful water on the Gold Coast

The Gold Coast is a dogs paradise

If there was one place on Earth that you would want to grow up as a dog, it would be the beautiful Gold Coast. With beautiful weather all year round, stunning coastal walks, lots of friendly dog parks as well as of leash beaches, there really is no excuse not go get out and about with our beautiful dogs. Mike is happy to work with you and your dog wherever your dog has the issue. Whether its at home, your local cafe or the above mentioned dog parks, walks and beaches, no location is too much trouble 


Please click the link below for a list of all dog exercise areas


http://www.goldcoast.qld.gov.au/thegoldcoast/dog-exercise-areas-972.html

dog walking Gold Coast

Tips from Mike

Try and give your dog at least an hours exercise every day


Make sure that your dog is as calm as possible before going for a walk


Do not assume that because your dog is good with your children that they will be good with all children


When going to a dog park for the first time, keep your dog on a leash until you and your dog are comfortable. Try and keep calm and relaxed


Discourage people from patting your dog if they jump up. This will only encourage this behaviour