About Viking Dog Training
My name is Marianne Hovde and I started Viking Dog Training in late 2011. Viking Dog Training specialises in one-on-one in-home training for dogs and their people.
If you've just brought home a new puppy, or you have an adult dog who has never had any training, or you have a dog with behavioural issues, you're in the right place.
I am passionate about training dogs in a way that is humane, scientific, and effective. This type of training results in a dog who wants to do what we want him to do, not because he is scared of what might happen to him if he doesn't listen.
In the last 5 years I've been in business, I've worked with hundreds of dogs and over 60 different breeds. I believe all dog breeds can be trained! Check out my testimonials page to see what some of my previous clients have said about me.
I'm an NDTF certified dog trainer. The NDTF course is the only accredited dog trainer course in Australia. I have also attended seminars and workshops with some of the best dog trainers in the world, such as Susan Garrett and Grisha Stewart. I believe a good dog trainer never stops learning.
Getting your new puppy started with training early will make him or her easier to live with, more responsive to you, and help prevent behavioural issues later on.
Don't wait until your dog hits adolescence before you book in your training session. Go to the contact page using the link below to book in your training session today.
If you've just brought home an adult dog, the first few days is the easiest time to introduce new rules around the house, and it's important to start building your relationship as soon as possible. We can do a training session as early as the next day after you bring your new dog home. Don't wait for those niggling concerns to become bad habits.
Sorting out behavioural issues is in the best interest of both you and your dog. A dog with issues is just as stressed and frustrated as his owners. The sooner we get started working with your dog's issues, the easier it will be and the sooner your dog will get better.
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