A walk With Paul Daly is a one hour walk with me and my assistant and our dogs. The walk is open this time to 10 participants and their dogs.
You have seen our larger socialisation walks but are not sure that you/your dog would cope with such a large group.
I am purposely keeping the group small in order that I can work with each owner during the session. Think of it as a mini 121. It is more personal than our larger walks.
Exercise and socialisation is important for any dog but particularly for those that have not previously been given the opportunity to interact with their own kind. One of the most common behaviours worked with is reactivity towards other dogs. Many dedicated owners will engage the services of a good behaviourist; other dogs do not receive corrective training and can find themselves in rescue when the owners are no longer able to cope.
A canine social walk is an excellent way to socialise your dog and meet like minded people. Paul Daly, a trainer and behaviourist of 20+ years, is on hand throughout the walk to balance the group and guide you with your dog’s behaviour.
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Paul knows his stuff and he may not always say things you want to hear but to better you and your dogs relationship he will say it as it is. He will certainly make life easier for you and your pet and I can highly recommend him. I've had my boy for 10 years now and I know that no-one else wud have coped with him and I thank Paul for this
Just come back from the best walk with my dogs thanks to Paul's help and guidance - so grateful
Reliable, honest, professional. Thoroughly recommend Paul. Amazing man with a wealth of knowledge who listens and understands.
Paul has given me some very practical advice to help us with our challenging rescue dog. He has been very professional and clearly has a lot of experience working with difficult dogs and their owners. I really do appreciate all the time he has taken to assess our circumstances and offer his support and guidance.
Paul was the third behaviourist we have worked with and my only regret is not going to him first. Highly recommended! He provides lifetime support aswell as various different avenues to help from one to one, training classes and pack walks. But most of all he understands the dogs and helps us to understand them the best we can. He changed what we thought was a dead end situation. If you are where we were and have spent £££'s on useless advice elsewhere it's worth one more go . He changed our life and I'm glad we didn't give up and tar all "behaviourists" with the same brush. Angus thanks you too Paul.
Paul is a complete natural when it comes to dogs and understands exactly what they are trying to tell us. There were little signs I was missing when I was out walking with my dog and Paul showed me exactly what to look for and how to deal with it. My dog has come on in leaps and bounds since our 1-1 session and I shall be carrying on with follow ups to keep us both on the right tracks. I would highly recommend him.
Having always had puppies I wasn’t completely prepared for the challenges a rescue dog could bring, certainly not a rather large German Shepherd with anxiety issues! Paul and his team were kindly helping a rescue I volunteer with, and after attending a few pack walks Dexter has moved forward, and gained confidence… but maybe more importantly, so have I! Thank-you…
Paul Daly is simply the best there is. He helped my Nina and Koady when no one else could. My 2 GSD's suffered terribly with excitement anxiety. They were off the chart. But with Paul"s coaching and persistence they became wonderful doggies. Paul continued to maintain an interest and followed their progress offering advice on the way. We owe Paul Daly everything for his help skill and patience. I wouldn't hesitate to recommend him to anyone needing help and have done so on many occasions.
I had a 5year old King Charles and brought home a 8week old King Charles spaniel. Lady struggled to bond with little Poppy as she had me to herself for 5years. She wouldn't let Poppy near here. Poppy also had social anxiety, separation anxiety and howled a great deal. Paul had them for a month and when they came home to me they were fully bonded and loved each other. They played together, ate together nicely and I was able to love both of them without one getting upset. Paul also advised me to get Poppy an MRI scan as he felt she had Syringomyleia a brain condition. I went straight to the vets and pleaded for an MRI scan and she was diagnosed and got the help and medication required to give her a good life. Thanks Paul so much for my wonderful, calm family.
Canine Coaching have supported us on many occasions and have helped us when we have had problems with individual dogs. With his humour, compassion and understanding of our canine friends, we would have absolutely no hesitation in recommending Paul - in fact we have done so, time and time again!