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What happens after your dog’s residential training stay with Royvon?

2022-07-07T14:04:35+01:00March 2nd, 2021|Dog Training|

Here at Royvon, we are passionate about our residential training programme and the benefits it can bring for you and your dog. If your pooch has behavioural issues such as anxiety and aggression, it can be the perfect thing to help them. Or, if they need training but you’re tight on time, we can

Which Royvon training option is right for me? Residential vs non residential dog training

2021-03-02T11:29:25+00:00March 2nd, 2021|Dog Training|

When it comes to finding the right training option for your dog, it’s important to get it right. After all, proper training is vital if you and your dog want to live a harmonious life together! However, finding the right option for you and your family is not always easy. There are so many

Using Positive Reinforcement In Dog Training: The Basics

2022-07-08T11:24:45+01:00March 2nd, 2021|Dog Training|

Here at Royvon, we are huge advocates for using positive, reward-based methods for dog training. These methods have many benefits, the biggest one being that they build a relationship based on trust between the dog and their owner. This is in place of a relationship based on fear, where the dog only behaves because

How To House Train Your Puppy: Simple Tips To Make It Easier

2021-03-02T10:55:53+00:00March 2nd, 2021|Dog Training, Puppies|

Owning a brand new puppy is a really exciting time! There’s so much to enjoy when it comes to having an adorable dog around your home. However, it’s also a big commitment. Especially when your puppy is young, it’s important to dedicate all of the necessary time and attention to their training. This will

How To Teach Your Dog To Settle Down When You’re Out And About

2021-03-02T10:56:00+00:00March 2nd, 2021|Dog Training|

One of the biggest joys that comes with having a dog is being able to take them out and about with you, wherever you want to go! Whether it’s a day out at the park or beach, or an outing to a dog-friendly coffee shop or restaurant, having a dog who’s well-behaved and happy enough

An Introduction to Urban Agility, otherwise known as Dog Parkour!

2022-07-07T14:02:10+01:00December 18th, 2020|Dog Training, Life With Dogs|

Owning a dog is a really rewarding experience for a whole number of reasons. You’ll develop a strong bond with your dog that will last their lifetime, have company on long walks, and enjoy playing games together. But what about if you want to take it that one step further and find an activity

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