5-Star Dog Training in Melbourne
5-Star Dog Training in Melbourne
Owning a dog can be a hugely rewarding experience and we are here to help Melbourne dog owners enjoy a positive relationship with their dogs. With a range of services for dogs and puppies, we will tailor a training or behaviour modification course to you and your pet.
I’ve brought together a team of brilliant trainers to provide Melbourne dog owners with the very best standard of training that we can offer. Visit our team page to meet the Positive K9 Training dog trainers.
Puppies between 8 weeks – 6 months old have access to Positive K9 Training Puppy School. We also provide in-home training for puppies who require a little extra help with their training. Our puppy trainers are committed to helping your puppy reach it full potential!
The ultimate training package for dogs over 6 months of age!
You and your dog get an in-home session tailored to your specific needs. This is followed by group obedience classes to build on skills learned in your in-home session. This package is designed to provide everything you need to help your dog become a safe and trusted member of your family.
For dogs with serious behavioural problems, we offer our Behavioural Training Program. Overcoming serious behaviour issues requires a holistic approach – one that addresses the underlying causes, not just the symptoms. Please contact us to discuss behavioural training and book your initial session.
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Over the years, we’ve worked with a lot of dog owners in Melbourne with great results. You can hear from some of these people on our testimonials page.
In the time that Positive K9 Training have been providing puppy training and dog training in Melbourne, the team has grown from Head Trainer Chris Loverseed to the current team of eight dog trainers. Together, we provide in-home dog training throughout Melbourne’s Northern and Eastern suburbs, some Eastern rural suburbs and the Mornington Peninsula. Our Sunday classes are held at Reservoir Reserve in Kew each Sunday where all eight trainers help dogs and their owners progress through four levels of obedience and lifestyle training.
“I’m really proud of the team and the results we’re getting for Melbourne’s dog owners!” – Chris
“I love seeing the results that we get for people and their dogs!”
I have a balanced approach when it comes to working with dogs. As long as I can remember, I could be found with a dog and lead in hand. I have had a lifelong interest in the way dogs act, and have constantly wanted to bring the best out of every pet. Read more about Chris >
“Rescue dogs are my soft spot, I really enjoy the opportunity to be able to rehabilitate a dog…”
Sandy has completed a wide range of dog training programs, including NDTF Cert III in Dog Behaviour and Training, K9 Noseworks Seminar – Chews, Foster Carer Seminar with Trish Harris and Lets Play Tricks 3 day workshop with Julija Kinghorn & Amanda Murcott. She brings a wealth of knowledge to the Positive K9 Training team and you’ll likely meet her at one of our Sunday Puppy School or dog lifestyle obedience classes. Read more about Sandy >
“I love dog obedience more than any other training discipline – although tracking is up there. I particularly love precision and competition dog obedience.”
Ebony has completed the Certificate III in Dog Behaviour and Training with the National Dog Trainers Federation and attended a wide range of programs on canine nutrition, precision obedience and how to deal with dog aggression.
When she’s not training dogs in Melbourne homes or at Positive Puppy School, Ebony also writes for the PK9 blog. You’ll find her top tips for new puppy owners and insight on elements of dog psychology and how it can be used to be a better dog owner. Read more about Ebony >
“Make sure that you and your furry friend are always enjoying training.”
Originally from Germany, Birte was inspired at a young age by watching a neighbour train German Shepherds as police dogs. Extensive training education and teaching experience in both Germany and Australia make Birte a real asset to the Positive K9 Training team. Read more about Birte >
“I love any form of training which involves dogs using their natural senses, instincts and abilities – such as scent detection and agility.”
Originally from England, Jo is passionate about everything to do with dogs. Her calm and consistent approach consistently gets great results at Positive Puppy School and in our Lifestyle Dog Obedience Classes. Jo has attended the following dog training and k9 behaviour programs: Amichien Bonding Foundation course & NDTF Cert III Dog Training & Behaviour, Training With Clarity Seminar (The K9 Company), Dog Behaviour Seminar; Animal Aid, Coldstream. Read more about Jo >
“I am most interested in dog obedience. I prefer a dog that is well behaved, rather than one that does tricks.”
With brilliantly practical advice, Nicki helps dog owners and our Obedience Classes develop skills that allow them to safely navigate their neighbourhood (loose leash walking, of course) and socialise with other dogs and people along the way. Nicki’s top piece of advice for dog owners… Breathe and relax! If you get frustrated while training, just stop for a while. Dogs feel the tension and you’ll likely get better results when you’re calm. Read more about Nicki >
“It’s great to see the owners in class develop such strong relationships with their dogs!”
Geraldine brings years of experience to the team – in dog obedience training and K9 competition training. She has a no-nonsense approach that gets great results. You’ll find her in training groups of particularly obedient dogs (and owners) at Sunday classes. Read more about Geraldine >
“I love being surrounded by lots of dogs and doggie people and talking about dogs as much as I want!”
Max has attended a range of training education in dog aggression, scent tracking and first aid – as well as a NDTF Cert lll in Dog Behaviour & Training. Max’s top advice for dog owners is to work on your own behaviour first – If you want your dog to be calm, you have to be a calm person first. He also suggests that you brush your dogs teeth every day. Read more about Max >