Muttley Matters

Dog tricks training - does your dog have talent?

Would you like to have fun with your dog, give your dog some constructive mental stimulation and take your training skills to the next level?

Then contact Odette today to enquire about trick training. 

Have fun and unlock your dog's potential

Tricks can help dogs concentrate, learn body awareness and it can be a great confidence booster.

It fosters a relationship based on cooperation and mutual understanding. Another added bonus is that once you are into trick training teaching basic obedience skills such as sit, lie down and loose lead walking will come so much easier and quicker.


Pawsitive training

Odette is a qualified Force Free Trick Trainer (FFTT)Odette is both a Certified Trick Dog Instructor (CTDI) and a qualified Force Free Trick Trainer (FFTT). Odette teaches without the use of aversives, force, or intimidation.  The focus of the training sessions is enjoyment and success for both the humans and dogs alike. All of the tricks, from cross paws to tidy toys, are achieved through positive reinforcement training using techniques such as luring, targeting and shaping and a marker signal such as a clicker.

As a trick title assessor Odette will also happily coach you through the requirements for Doghouse and Do More With Your Dog trick titles. You can watch Odette’s own dogs and some of her clients’ trick title application videos on the Muttley Matters YouTube channel.


Dog tricks training with OdetteStart trick training

Odette has 4 options for you:

  • Join her weekly trick training class in Horsham
  • Join one of her trick training workshops
  • Book 121 trick training in her private fields
  • Book 121 trick training in the comfort of your home

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Contact Odette today to enquire about trick training!


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Odette is a Certified Trick Dog Instructor, a qualified Force Free Trick Trainer and full member of the Institute of Modern Dog Trainers, and the Association of Pet Dog Trainers

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