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Bright Paws Dog Training

Welcome to Bright Paws Dog Training! 

  • Covering the Mid Argyll area including, Lochgilphead, Ardrishaig, Tarbert and Inveraray.

  • Now offering 1-2-1 training sessions, Puppy Classes and Training workshops.

  • Please get in touch today via the link below, email or Facebook messenger and find what we can do for you and your dog. 

  • Instagram: brightpawsdogtraining 

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  • Bright Paws Dog Training uses reward based training approaches only through positive reinforcement.

  • Fully qualified and accredited with the IMDT (Institute of Modern Dog Trainers)

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My Journey...

Where it all began...

Hi, my name is Cheryl and I am a dog trainer based in Argyll, Scotland. I have been an animal lover my whole life and since my partner and I got our own dog Luna, a Welsh Terrier, almost 7 years ago, I decided to pursue my love of animals further.


I am a fully qualified and accredited member of the Institute of Modern Dog Trainers (IMDT). I have spent the last six years studying dog training and have met many great trainers and friends along the way who have supported me greatly and given me many opportunities to expand my knowledge and skills.  


I am currently able to offer 1-2-1 training sessionsPuppy Classes and Training workshops.


Please get in touch for further information and to book a session or class today. 

Have a look below to find out what's currently available at Bright Paws...


1-2-1 Training sessions

Now taking bookings for 1-2-1 training sessions.


Puppy Classes

Now taking bookings for Puppy Classes.

Dog Waving Paw

Training workshops

Now taking bookings for Training workshops.


Training tips

Here you can find some basic training tips to ensure your dog has the skills to live a long and  happy life.


Enrichment ideas

Keeping your dog mentally stimulated is equally as important as keeping them physically fit. Find out how you can do this by visiting the enrichment ideas page.

"Play is often talked about as if it were a relief from serious learning. But for dogs play is serious learning.”

Adapted from Fred Rogers

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