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Specialist Dobermann Training

Need help training your Dobermann? You have come to the right place!


I have worked with Dobermanns for many years and have a strong passion for the breed. I have held the Luftez Kennel club affix since 2011 and have since competed with Dobermanns in various sports including IGP, competition obedience, rally and the show ring, achieving various accolades in each. I currently own two home bred Dobermanns, but frequently work with dogs from all backgrounds, from European imports to rescue dogs. I believe having an in depth understanding of the breed is crucial to achieving success when working with them.


Experienced, qualified and trusted

I hold both academic qualifications and have extensive experience working with the Dobermann breed, including achieving at 1st at Harper Adams University BIPDT course and training multiple Dobermanns to IGP3 (the top level of IGP/Schutzhund training). I believe this is key to establishing the correct methods for the dog as an individual. 

Common Dobermann Behaviour problems

I can confidently assure you that no behavioural challenge you are experiencing will be unfamiliar to me. I have successfully navigated a wide spectrum of Dobermann behavioural problems and can provide tailored solutions to meet your needs. 

  • Separation anxiety

  • Dog aggression

  • Reactivity

  • Destructive behaviour

  • Fearfulness

  • Pulling on the leash

  • Recall

  • Livestock chasing

  • Jumping up

  • Excessive barking

  • Attention seeking

  • Resource guarding

  • OCD behaviour


Our Services


121 Training

121 training includes personalised training sessions between trainer and owner to create a training plan to resolve behavioural and training issues or work towards training goals. Hands on guidance, feedback, support and techniques to achieve practical results. 


Residential training

Residential dog training, also known as board-and-train, is a comprehensive training program where dogs stay for training. During their stay, the dog receives intensive training, behaviour modification and socialisation in a comfortable, relaxed home environment.


IGP Club

Training for IGP (Formerly known as Schutzhund) in a group environment. Consisting of three phases; tracking, obedience and protection training, IGP sport is a great way to improve a dog's engagement and use their natural drives.

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