Measured Pawfection is the new name for Pershore and Evesham Puppy School which has been running since 2015. In 2017 we expanded our services and locations, so we decided that we needed a name that wasn't location specific, and had much more meaning.
So why are we called Measured Pawfection? - well we readily measure/test our progress as we are training our puppies/dogs and let it guide our path to help us identify what we need to do next to move our training on to the next level to achieve Pawfection!
Measured Pawfection run their Puppy Classes and Puppy University classes under franchise with 'Puppy School'.
Puppy School is an established network of puppy class tutors. At our puppy training classes, only kind, effective reward-based techniques are used and puppies are 'educated' to have good manners, be friendly with adults, children and other dogs, and to respond to commands.
The founder and director of Puppy School is Gwen Bailey who set up this network in 2002, to help owners give their puppies the best possible start in life, by using gentle reward based training.
Gwen is an internationally renowned dog trainer and behaviourist who has written 9 books on animal behaviour and lectures on the subject worldwide.
About Measured Pawfection
Measured Pawfection is run by me, Sue Price.
I am a member of the Association of Pet Dog Trainers(membership no 1384), which is an organisation that promotes positive, effective training techniques using the latest modern learning theory.
I have been training puppies and dogs for over 6 years now, and after completing extensive training with Puppy School I qualified as a Puppy School tutor in October 2015 and Puppy University Trainer in September 2016.
I only use kind, reward based training using food and toys to ensure both puppy and owners have a happy an enjoyable experience.
In 2013 myself and my dog Alfred was selected to be in the team for the Kennel Club's Gold Good Citizen Dog Scheme Display team.
This meant months of practise and training, and over 3 days at crufts we demonstrated the Kennel Clubs Display routine numerous times. This culminated with appearing in the main arena on the Sunday morning on TV!. It was an amazing experience which I am so proud to have been part of with my dog Alfred.
I am always undertaking further learning and training so that I stay up to date with the newest positive reward-based training techniques.