Welcome to Paws-Ability!

Dog Training in Cambridge and Little Downham

Due to the current Coronavirus Restricions we are currently changing all our services to on-line Training Programmes. 

The first course we are offering is ‘Good Dog’ Level 1 we start to teach your dog how to be the goodest boy or girl your family could wish for !

Lacking Recall, Reactive Dog, Pulling on the Lead? Check out our 25 day ‘Sexier than a Squirrel Course’!

Paws-ability are a games-based dog training service which aims to create emotionally stable dogs, with a fabulous relationship with their human family, allowing them to make good choices. Our dog training sessions will teach you fun ways of interacting with your dog, building a strong bond that leads to well behaved and happy dogs.  We believe that beneath every behaviour there is a feeling.  And behind each feeling is a need.  And when we meet that need rather than focus on the behaviour, we begin to deal with the cause, not the symptom.

Our head trainer Philippa is now also a trainer for Dogs for Autism.  A charity training dogs to help people with Autism.  Please feel free to browse through our Five Star Google Reviews here!  Paws-ability are also very pleased to have been nominated as one of Three Best Rated Dog Trainers in Cambridge!

We are a Community Interest Company, which means we are a not-for profit organisation who strongly believe in making a difference for dogs, their owners and the wider community.  After costs, any funds left over are used to help people and their dogs who are on a low income and want to attend our sessions.  This also means that with regret we need to impose a cancellation fee on anything cancelled after 48 hours notice of 75%.

Some Top Tips for a Calm Well Behaved Dog

“If your dog is quiet and calm or even asleep, reward with a little treat for him or her to nibble on when they wake up”

“If your dog lacks any recall, you need to make yourself more exciting than a squirrel! – we have games for that!”

“Build your dogs confidence by throwing their kibble in a load of old boxes!”