We have collected a number of FAQ’s. If you have any other questions or want to get in touch, please don’t hesitate to call now or use any of the ways at the contact us page.

What organisations and projects do we support?2015-08-18T03:29:41+00:00

Savour Life

Delta Society

Ultimo Tafe

Association of animal behavior professionals

Association of pet dog training Australia

Dogs NSW

Guide Dogs NSW/ACT

Sydney Dogs and Cats Home

Australian performance dog sports

Australian working dog rescue

Animal welfare league NSW

Pet Rescue

Vet central Animal Hospital

What methods of payments do we accept?2023-06-26T03:13:04+00:00

We accept Cash and bank transfers only.

What dog parks and sites do we visit?2015-08-18T03:28:31+00:00

Bardon Park, Coogee

Baker Park, Coogee

Waverley Park, Bondi – near Tennis Courts in the South-West Corner

Blackman Park, Lane Cove

Stringy Bark Creek Reserve, Lane Cove

Kingsford Smith Oval, Longueville

Moore Reserve Open 24 hours Monday to Friday

Moore Park – Colson Crescent, Monterey

Drummoyne Park off Bayswater Street

Hawthorne Canal, Leichhardt

Elkington Park, Balmain

Lidcombe Oval in Wyatt Park, Auburn

Parramatta Park Caroline St Entrance near Westmead Station

Five Dock Park, Ingham Avenue

What do I need for any training sessions?2015-08-18T03:27:12+00:00

We encourage you to bring any family members or friends who have access to your special family pet. All you need to bring to any sessions is – your dog, normal collar and lead and plenty of treats, cut into 20 pieces. ( for safety reasons no children under the age 18 are aloud to group sessions) Current vaccination certificates are required for group sessions only.

Do we offer private / group sessions?2015-08-18T03:26:25+00:00

Yes we do, please contact DOG CREW to get the latest info on your local group sessions or for any private bookings.

What’s our training methods like?2018-04-10T06:02:45+00:00

We view canines as highly social animals. Both behavioural & psychological patterns account for their trainability, playfulness, conditioning and ability to fit into your household/workplace and social situations. Much of their natural instinctive behaviour revolves around learning how to interact with other members of their species. If you can’t provide that, We can assist!

Our trainers will help domesticate your dogs to their preferred living, in a social environment. We have many trained K9’s willing to help us rehabilitate your special family pet. A dog without a pack leader or direction often becomes destructive and unmanageable to live with.

As puppies, their play with other family members is important as it teaches them how to properly interact. Even puppies need to know who the leader is in their social setting.

We educate all our clients, so knowing what normal dog behaviour is, will help you understand why your dog does what he/she does. This can help prevent some behavioural problems from occurring, and can help you retrain and direct your dog if bad habits develop.

Ask us for YOUR FREE DOG CREW Info pack when booking, this includes general tips and information based on your breed, age and training abilities.

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