I hold an Advanced Diploma in Dog Behaviour (Distinction) from the British College of Canine Studies, an accredited qualification. My credentials can be found on their website.
The price includes a home visit, or another location of your choice.
For behavioural consultations, first of all a detailed analysis is carried out, designed to establish problem areas. Then I will work with you and your dog, either in your home or out and about, depending on your requirements. For example, with a dog that pulls on the lead, it may be beneficial to go for a short walk to put into practice some of the techniques. I will then draw up a behaviour modification programme specifically designed for you and your dog, which you can then refer to in the coming days and weeks. This will be emailed to you, or posted if you prefer. Ongoing support via email will be available to you for a further four weeks following the consultation.
For the full behavioural consultation it is variable as each case is different, but on average the duration will be between 2 – 3.5 hours.
Both puppy visits are 1.5 hour sessions.
All other 1-1 home visits and training sessions are priced per hour.
Yes. Total travelling distance from my home address of over 10 miles (return journey included) will incur a charge of 50 pence per mile.
Yes, I am fully insured. A copy of my Public Liability and Indemnity policy is available to view on request.
Yes. For example, I can help with introducing a new dog into the home, including integration with other family pets, to ensure that everything goes smoothly. I can assist with rescued/rehomed dogs of any age, who often need patience and extra care in the early days of your relationship.
If you have a specific area you would like to work on with your dog, e.g. recall, we can schedule a private session at a convenient location.
I am flexible. If you have a specific request, please contact me.