I offer a Professional Behavioural Training and Advice in your own home, helping you to deal with any Behavioural Issues that you may have with your dog.
During a Consultation a profile of your dogs behaviour will be built up and I will advise and show you how to correct your dogs behaviour focussing on the particular problem that you have.
Initial consultations last one and a half to two hours, depending on the issues that you may have. Most clients only require a single home visit. But many do follow up with some training sessions at my site.
I will advise on a practical training programme specific to the needs of you and your dog.
I will endeavour to give you all the advice and information you need in your session, however behaviour problems are complex by nature and in some cases follow up sessions may be necessary.
Following a Consultation please expect a lot of hard work and commitment on your part in order to improve your dogs behaviour.
I’m here to support you every step of the way!!
Why should you have One to One Training or a Home Visit??!!
Some of the behaviours I may address in a One to One Training Session or a Home Visit are :
– Walking to heel
– Recall Training
– Aggression with food
– Possessive behaviour (with food or toys)
– Travel sickness/travelling well
– Over excitement
– Nervous behaviour
– Destructiveness in your home
– Crate Training (for puppies or adult dogs)
– Behaviour with or around children/babies
– House training
Home visits are undertaken to help owners to learn to control any difficult and potential problems/unwanted behaviour generally in the home environment.
Many of the dog problems are caused by a lack of respect for their owner – they have simply become the most dominant member of the pack.
Much of this behaviour starts in the home environment which then leads on to further problems out of the home for example…. excitement in the car or aggression towards other dogs on a walk.
Home visits can be useful during the period before a puppy is fully vaccinated. This can help you to establish some ground rules.
Home visits can also help with a rescued dog.
Don’t wait and hope the problem will go away, the longer you wait the greater the stress you and your dog will endure.