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£ 95 per session

A session is 1 hour long.

(3 sessions are recommended for a start)

Does your dog bark when someone comes to your door? Does your dog cry, whine or pass urine/faeces when you leave him alone? Does your dog refuse to go for walks and is anxious outside? Does your dog lunge, bark or try to attack people or other dogs?

Our dog rehabilitation training packages are designed for all ages, from puppies to adult dogs.

We use positive reinforcement, desensitization & counterconditioning techniques.

Through desensitization and counter-conditioning, we will encourage your dog to un-learn those hard-wired behaviours so that your dog is less responsive to certain stimuli. 

This package is for dogs with

❗ Aggressive behaviour towards people or dogs

❗ Anxiety/Fear

❗ Separation anxiety (2 sessions recommended for a start)

❗ PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder)

❗ Resource guarding (2 sessions recommended for a start)

❗ Reactive behaviour

❗ Barking / Whining (2 sessions recommended for a start)

Please note that the initial assessment, essential questions and verbal advice during the first session take at least 30 minutes.

This consultation is about making the correct diagnosis and understanding your pet, your family and your environment to make a treatment plan which will work for them as an individual. This part of the process is vital and is not about giving you quick fixes.

Not all dogs require physical training, but different techniques and lifestyle changes could help them!

Please note, that not every behavioural issue could fix in recommended numbers, but it’s a good base and start for your dog to learn to handle their negative feelings and you to continue to use the learnt techniques. Might we recommend to book more sessions with us, if necessary.

Please read the Terms and Conditions carefully if you wish to do the training with us.

We can take Veterinary Referrals for behaviour issues you can put through your Pet Insurance. If you have Pet Insurance, your insurer may be willing to pay for any necessary behaviour consultation and training. It is, however worth checking with your specific insurer first.   In all circumstances, your vet must make the referral.

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