“DOGS do SPEAK, but only to those who know HOW TO LISTEN”
Booking: When you book your Behaviour Package you will be asked to fill in a brief outline of the problems you are experiencing. You will receive a confirmation email following your booking with a veterinary referral form attached. For any behaviour consultation we will require a signed consent form from your vet. It is important that we have a collaborative relationship with your vet as medical issues can play a huge part in behavioural problems, and behavioural problems can be the most obvious symptoms of medical problems! I keep your vet is kept fully informed of our progress so your dog's records can be updated.
Part 1: History, First Aid and Management: (Approx two to three hours). The first part of your consultation is usually held online (zoom). I prefer to use zoom for our initial conversation as it allows me to see how your dog is at home without the distraction of a visitor present and allows you to concentrate on our conversation without having to worry about managing your dog around visitors. If you prefer to meet face to face you are welcome to come to our office in Llanellen, however, whether your dog attends the initial session will depend on the issues you are having. If your dog is nervous in new a place, or of new people it may be better that they stay at home so we can talk without worrying about them. Following this appointment you will receive an interim report which includes advice on any routine, management and initial training that will need to be put in place.
Part 2: Behaviour Modification Plan: (Approx an hour to an hour and a half). This session is usually a couple of weeks after our initial conversation. It may be held here at our office, at your home*, or online, depending on the needs of your individual circumstances. During this session we will cover your individualised training plan to help change your dog's emotions and behaviours. Following this session you will receive a full report, which will also be forwarded to your vet with all the recommendations that we have discussed.
Part 3: Training Sessions: If you would like help to put your training plan into practice additional sessions can be booked as and when you need. These can be held here at our training ground, at your home*, or at a public location such as a park*. Sessions last for up to 90 minutes and we will review your progress and work through your behaviour modification plan together. You will be given links to book after your second session; the cost is £75 per session or £200 for a block of three sessions.
Part 4: Follow up: About a month after we have put your training plan in place and completed all your training sessions, we will arrange a follow up zoom or telephone call to assess how you and your dog have progressed. During this meeting we will discuss any tweek's that may be needed or you may choose to book additional sessions if you need ongoing support.
£55 - online
Online zoom / telephone call, to discuss your individual situation and advise on the most appropriate service. We may provide first aid advice to manage the problems you are experiencing while you wait for your behaviour consult or training appointment.
£75 per session or £200 for a block of three
For help to put into practice you individualised training plan. These sessions last up to 90 minutes and can be booked as and when you need help or guidance to work through your plan. We will review your progress and make any adjustments that might be needed as well as work on the practical training that you might need to put in place. All sessions are followed up with comprehensive notes for you to refer back to as needed. You will be given links to book these sessions once you have completed your behaviour consultation.
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