Behavioural Sessions

Behavioural Consults involve either general behavioural training, reactivity training sessions or multi-dog household sessions. An initial consultation is required which is a 2 hour session to discuss through all requirements, pricing, history, management and more, this is £100. 

All  sessions MUST HAVE a FULL vet check beforehand to rule out any potential medical issues and are required to take part in a questionnaire as well as sign a copy of terms and conditions. These forms can be viewed below:

Vet Referral Form

Behaviour Questionnaire 

Terms and Conditions 

Reactivity Training

£55 per session or find out about our reactivity programmes

Reactivity Training covers a dogs reaction to stimuli it finds overwhelming. This is mostly common to dogs or people but can be for any stimuli that goes on outside. This involves behaviours such as barking, lunging, spinning, nipping, biting, chasing etc.. You MUST to have a FULL vet check occurred beforehand to rule out medical issues. The sort of behaviours that can be covered include; 

  • Dog-Dog and People Reactivity 

  • Car/Bike/Scooter chasing 

  • Reactions to outside noises 

  • Frustrated based behaviours 

  • Lead-Reactivity 

  • Over-arousal behaviours

Behaviour Training

£60 per session or find out about our behavioural programmes

Behavioural Training covers more complex behaviours. You MUST to have a FULL vet check occurred beforehand and the behaviours that are covered in these sort of sessions are:

  • Generalised or Specific Noise Phobias (Gunshots/Fireworks/Cars)

  • Generalised Fear/Anxiety

  • Mounting or sexual based behaviours

  • Fearful behaviours in novel situations

  • Fear of specific items (e.g car travel)

  • Chasing behaviours 

  • Mild aggression cases

  • Resource Guarding

Multi-Dog Household 

£75 per session, also see our multi-dog programmes 

This training covers anything that involves more than one dog from a household.

It covers;

  • Over-arousal within household

  • Fighting and guarding between dogs in one household

  • Training for more than one dog in a household for different struggles