Booking and Delivery
These are totally personalised individual sessions to address specific challenges or concerns you are having.
We will ask you for details about your dog and the behaviours that you are looking to address, before the session. This will allow us to prepare specific activities and locations to explore the behaviour and offer you the most benefit from the session.
The actual one-to-one will take place via live video link, with you at your home or location to suit the behaviour in question. Each session is normally 1 hour and will be broken down into the following process:
· Meet you and your dog – familiarisation and calm.
· Observe the behaviour – review the behaviour with you and your family.
· Understand – discuss the behaviour with you and the desired outcome.
· Practical – work with you and your dog.
· Summary – review strategies, milestones and set personal goals / follow up.
· Follow up - we will send you the summary via email plus any other reference material that have been discussed.
Our goal is to equip you with the knowledge and confidence to continue your development together and not require ongoing support. We will always be available for help and support to ensure you achieve the results you are looking for.
One-to-ones are arranged for a mutually convenient time and location, and should be discussed based on the dogs needs and your availability.
The fee is currently £25 per live video link session, payable in advance via bank transfer or PayPal when the session is booked.
We will confirm your booking by return email and qualify any questions.
The session will be arranged for a mutually agreeable time and date. The sessions are very informal and friendly and we are looking to work with you and your family to get the results you are looking for, so every session will be unique to you.
Please be prepared to work outside for the one hour session and dress appropriately and provide the relevant items for your dog to keep them warm, safe and entertained throughout the session. Some sessions may be in other environments (such as your home, etc.) so dress appropriately and prepare other members of the family for some level of disruption during the session.
It is often good if you reduce your dog's food intake before a session, as this can make them more ‘treat orientated’ for the one-to-one.