1:1 Bespoke sessions

 

As our companions it is essential that we can all get along, sometimes a dog's behaviour can put strain on this and be difficult to live with. 

One to one sessions typically last 1 hour, but 1.5 hours will be required on the initial session to take a thorough history of the particular difficulty you may be experiencing and formulate a training plan that will work for you and your dog. One to ones take place at your home (unless we arrange otherwise, sessions can be held at our classroom in Cirencester where appropriate). 

Depending on what problems you may be experiencing, a veterinary referral may be required, this is to ensure that there are no underlying medical considerations that need to be taken into account and it is often vital to work closely alongside your vet. You may be referred onto a behaviourist should your dog require medication to support their training or if longer term behavioural help is required. 

 

Where: At your home or our specially made classroom (please note this is up a flight of stairs, pups must be fully vaccinated to attend at our classroom) is located inside Apollo Commercial Interiors building, next door to Ride 24/7 and opposite Buildbase:

Unit C, Apollo Court, Love Ln, Love Lane Industrial Estate, Cirencester.

 

Costs and booking:

Dogs over 5 months old

Initial one to one session and written training plan £70

 

Subsequent sessions £50

Millage is charged at 45p per mile (in both directions) over 10 miles from Cirencester or Cricklade (invoiced separately).

 

Puppy 5 months and under

 

One to one session £45

Millage is charged at 45p per mile (in both directions) over 10 miles from Cirencester or Cricklade (invoiced separately).

To book: Please email behaviouriscommunication@gmail.com with details of what you would like to work on, your dog's age, where you are based and your contact number. If I am able to help, I will send you the booking link which details available appointments.

When to choose one to one training: 

Training difficulties

Do you need extra help with training your dog not to jump up, to come back when called, or have an older dog that you would like to train? Perhaps they are a rescue dog and missed out on socialisation and early training? 

New puppy

Would you like advice on where to start with training, socialisation, how to manage puppy chewing and mouthing, house training or with other areas of difficulty?

Does your dog struggle in a training class environment?

You are not alone with this, often training in the home environment can suit some dogs better. It may be that you would like to work up to your dog coming to class but need to put a few things in place first.

Would you like advice on managing dogs and children, especially with keeping everyone safe?

Did you hope that having a dog would benefit your children but they don't seem to be getting on? Would you like them to have a stronger relationship?

Would you like your dog to be able to do specific tasks that you would find helpful?

Having a dog around is good for us, but perhaps you would like your dog to be able to do practical tasks like retrieve, target with their paw or close the door behind them? Perhaps you and your dog are involved with therapy work but you need some extra help with specific training? 

 

Individual 1:1 at home (or our classroom in Cirencester when arranged) sessions (puppy and adult), offering flexibility in what you would like to cover.