A behaviour consultation with a dog behaviourist is ideal for dogs experiencing issues including aggression to people, aggression to other dogs, separation anxiety, destructive behaviour, chewing, or fearful behaviour. We work either within the home or in our specialised consultation venue, Mabledon House and Gardens, to find effective and ethical solutions to behavioural problems. In person consultations can cover clients from Kent, London, Surrey, and East Sussex.
A behavioural consultation will last up to two hours and is followed by a full behaviour report, and one year of follow up support and advice via phone and email. This will allow you to work with a behaviourist to develop a tailored behaviour plan that suits your dog's needs, and fits in with your lifestyle. We work with you, and remain in touch to ensure everything things remain on track.
Follow up consultation to continue working on any ongoing issues your dog may still be facing. For some cases, this is not required and the issue can be resolved in one session, however for some more complex cases, additional sessions may be deemed necessary.
This package is designed to make sure you and your puppy get off to the right start. It includes, two in person one hour training sessions focusing on basic training and general care, followed by a two half hour virtual support sessions that can be used anytime during the dog's lifetime, and a free copy of our puppy training manual.
As dog behaviourists, there is lots we can do to help if your pet is struggling with a behavioural problem. A behaviour consultation is ideal for dogs experiencing a number of behavioural issues including:
The initial behaviour consultation will last 1-2 hours. A dog behaviourist will assess the dog's needs, put together a structured behaviour modification plan specific to your dog, and help you put this into practice. After the initial consultation you will be sent a full behaviour report outlining our recommendations. This will include one year of email and phone support. We can also forward a copy of the report to your vet if we are working under veterinary referral.
There is then the option of one or more follow up consultations, in which we can assess the dog's progress and suggest any additional changes or tackle any additional issues that may have not prioritised in the first consultation. In some cases, just one consultation is necessary, however, for more complex behavioural issues, additional consultations are recommended.
If you are still not sure which package you need, simply call on 07930672387, email at email@example.com, or fill in our contact form.