Your dog needs training or behaviour modification but you either have no time or simply don't quite know how to do it. It's OK, this is what professional trainers are for.
Day training is an alternative to board and train services and is a great way to jump-start the training or modification programme.
There is no doubt that the beginning of any training programme is the most difficult part. Both you and your dog are learning new concepts and skills, and with a week between sessions you are likely to make a few mistakes in the process and slow down the training.
Day training solves this issue. Your dog will receive clear and consistent instructions and feedback from the trainer and the progress will be made much quicker. You will then receive full instructions on how to continue working with your dog to maintain the training.
How it works:
The trainer comes to your house and works with your dog, you can be present or not. Sometimes the dog goes out with the trainer, just as he would with a dog walker. It depends what kind of training is needed.
Training takes place 4 days a week - Tuesday, Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday. Sunday session is a hand-over: you will take part in it and learn how to maintain or/and continue the training.
Just how many weeks your dog needs is up to you and the trainer to decide, depending on the problem. Average time needed to make a lasting progress is 2-3 weeks.
If you wish, the trainer can continue until the dog is fully trained or s/he no longer shows the problem behaviour. Alternatively, after a week or two, you may choose to book a one-to-one session and try on your own until then. The programme is fully adjustable.
Price: £120 per week. Travel fee may be added.
Get in touch now so we can have a chat and discuss your needs. Phone: 07593 032 280, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or click here