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Obedience and general control (inc. leash pulling, lunging, boisterous behaviour and over excitement) 

 

Due to the nature of this behavioural issue, your pet insurance may cover costs incurred, which you are able to claim back with a veterinary referral for which a form may be provided. 

 

Any consultation will take between 2 – 4 hours, depending on how the client’s dog responds on the day to any training demonstrations offered.  

Following initial contact via telephone or email, whereby the client may explain the issues being experienced, a questionnaire will be sent for the client to complete prior to consultation. This allows me to plan the day with the information provided regarding the client’s lifestyle, the background history of the dog and the scale of the issue. 

 

The first part of the consultation will be an interview in the client’s home, to gather further information, and build a picture of behavioural diagnostics. At this stage it is important that the dog is present, alongside any members of the family which may have an influence, so I may observe how the dog interacts in the home.  

The second stage of the consultation will be demonstrating techniques in a real-world situation regarding obedience and general control. Often, the management of excitement and impulse control is paramount to such training, which is both related to obedience, the way the dog learns, and how he or she is rewarded via the handler or environmentally.  

 

On completion of the consultation, I will provide a full written bespoke behavioural report on all of the issues, and training we have discussed and demonstrated. I offer full support via email or telephone, which is encouraged and included in the price.  

Any follow up call will be charged at a reduced rate on discussion.  

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