Behaviour Training

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Assessments prices start from £60 for your initial 45 minute session. 

121 training sessions booked after your assessment start from £27.50 per 30 minute session.

Guide to tackling your dogs behaviour problems

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Step 1

Understand what a behaviour assessment involves

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Step 2

Choose your Trainer or Behaviourist

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Step 3

Book your Initial Behaviour Assessment 

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Step 4

Step 1: What does the Assessment Involve?

The purpose of the initial behaviour assessment is to thoroughly go through the history and behaviour of your dog with a fine tooth comb. Prior to the assessment you will be asked to complete a behaviour questionnaire about your dog, which will give your instructor a chance to brief themselves and prepare for the assessment.  

You will discuss the entire history of your dog, from the very beginning of what you know to the present date, exactly when the behaviour first appeared and the events surrounding it that may have been an influence. The problem itself will be discussed, exactly what happens and the various occurrences of it. Throughout the assessment your dog will be constantly assessed on the behaviour it is showing in the environment. If the issue is with dogs, various dogs will be brought in to assess the response of your dog. By the end of the assessment, you can expect to understand exactly why your dog is behaving how he/she is. You will learn some management techniques to prevent the problem getting worse and you will be advised what training you need to get your dog on the road to a safe, confident and happy life. 

Your assessment  will be followed with an email containing everything that has been discussed so you don't need to worry about taking in all of the information. The assessment lasts for approx 45minutes and is held at our Chanterlands Avenue site. Please note we dont offer home training sessions.

Kerry - Behaviour Counsellor

Kerry joined the team in January 2016 and has developed her skills and knowledge extensively over this time. Kerry loves working with a wide range of dogs and behaviour/obedience issues. You will often find her working with group classes or 121 behaviour sessions.

Assessments - £60
121's - £27.50


George - Behaviour Counsellor

George joined the team in 2015 after graduating with a degree in Applied Animal Behaviour and Training at Bishop Burton College. He is now our Head Behaviour Counsellor and Head of Dog Training. In his time with us George  has trained for thousands of hours on a professional basis. You will always find George working practically with clients and managing our training centres. George has developed extensive experience in dog training during his time with us and is now one of our most sought after trainers. 

Assessments - £65
121's - £35

Step 3: Book your Behaviour Assessment

Click the button below  to book your behavioour assessment with one of our trainers.