Nurturing and Training

“Louise was so lovely and easy, she gave great advice and helpful training, what was so great was that she genuinely loves dogs, and understood them as individuals. I learnt so much and have kept in contact with her. My dog is now a wonderful and settled love ball! Who I couldn’t live without! I brought him up independent and adventurous but also loving and cuddly, and a lot of that is down to Louise”
Pixie Geldof

Private One on One sessions tailored to you and your dog

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Settling in sessions

Running her own popular puppy classes for more than 7 years, and experience working inside rescue centres, and with the homeless and their dogs, Louise is perfectly placed to help you welcome your new addition.

Whether you are bringing home a rescue dog or a puppy into your home, it can be reassuring to have someone holding your hand through the process.

A session like this is designed to make sure you can ask all the questions you need and to get you off to the very best start.

A typical session might cover topics such as sleeping arrangements, toilet training, nutrition, breed specific advice, behavioural prevention, including watching out for nervous, excitable or anxious tendencies. It is totally tailored around the dog and their individual set up. With a new puppy it is worth doing this a couple of days after arrival, with a rescue dog, please get in touch to discuss.

Each session will usually last 1.5 hours and will take place in your home. Personalised notes will be sent via email within a week.

Investment: £175

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Nurturing & Training Your Dog

Learn how to nurture and train your dog to maintain a close bond, improve behavior, and create a great companion to live with happily.

This session can focus on recall, jumping up, learning to walk on the lead, creating good manners, house training and chewing, teaching your dog to focus and making sure your dog is happy.

These sessions are suitable for dogs that do not have any aggression issues towards people, dogs, or other animals.

Sessions can be carried out in the dog’s home or local park.

Investment starts at £200 for a 2hr session in your home.

The first hour is an assessment with the second hour being the practical part of the session based on the initial assessment. Every dog is different and so is their journey, no sessions can be carried out without the assessment. Follow up appointments may be via email, phone or face to face starting at £120 per hour or £30 per 15 mins if done by email and phone.*

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Behavioural Consultations

Suitable for any owner who is looking for specific assistance with their dog for any type of issue – from aggression, fear and anxiety to over excitability, nipping, separation anxiety, jumping up or creating harmony between children and dogs.

Whether you are looking for an assessment or advice on moving forward, these face-to-face get-togethers are designed to help the owner understand how the behaviour has arisen and solutions on how to manage and improve via considerate techniques to help your dog – and you.

Each new client session begins with Louise taking a full and detailed history (every dog should first be seen by their vet first to make sure there is no medical reason responsible for their dog’s behaviour). Please do not share this information into an email as it does require a face-to-face session.

From this, we will talk through options created especially for your dog, as no dog is the same. It will also depend on the individual situation, the dog’s history, training ability, medical factors, and so forth.

2 hour tailored session in your home, two to four weeks of homework, personalised notes emailed after our session, including a short term and long-term plan of action. If your dog has a bite history with humans, please make this clear from the beginning for everyone’s safety.

Investment: £300

Follow-on sessions such as park meet ups, stooge dog sessions for reactive dogs, training on the street or in the home are priced from £120ph onwards