One-to-One Home Visits
I very much believe that there is no 'one size fits all' when it comes to dog training; each dog is different and learns in their own way, at their own pace. Because of this, I tailor all of my training to each individual dog and owner. I always use force-free, scientifically based training methods that make training fun for both you and your dog.
Each session lasts between 60-90 minutes and will usually take place in and around your home, because I feel that it is best to tackle the problem in an environment that you will be regularly training in, so we can see how your dog responds and what motivates them within that specific real-life environment.
You may just need one session, or you may be looking for a longer course of visits to help you with a more deep-rooted problem. Whatever the case, please don't hesitate to get in touch and see if I can help you.
One-to-One visits cost £65 per session
or 3 sessions for £180 (saving £5 per session).
In addition to in-person training sessions, Daisy's Dog Training is now also offering online one-to-one video sessions across the UK. These sessions run almost exactly the same as in-person consultations, except that I am simply at the other end of a video link rather than in your home with you. This is a great option for training issues in the home or for any dogs who are nervous around new people.
Video consultations currently cost £40 per 1-hour session
I also offer an exclusive training opportunity for clients of Capital Dog Care and Buddies Doggy Daycare, where I can train your dog within the daycare environment. I will update you on how your pup is getting on through regular messages and videos. If you would like, I can then visit your home and do a handover session during which I show you what I have been working on with your dog, and explain how you can put it into practice at home.
The training covered can be anything from basic puppy manners or improving recall and lead walking to learning new tricks or even addressing frustration or fear issues. Before beginning training we will discuss what issue or issues you would like to address and how is best to go about it. I will ask what kind of cues you would like used, and any specifics about your dog that need to be considered.
The benefit of this training is that each hour is broken into small sessions over the course of the week, so that the dog stays interested and is able to learn more. This training can be just be a one-off hour or two spent with the dog or can be a regular weekly setup to help them get even more out of their time at daycare.
Daycare training costs £55 per 1 hour of training
Book a block of 6 hours of daycare training for£300 (saving £30).