It is said there are no quick fixes in life and success takes time and effort. This is true when changing behaviour that has become embedded – it takes time. “Quick Fixes” often mask the problem and it can resurface later or manifest in other ways. True learning is achieved when a dog chooses a behaviour because they want to not because it is forced upon them.
Choose a Behaviour Support Plan to suit your needs. All plans include a full behaviour assessment and rehabilitation plan, and cover all types of problem behaviour (separation issues, anxious behaviour, phobias, disruptive behaviour, handling issues, dog & people reactivity). If you are not sure which support plan is right for you, book a video call first to discuss (if you then take up one of the plans, the cost of the initial video call will be deducted from the plan).
Standard Support Plan £130 (2 Sessions - min 3 hours in total, behaviour rehabilitation plan, free email/phone support for 2 months thereafter)
Five Week Support Plan £260 (5 Sessions - 1 per week, behaviour rehabilitation plan, free email/phone support for 2 months thereafter)
Five Week Premium Support Plan £350 (5 Sessions - 1 per week, behaviour rehabilitation plan, priority booking with discounted additional sessions, free email/phone support for 3 months thereafter)
How it works?
£100 (2 Sessions lasting 1 hour each, training plan, free email/phone support for 2 months thereafter)
Please contact me to discuss anything not mentioned above
Get immediate help for an issue over a one-off video call with me.
30 minute video call £30
60 minute video call £50
Many issues can be resolved with a single call but if needed you can upgrade to a more detailed support plan (with a discount).
What Fran and Charlie say:
"Tony is really nice and friendly, knowledgable and passionate about dogs and his training is treat and praise based reward, which really suited me. I found the advice and training have helped me to understand Charlie better and work with him to help him become a calm and confident dog. Would highly recommend Tony."
Thinking of adopting a rescue dog but not sure where to start? I can offer advice on breed suitability (based on a lifestyle questionnaire), how to help a rescue dog adapt to their new life, suitable games to mentally stimulate them, as well as training advice. Depending on location and timescales I may be able to visit the rescue centre with you if you already have a dog in mind for adoption, however please note that I can only offer advice on behaviour seen during the visit and this may not be a reflection of their true character or future behaviour. Please contact me to discuss further and for price
Specifically designed for Rescue and Rehoming Centres, I am able to offer initial behaviour assessments (including a behaviour plan and follow up advice) free of charge. Please contact me to discuss further and to arrange an assessment session.