For all dog behaviour cases I carry out a full assessment of the behaviour that is causing the problem. This can take up to 3 hours and may involve tests and observations of the behaviour being presented. All behaviour consultations are carried out in your home and you will be given a behaviour report on my findings, along with training guidelines, advice and demonstration on training. Firstly I will send you a behaviour assessment form to complete, which should be returned to me at least 2 days before our appointment. You will also receive telephone/email support for up to 2 months after the initial appointment. For this service I charge £150 and can be paid by cash, cheque, bank transfer or PayPal

Dog Walking available from Monday to Friday, group walks, or individual walks. Please call to check availability.

Adult dog socialisation sessions run for approximately 1 hour on Saturday afternoons at 2pm meeting at the Little Dunham Village Hut, Necton Road, Little Dunham and cost £15. These sessions are suitable for any dog that wishes to learn how to socialise appropriately with other dogs and people. This session can prove very beneficial to dogs that have a fear of people and other dogs. This is a small group with a maximum of 6 dogs. Please check availability if you are wishing to attend.

One to one training sessions are conducted on days and times to suit you subject to availability. These sessions normally run for one to one and a half hours and cost £50 - £75 and take place at your home, or in a designated public area.

If you would like advice on choosing the right breed of puppy or dog that will fit in nicely to your family life I can also provide this service. I will research all relevant breeds that would suit your lifestyle, time contraints and allergies, etc, in order to help you make the right decision at a cost of £50 payable in advance by cash, cheque, bank transfer or PayPal


 Behaviour Consultation

​Dog Walking

Adult Dog Socialisation Classes

​One to One Sessions

Advice on Obtaining a Puppy​ or Dog