1-2-1 Behavioural Consulations
Why is my dog naughty?
Dogs aren’t born naughty, although their varied and individual temperaments certainly shape their future characters! Specialist Dog Training provides South-East based pet owners with a first class, humane training and behaviour service that is widely used and recommended by pet owners, veterinary surgeons and professional bodies.
Why choose behaviourist Jackie Murphy to help train your dog?
- Jackie holds qualifications in teaching and advance diploma canine behaviour management and therefore has passed Compass’s course for her academic knowledge in canine behaviour and psychology.
- Is a board member and full member of The Canine Behaviour and Training Society and has therefore been assessed for her practical skills and works to their strict code of conduct.
- Is the education officer for The Canine Behaviour & Training Society
- Is the Ambassador of Great Britain for the International Society of Animal Professionals
- Is an Animal Behaviour and Training Council (ABTC) Registered Accredited Animal Behaviourist
Jackie continues to expand her academic and practical knowledge/experience through CPD (Continued Professional Development) and she regularly attends courses and conferences presented by leading experts in the field of dog training and behaviour.
What is a consultation and why have training?
The first consultation will last approximately three hours. The consultation is carried out in or around the dog’s environment. All members of the household should ideally be present during consultations and/or training, including children, because everyone has a part to play in improving the dog’s behaviour. During this time, Jackie will gain understanding of what is causing the problem, carry out a detailed behaviour and training assessment and will then put together a tailored programme to improve the animal’s behavioural issues. During her visit, Jackie will practically show you how to carry out all aspects of the programme. All consultations will be backed up by a full written report that is emailed or posted to the client within a couple of days of the initial visit.
A follow up visit is arrange for 4 weeks after the first visit (this visit is only valid for three months from the date of the first consultation), this is a follow up visit and enables Jackie to re-assess the programme and advise for future and continued training.
How much does it cost?
Many pet insurance companies will cover the cost of a behavioural consultation as long as you have been referred by a vet. The fee is fully inclusive of all of the following:
Initial 3 hour consultation, plus one follow up visit.
Written summary of the consultation and the recommendations.