A Behaviour Consultation is tailored to help you and your dog through specific, behaviour challenges.
The initial call will be booked in advance via phone or email communication. You will be expected to fill out and return a form (sent via email or other means if necessary). You will be called at the agreed day/time. During the consultation we will discuss the challenges you face, a good management plan and any suggested adaptations appropriate to you and your dog at that time.
Relevant supportive information will be sent after the call is complete.
Phone/Web chat only, for 60mins to offer advice and suggested management. The call will be supported by relevant, generic email handouts. An initial history form will still be required to be filled out prior to the call. You will be called at the agreed time/day.
This options costs £40
NB. There are some limitations to the amount of advice that can be offered just over the phone.
These sessions are for practicing practical skills along with observations Skills, in real life settings. They aim to build your confidence and help you read situations to adapt according to your dog’s needs. Typically, these sessions last up to 60mins, in an agreed, suitable location.
These sessions are only available once you have had a ‘Remote advice only’ or a full ‘121 behaviour Consultation’.
The cost of Public Area Coaching session £40 (up to 60 mins)
*ALL necessary precautions, regarding Covid 19 guidelines, will be in practice in all in-person sessions*
At least one Follow up session is required in most cases. This is discussed and booked at the time of the initial consultation.
The follow up sessions aims to have a more practical element of coaching you in a relevant environment. This may be out on a walk for instance. As well as further discussion and problem solving around the behaviour challenges.
The fee is £45 per hour. Typically, a follow up may last 60-90 mins.
Some cases may require further sessions. This will be discussed in person.
*For distance over 10 miles there is a £5 fuel charge.
Lucy has been a godsend for our dogs, someone with insight, practical experience and tips that work for our rescue terrier and lurcher. She’s incredibly talented at reading dog body language, up to date in terms of advice around behaviour and treatment, and provides a huge amount of information and support. We’ve had problems due to poor socialising and a previous dog trainer who didn’t understand sighthounds, and she’s really helped us and our dogs have a far better life together. I only wish we’d met her many years ago!