PUPPY HOME VISIT
A Puppy Home Visit is ideal for puppies of up to approximately 6 months old. The session lasts approximately 2 hours and takes place in your and your puppy's home. A Puppy Home Visit session is ideal for owners who are not sure how to train and take care of their new puppy or simply to get some advice whilst waiting for Puppy Classes.
A Puppy Home Visit session lasts approximately 2 hours and covers the following areas: house training, play biting, chewing, socialisation, basic obedience training and handling, general care and answering any questions you might have.
1-2-1 Training sessions are mainly for obedience issues like recall problems, pulling on the lead, chasing bikes, joggers or cars and similar issues. Sessions generally take place in your home and/or where you normally walk and are useful for dog owners that cannot or do not want to attend training classes, but would still like some help with general obedience training.
A first session would be a Basic Home Visit, £105.
Additional sessions, £50/hour.
BASIC HOME VISIT
Basic Home Visits cover behaviour issues like separation anxiety and house training. This lasts approximately 2 hours and takes place in your home or where you walk.
Picture: Gretel Ensignia (2004)
AREAS WE COVER for Home Visits and 121 Training
All areas around Croydon and Dulwich, including Camberwell, Herne Hill, Peckham, Forest Hill, Brixton, West Norwood, Upper Norwood, South Norwood, Thornton Heath, Norbury, Penge, Purley, Addiscombe, Crystal Palace, Bromley and Beckenham.
If you live just outside these areas, please still contact us as we may be able to help or can refer you to a different behaviourist.
Due to the CORONAVIRUS health threat, we are currently only offering remote training sessions. This means that Puppy Training sessions and dealing with general behaviour issues will be conducted via ZOOM in the comfort of your own home. Our commitment to help you with your dog and to deliver quality training remains unchanged
Please register as normal for all sessions and we can discuss the format further if you are unsure.