Home Visits For Dog Training
While home visits may be for basic training, they can also be tailored to address any specific/other issues that you may have.
Home visits enable all members of the family (where appropriate) to be involved with your dog’s training. The 1-hour sessions are fun and enjoyable for you, your family, and your puppy, and are solely devoted to your puppy, thus reinforcing their learning.
In normal circumstances, a maximum of 4 sessions are required, although this is dog dependent.
Specific/other issues could include:
Home Dog Training
Animal Chasing, E.G. Domestic Pets and Farm Animals
Interaction with Other Pets, E.G. Dogs, Cats, Rabbits, Ferrets, Birds, Reptiles
Toileting Indoors (Peeing, Pooing)
Unwarranted Barking/Territorial Behaviour
Fear/Nervousness of People/Children, Other Animals, Including Dogs
Difficulty Getting the Dog Into and out of the Car
Teaching the Dog to Stay Downstairs
Teaching the Dog to Stay Off the Furniture and Beds
Prevention of Garden Hole Digging and Plant Destruction
Greeting Behaviour, E.G:
At the Door with Callers and Visitors
Jumping Up at People
Home Visits For Puppy Training
Home visits enable all members of the family (where appropriate) to be involved with your puppy’s training.
The 1-hour sessions are fun and enjoyable for you, your family, and your puppy, and are solely devoted to your puppy, thus reinforcing their learning. This means that the content of the puppy course can be covered in 4 sessions at home, rather than the normal 6 weeks.
At the end of each session, comprehensive notes will be given to you, detailing all exercises covered and the methods of training to use as an aide-memoire.
Training your puppy at home means you don’t need to wait for the start of a puppy training course and could commence the same day or week you take your puppy home.