WOOFERS’ BEHAVIOUR PACKAGES
These behaviour packages consist of private lessons which are designed for you to undertake at times which fit in with YOUR schedule.
You can have a one off session with me if you have an issue you want to discuss which might be easily resolved.
The cost of a one off session is $100
Sessions can be via video or in person if it's possible to be outside when we meet and will last for around an hour to an hour and fifteen minutes.
Below are three packages I've put together for some of the most common problems my clients experience.
If you buy a package from me, then the cost per session is reduced. If your main issue is mentioned here, AND you have a secondary issue that you need help with, we may be able to deal with both within that package to save costs for you. I am happy to discuss this!
I can of course, also tailor a package to suit you for a behaviour issue that is not covered below. The only behaviour issues that I don't deal with are those of serious aggression towards humans in dogs who have a bite history. However, I am more than happy to recommend someone to you who can help.
No More Lunging!
This course is for clients who have dogs with leash reactivity.
Do you walk your dog at night or at quiet times to avoid the stress of your dog’s reactivity to other dogs/people/moving objects? Can’t face the stress, and sometimes the comments and judgements of other people when the reactivity happens? Though you love and adore your dog, walking on leash is something you dread. I know, because I’ve been there, done that myself many years ago!
The majority of on leash reactivity problems are caused by anxiety and fear in your dog. However, there can be times when it is due to frustration.
My goal in working with you is to change your dog's emotional responses, whether it's because of his fear or his frustration, so you and your dog can leave the stress behind and both enjoy walking together!
Slow Down Pup!
Let’s stop your dog pulling on leash!
Do you have a dog that drags you along at the end of the leash? Do you feel as if your dog is going for a walk and you’re just along for the ride?
If this sounds familiar then walking your dog isn’t much fun. Having a dog that pulls on leash may result in injury to you (shoulders, back etc.) and perhaps injury to your dog.
Let me show you how to teach your dog to walk nicely on leash so you can start to enjoy your walks together!
"Fluffy! Come Back!"
Teaching your dog to come back to you when off leash.
Having a dog with no recall is like a game of chance. Taking off the leash can be like rolling a dice and betting what the odds are of your dog coming back to you when you need him to. You could be there a long time, pleading in quiet desperation (or sometimes loud desperation) for your dog to return to you. It’s stressful and it can be exhausting.
Teach your pup to come back when you call – no more betting on the odds of it happening. You’ll know every time that you’re on a winning streak!