Canine Behaviour & Training Services
Bone Canis
Services
  1. Behavioural consultations:
    Behavioural Consultation - £50 per hour. Ongoing support is provided, where required, by telephone or e-mail. Travel Costs: The first 5 miles are included in the first hour's consultation fee, all additional mileage is charged at 50p per mile. Mileage is obtained from Google Maps, by postcode. All travel costs will be advised before the consultation. Payment: Payment of cash will be required at the time of the consultation, or a bank transfer prior to the consultation.
  2. Dog walking:
    £10 for one dog or £15 for two from the same household (prices are per hour). I take the dogs to various different places to try and keep it interesting for them. Muddy/ Wet dogs will be towel dried off.
  3. Dog feeding visits/ toilet break visits:
    £6 for one visit or £9 for two visits per day (Bank holidays are time and a half - £9 for one visit and £13.50 for two visits per day). Perfect if you're going to be late home or out for the day! I can pop round to let your dog out and also feed if needed. I will give your dog a bit of company and attention, which will break up their day. Travel expenses apply.
  4. 1-2-1 Training:
    1-2-1 training is ideal for owners unable to attend training classes, or to help with specific training issues because I can spend longer on your particular problem. This might be a recall problem, jumping up, or barking, for example. Sometimes a dog may not be able to cope in a 'classroom environment', so a 1-2-1 is the perfect alternative. Private sessions are also suitable for helping your new rescue to settle in quickly; for providing help and advice on your new puppy; additionally, I can teach you tips, tricks and games to keep your dog mentally stimulated and happy. £30 per hour. Travel expenses apply.
  5. Training walks:
    At just £30 per hour, a training walk is ideal for specific training issues because I can spend longer on your particular problem. This might be a recall problem, barking, or reactivity to other dogs/animals. Sometimes a dog may not be able to cope in a 'classroom environment', so a 1-2-1 training walk is a great alternative. A training walk is also great for helping your new rescue to settle in quickly. Travel expenses apply.