Residential training is available if you want extra training for specific issues.
It’s great if you are struggling with day-to-day living with your dog and need some extra help.
All packages also include a selection of e-books and a plan to continue working on at home. It’s
best if your dog stays for at least a week.
We can help with the following struggles:
Reactivity to other dogs
Reactivity to people
Pulling on lead
We are often asked, “what can residential training do that lessons can’t?” By looking after your dog
and training them daily, we get to know them much better than we would in a 121 session. This
allows us to put together a training plan that is tailored to your dog and their needs. We kick-start
the training before showing you how to continue it at home.
When you come to collect your dog, you will need to spend some time with us so that we can go
through the training plan with you and show you how to implement it at home.
Before we accept your dog for residential training, you will need to have an hour-long consultation
in person or by phone. This consultation will allow us to understand what you want to get out of
the training and assess whether your dog requires residential training. This stage won’t be
necessary if we already know you and your dog.
The best results are achieved by those who do a combination of 121 sessions and residential
training. You must commit to understanding your dog’s behaviour and continue the training at
The packages we offer are as follows. (They exclude boarding, boarding will need to be paid for on
top of the packages below)
2 hours training – £96 (plus Vat £96)
3 hours training – £136 (Plus Vat £163.20)
6 hours training – £273 (plus Vat £327.60)
8 hours training – £345 (plus Vat £414)
10 hours training – £432 (plus Vat £518.14)
12 hours training – £518 (plus Vat £621.60)
15 hours training – £612 (plus Vat £734.40)
20 hours training – £816 (plus Vat £979.20)
Written training plan – £40 (plus Vat £48)
A handover will vary depending on how well we know you and your dog. We will discuss this
when you book and arrange a time.
“Claire has been absolutely brilliant with our youngest dog Ace. Despite being very well socialised as a puppy, Claire noticed that he was running on nervous energy and it soon became apparent that he was very worried and scared about life in general. Scooters, bikes, rubbish bins, trees blowing in the wind and even people carrying scary bags or rucksacks. Claire has shared her extensive knowledge with us and with her ongoing support and advice Ace can now go on walks with no reaction to his surroundings. The residential training works very well and allows problems to be assessed. Its not always easy to see the issues that need resolving during a lesson. Problems are worked on then advice given so you can put it in to action at home. Claire has a real talent for dog training. Ace has so much more fun on his walks now. Thank you Claire you are doing a great job”