- Online consultation plus recording: £75
- 4 online consultations plus recording. 6 weeks support: £245
- Online consultation plus recording, home visit, up to 2 further online consultations as needed. 6 weeks support: £325
You can set up your 1-hour Online Dog Behaviour Tutorial Consultation easily by clicking ‘book your appointment’. PayPal leads to a Questionnaire then to the booking system to Zoom.
For alternative to PayPal please email me firstname.lastname@example.org
YOU NEED NOT HANG ABOUT – APPOINTMENTS CAN BE BOOKED AT SHORT NOTICE
The booking system converts time zones.
Keep a recording for future reference.
“Your style was exactly what we were looking for (supportive, practical, informative, not judgy).”
Addressing typical puppy behaviours and pre-empting future problems.
We can split your session into two: first just before puppy arrives and the second a few days later when any problems may be arising.
Starting with a 1-hour tutorial, you can book
3 further dog behaviour consultations over your six weeks, plus phone phone calls or emails.
SIX WEEKS HELP AND GUIDANCE
“I’m not sure if Theo secretly waved a magic virtual wand, but the sessions have been a great success”
Preceded by online information gathering consultation with six weeks aftercare and support
First book a £75 hour online consultation.
If a home visit is then advisable, we have already covered the groundwork. If you live within 20 miles of MK44 3PN, I can visit you and your dog in your home. £75 will be deducted (£250 to pay)
This will include up to two further online sessions with email and telephone support for six weeks.
Behaviourist, consultant, therapist, trainer and dog problem solver.
Over the past fourteen years I have been to thousands of dogs and hundreds of different houses. I have met so many wonderful people, people who love their dogs and want to do the best for them.
My love of dogs started many years ago with a Rottweiler called Merlin and Magic, a German Shepherd. Back then it was all about harsh dog training and ‘correcting’ the dog in order to force it to ‘obey’. Commands were sergeant major-style orders. How different things are today. With all my subsequent learning and experience, I have proved beyond any possible doubt that kind, positive and force-free methods not only work best, but they ensure we feel comfortable in our relationship with our dog. I am down to four dogs now. I can’t imagine a life without dogs.
Theo Stewart ICAN (CAB), INTODogs, VSPDT, IMDT, ISCP, PPG