14247890_615913528587300_240839419_oIt can be embarrassing and upsetting when your dog lunges and barks at other dogs, people, cars, bikes, cats etc. It’s  very stressful for your dog and unpleasant, scary or even dagnerous for those on the receiving end of their behaviour.
Roz, Claire and Emily frequently work with reactive dogs to help them learn to choose more socially acceptable behaviours. We have a team of helper dogs and human assistants at the ready to assist in training when necessary.

All clients get unlimited access to resources featured in our ‘webinars and handouts’ online shop.

As a full member of the APBC, our costs are covered by most insurers. However, below we show the time taken at each step of our process to help clients understand our pricing.

  • Once paperwork is submitted clients get advanced/pre-assessment advice to get them going. This serves to help clients cope with the long waiting lists with clinical behaviourists. (Pre-assessment notes 45-60 minutes).
  • In-depth assessment and individualised training plans (Assessment duration 1.5-2 hours).
  • Personalised written report, vet liaison, and extensive hand outs along with video tutorials where appropriate (Report writing and vet liaison 2 hours).
  • The option for frequent sessions with other people and dogs.
  • Ongoing support for 3 months after the last session held.
  • We advise two session packages as a minimum. This is because few problems can be resolved with one session. For those on a tight budget, consider our basic assessment (below).

Vet Referral: Required, most vets are happy to complete the form if they have seen your dog recently. If they have no seen your dog recently you will need to take your dog for a check up.
Areas Covered: Bristol, Bath and North Somerset

Assessment £350.00 (including VAT),
Assessment & First Follow up: £435.00 (including VAT),
Pay per session (after initial assessment and first follow up) £50 per hour (including VAT)
Reactivity Package: £640.00 (including VAT)
Assessment + 5 practical sessions (with helper dogs where needed).
Intensive Training Program: £670.00 (including VAT).
Intensive Training is useful for  a variety of scenarios. Such as when the problem behaviour is beyond your level of skill, if you feel anxious when handling, or you are too busy to fit the training in. We are very experienced in handling over-reactive dogs and more than comfortable in helping give your training a push in the right direction by doing everything for you until you feel comfortable to take over.
For those who are vulnerable/ sheilding:
Isolation may be the ideal time to get a grasp on your dog’s behaviour problem and train foundation behaviours!
Single assessment (zoom/teams/skype/phone). Price £325.00
Basic Assessment: £270.00 (including VAT).
Pre-assessment advice, in-person session (1-2 hours), vet liaison and two weeks maximum support to give clarity on protocols.
No report nor ongoing support will be provided, however, clients can upgrade and receive extra support if needed.
This option suits dogs with one problem behaviour (rather than multiple) that is somewhat straight-forward in nature. For example, a dog who barks at children when on lead, but is otherwise problem-free in all contexts. It also suits clients who would like clinical behaviour input on whether neutering is appropriate for their dog.
If medication is recommended, then a support upgrade must be purchased (for £30.00) so we can continue to monitor your dog and maintain contact with your veterinarian.

    Your VET REFERRAL FORM can be found here.