Residential training is not the best solution for most behavioural problems and can end up being a waste of time if the owner does not keep to their side of the deal. Dogs adapt to their environments remarkably quickly and so if the environment/behaviour does not change when the dog is back at home with his owner, he will revert right back to the way he was before, thus rendering all the time, energy and money spent on the residential training, a waste.
It is partly due to this reason that if we decide together that residential training is the best way to go forward with your dog, we will enter into a contract which will stipulate the terms of agreement.
Residential training has a 2 week minimum time period and this is to ensure enough time for the dog to settle into his new environment, to effect the change in the dogs behaviour and to further assess what needs to be addressed. Sometimes the period will need to be extended depending on the individual dog and if this is the case, any extra days will be charged at half price.
Residential training is not available for dogs with aggression issues
I can only accept one dog at a time to ensure it is given enough attention and training
All dogs will need to meet with my own dog before signing the contract to ensure no issues exist between the two