Adolescent & Adult Dog Packages
Initial consult (requirement before any training)
During this session we can cover any questions you have about your dog's behaviour and their training going forward. We cover all sorts of helpful topics from nutrition, training methods, enrichment and dog body language and communication.
90-120 minute session at your home, or online via zoom = £140 (save £15 doing it online)
Silver Training Package
For simple training requirements we recommend our silver package of three training sessions.
3 x 1 hour practical training sessions at your home, or online via zoom = £220
Gold Training Package
For more complicated training needs, or multiple training requirements we recommend our gold package of 6 training sessions.
6 x 1 hour practical training sessions at your home, or online via zoom = £420
Platinum Training Package
For those who need a little extra help with different training requirements, or for guardians who would like to mix things up with both day training sessions (one-to-one training with present guardians) and training sessions together with the guardian.
9 x 1 hour practical training sessions at your home, or online via zoom = £600
Adolescent 'Group & Private Combo' Package
This combo pack includes both private sessions for more tailored advice and training, and group sessions for the social side of learning with other fellow adolescent pups.
90-120 minute session at your home, or online via zoom
6 x 1 hour group intermediate class sessions
3 x 1 hour practical training session
*All private training packages must start with an initial consultation
*These packages are recommended for teenage dogs (between 5 months and 2 years) but can be equally good for dogs over the age of 2. We believe dogs of all ages can benefit from some extra training now and then!
Wanderdog currently does not help with behavioural cases. These include any behaviours rooted in emotions, e.g. reactivity or aggression towards people or dogs, anxiety including separation anxiety, fearfulness, repetitive behaviors, aggression or possesiveness around food or other items. We will, however, refer you to a local vet behaviourist or qualified clinical behaviourist. Please get in touch if you would like a referral.