This is a general price guide: Please see the specific service for more info/ discounts and Supplements.
Group Walk: £20 (1hr) £35 (2hr)
Group Walk: Large Dog. Weekend. Difficult access: £25 (1hr) £40 (2hr)
Group Walk: XL Dog: £35 (1hr) £50 (2hrs)
1-2-1 Training & Behaviour Walk (Tom): £50
1-2- 1 (Assistant: Subject to availability): £35
Boarding (1 Dog) or Sitting (up to 2 Dog’s): £40/ night.
Boarding (2 dog’s) : £65/ night.
*Specialist Boarding: £55/ night
Group Day Care: £35
121 Day Care/ Sitting £60
House Visit/ Feed: £8.50
(Priority is given to regular walking clients)
Discounts & supplements:
*Discount for stays over two weeks.
*£15. Supplement for Bank Holidays, Christmas Day, Christmas Eve, Boxing Day, New Years Eve, Day and Good Friday to Easter Monday. Supplement may also apply to dogs that need specialist care i.e young pups, giant dogs, dogs with behaviour issues but please enquire and we will do our best to keep the cost as low as possible.
*Tailored discount for multiple dogs and stays over two weeks. Priority to pre existing clients from training or weekly walks.
*Standard supplement for out of area collection £20. Bespoke rates for further distances may be applied. In area collection or your own drop off is free.
*Specialist Boarding £55/night
E.g Giant dogs/ Un-house trained pups/ dogs that cannot be left alone/ reactive dogs that have to be boarded or walked alone.
A behaviour consultation may also be required before taking these dogs and they will not likely be eligible for discounts.
Behaviour First Consultation: £90
Training First Consultation: £75
Desensitisation Session: £85
Training & Behaviour Follow Up’s: £50
Residential Training: £140/ day
Training appointments are usually from 3.30pm Tuesday, Thursday and -Friday. Evening and weekends may incur a £20 supplement.
Please take into consideration that many of the behaviour cases that come my way could have been avoided if the dog was given sufficient care in a suitable environment by someone who understand the basics of canine learning theory.
Going on a walk with the person who is caring for your dog or spending time in the park looking at different companies is a great way to choose who you want to care for your dog. Thus choosing the right care in the first place may save you money in the long run.