Perfect Puppy One to One


During puppyhood there are numerous issues you may experience and Positive Training For Canines is on hand to guide you through. Not all issues can be dealt with in a class environment; sometimes a one to one is better suited to help you understand what is happening and the best way to resolve them.

One to ones are held in your own home as a booked appointment on Saturdays. Initial visits last up to an hour and a half and follow on visits last an hour if needed. During the one to one sessions we will discuss the issue you are experiencing in full, I will set out an action plan for you to work through, we will run through it whilst I’m with you and you will receive notes after my visit. 

When helping pups we must have realistic expectations and we must keep in mind ‘Rome Wasn’t Built in a Day’. Puppies need consistency, kindness, patience and understanding. They are hard work but are also a lot of fun. It is our job to build our relationship with them so we become a team that we can be proud of. 

What happens after the consultation? 

After my visit I will send you notes on what we have discussed and a full explanation of the action plan. You are very welcome to book a follow up session. This is often carried out as a home visit but virtual (Zoom or WhatsApp) or over the telephone support is also an option depending on progress.  


Initial Perfect Puppy One to One – £85 (1 Hour)

Follow Up (Home Visit) Session – £70 (1 Hour)  

Follow Up (Virtual or Telephone) Session £60 (1 Hour) 

If you would like to book a Perfect Puppy One to One please fill in my booking form on the Contact Us page, phone 0777 131 4947 or email 

Claire and Georgie

I took my puppy, Georgie, to puppy classes last year where we learnt the basics. We then progressed onto the Junior class which was useful to work with distractions as she grew. Georgie wasn’t an easy puppy and I felt one to ones would be better suited after we finished the Junior course. Leah has given us a huge amount of support and without this, we wouldn’t have survived the tough puppy stage.