THE  DOG  HUB - Promoting responsible dog ownership in the Borough of Camden

TRAINING, CLASSES and FEES


1. PRIVATE one-to-one TRAINING - puppies and adult dogs

If you feel that classes are not ideal for you, your puppy or your dog, perhaps a one-to-one private session would be more suitable. One-to-one training can focus on what is important to you, be tailored to you and your dog's specific needs, and take place at a time and location convenient for you. This kind of training is also best if your dog is expressing problem behaviours - see "BEHAVIOUR CLINIC" page for examples.

The fee for a puppy starter ONE-TO-ONE training session at your home is £60.00 per (generous) hour

The fee for an adult dog ONE-TO-ONE is £75 per (generous) hour - this can be at your home, at our training space in Euston or other suitable location of your choice. 

We carry out behavioural private training in all London Boroughs and can travel further afield by arrangement. 

Email if you'd like to know more about having a one-to-one


2. URBAN WALKABOUTS DROP-IN CLASSES 

This course is for anyone wanting to polish current skills and perhaps even prepare for the Kennel Club Good Citizen Bronze Award. The classes will be held outdoors in and around Camden. The fee is £15 per session. Spaces are limited. 

Email if you'd like to know more about this class. 


3. KENNEL CLUB "PUPPY" Foundation (4 week course)

These are unique beginner level classes and they cater for just four puppies per class. The sessions are run by Susan (who is a qualified behaviourist and Master Trainer) and at least one assistant trainer. The course covers the Kennel Club's Good Citizen Puppy Foundation Assessment. Kennel Club Puppy Foundation certificates and rosettes are awarded on successful completion. 
 
The class is held in Euston, NW1 and the fee for PUPPY FOUNDATION is £100.00 for four classes. The November 2017 class is now full. 

During December 2018 we are offering 1.5hr one-off puppy starter lessons in Euston on Saturday afternoons - £15 per session. Some FREE places for people living in Camden -  puppy.class@thedoghub.co.uk


4. ULTIMATE URBAN PUPPY (6 week course)

This is based on the Kennel Club Good Citizen Puppy Foundation Course, but is more comprehensive and covers many additional behaviours / issues. The class will be limited to six puppies. This very small class size will ensure that you plenty of support and attention. Time is set aside for a question and answer session, and the atmosphere aims to be informal and friendly. It is designed to offer a truly unique and superior class. Both the Kennel Club Puppy Foundation Certificates and Rosettes and our own Urban Puppy Certificates and Rosettes are awarded on successful completion. 

The class is held in Euston, NW1 and the fee for ULTIMATE URBAN PUPPY is £150 for six classes.

The next Ultimate Urban Puppy Course will start on 
13th January 2018 and we are accepting registrations now -  puppy.class@thedoghub.co.uk


5. BEHAVIOURAL CONSULTATIONS: troubleshooting

The fee for a BEHAVIOURAL CONSULTATION (1.5 hours +) is £120 with feedback and behaviour modification forward planning. These consultations are for the more complex behavioural problems (eg separation distress/anxiety, aggression) that cannot be addressed in basic one-to-one training. 

We carry out behavioural consultations in all London Boroughs and can travel further afield by arrangement. 

For information about Behaviour Assessments please click here


6. FREE TRAINING and ADVICE
 
Some people living in The London Borough of Camden may qualify for free or subsidised behavioural advice, one-to-one sessions or classes. Go to our COMMUNITY PROJECT page for more information.  


7. OTHER SERVICES

Other services include pre-ownership sessions on how to prepare you and your home for the arrival of your new puppy or dog; how to manage multiple dogs; how get your dog ready for the arrival of a baby; assessments for problem dogs (see also COMMUNITY PROJECT). We also recommend preparing children in the family for the arrival of a dog or puppy into the household - educating them reduces the kinds of risky behaviour that might lead to bites or other accidents.