One-to-One Problem Solving Sessions

Dog Training that's effective, science-backed, and fun for you and your dog.


"It's never too late to solve an existing problem."

My one-to-one problem-solving sessions are great if you're experiencing challenging behaviour with your dog that you want to resolve. 

Maybe your dog:

  • Pulls on the lead​

  • Doesn't come on recall or doesn't stay when asked

  • Is afraid of being left alone at home

  • Gets afraid of objects or places

  • Regularly gets overexcited or anxious

  • Gets stressed or overexcited when meeting other dogs

  • Shows signs of fear or aggression towards people

  • Shows signs of fear or aggression towards other dogs

  • Dislikes being in the car

  • Excessively jumps on you or other people

  • Has destructive behaviour​


Dog Training Sessions Personalised to Your Needs


My one-to-one problem-solving sessions are usually 2 or 3 hours long and are completely personalised for you depending on your dog's challenges, needs and age.

In addition to practical problem-solving sessions, I also offer theory sessions and an online assessment called C-BARQ Canine Behavioral Assessment and Research Questionnaire in cases where I think it will be beneficial to you.

During our initial phone consultation, we'll discuss the challenges you are experiencing with your dog and I'll advise you on what I think is the best way forwards to work to resolve your specific challenges. 

Benefits of My Personalised Dog Training Sessions

In addition to effectively solving any challenges you are experiencing with your dog, my completely personalised sessions will:

  • Teach you training methods that are both ethical and backed by science.

  • Help you to better understand and communicate with your dog effectively.

  • Be enjoyable both for you and your dog.

  • Help to strengthen the bond between you and your dog.

  • Provide you with lots of information on how to keep your dog healthy and happy.

  • Help to prevent any future challenges from arising. 

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During our training sessions, I'll always do my best to explain to you the reasons I believe your dog is behaving in a certain way and why the methods I'm proposing for you to work with will be beneficial for you and your dog.

Sometimes a dog's challenges are related to medical conditions and if I have a suspicion that this may be the case, I'll advise you to have your dog seen by a vet.​​​​​​​​

The best way of assessing what you need and how I can help you is to get in touch through my online contact form.

We`ll then organise a free phone consultation to discuss the best forwards for your specific circumstances.  


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  • ​​Crieff:

Private sessions take place in Taylor Park.

  • Perth:

Private sessions take place in South or North Inch Park.

  • Stirling:

Private sessions take place in Kings Park.

  • Edinburgh:

Private sessions take place in Inverleith or Holyrood Park


  • Glasgow:

Private sessions take place in Kelvingrove Park.

  • Dundee:

Private sessions take place in Baxter Park.​​

*Depending on your availability and where you live, I'm always open to trying to find a time and place that suits you. Get in touch and we can discuss options. 

In certain circumstances, I can also offer problem-solving sessions online through Zoom if you live outside Central Scotland or if it's more convenient for you to do it this way. 



Prices for one-to-one dog training sessions start at £75, depending on where you live and the training options we decide to go ahead with.

*All sessions need to be pre-booked and paid at the time of booking and are non-refundable.

However, clients can reschedule their session 7 days or more before booked sessions if necessary.