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FAQ's & Interviews & Qualifications

 
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WHERE ARE YOU BASED?

Majority of Leinster, Ireland.

I provide a in-home service where I travel, to clients homes from Kildare to Dublin, Laois to Carlow , from Kilkenny to Meath

I work with owners & there dogs.

I also offer service for further distanced clients with an online/phone consultation which isn't as effective but does have a 50% of working. 

WHAT PAYMENTS DO YOU TAKE?

Qualifications/Experience

  • Experience working in a vet hospital & Day-care/Training Facility for 3+ years 

  • Diploma in Puppy Training 

  • Certificate in Dog Psychology & Training

  • Certificate in Dog Behaviour & Training 

I take Cash or Card or Revolut, Cash is preferred.

i do have a card machine also if needed as payment method. 

WHAT IS YOUR EXPERIENCE WITH MINDING DOGS IN HOME?

I used to manage a boarding kennels for 3 years and the day-care facility with up to 50 dogs a day between both facilities to care for. I have also been trusted with some clients house keys to go in and check in on their dogs when needed. In those 3 years i gained experience also in the veterinary hospital as a vet assistant.

DO YOU REQUIRE A DEPOSIT?

Yes I require a deposit. I  will require a 10-15 euro deposit through a link I will send to you directly after we have chatted.  

This deposit is NON-REFUNDABLE.

Due to being a small business and being in such high demand at the moment I will need this. 

DO YOU HAVE A CANCELLATION POLICY?

Like explained in deposit question above I will require a deposit which will be NON-REFUNDABLE

WHAT IS YOUR TRAINING METHODS?

All positive reinforcements, associations and showing owners and dogs the link to understand what is needed to be done

WHY DO YOU COST MORE THEN OTHER TRAINERS? WHAT'S THE DIFFERENCE?

I fix behavioural issues such as anxiety or aggression. I would help more in a detailed response as I go through your dogs past and try find ways to best suit or help your dogs needs. like a psychologist would do more instead of a counsellor.