Dog Behaviour Consults
Duration of Dog Behaviour Consults: 2 x sessions (1st Session 90minutes – 2nd session 60mins) and support!
Location: Unit 9/ 281 Station Road, Yeerongpilly 4105 or in your home. Please note that there are limited times available at our training centre (as we run classes). We can offer a lot more flexibility in your home. Either way if you don’t find a time that works for you, please let me know.
Cost: $300 per consult (Includes both sessions)
The two sessions are made up of an initial 90 minute session and an additional 60 minute session. However, when booking online you only need to book for your first session. The second session will be scheduled at the end of your first appointment. Fur Get Me Not also provide support and advice via email, phone and text between sessions.
Our dog behavioural consults will help you address any behavioural issues that you are concerned with your pet. For example, common causes for concern can include: Barking, Fear & Stress, Separation Anxiety, Reactivity, Aggression, Destructive behaviours, resource guarding and more!
We do not charge a travel fee for any of the following suburbs: Moorooka, Yeerongpilly, Yeronga, Tennyson, Salisbury, Rocklea, Acacia Ridge, Coopers Plains, Archerfield & Annerley.
All other suburbs are charged at $3 per kilometre from our Training Centre at Yeerongpilly per visit (you are only charged for one way).
If a travel fee applies you will be invoiced separately for this after you confirm your booking.
About our Dog Behaviourist
All behavioural sessions are done by business owner Cassandra Roland. Cassandra is professionally qualified and certified by the Pet Professional Guild as a positive dog trainer. She is committed to results and science based force-free training methods. Additionally, Cassandra is an excellent modern dog trainer and is dedicated to developing the relationship, connection and bond between an owner and their dog. You can read more about Cassandra here.
We try and make our consults affordable by giving you as much information and tools to understand and improve your dog’s behaviour on your own in as short a time as possible. We believe in early intervention and prevention so that you are not spending thousands of dollars on training.
On the other hand, some behavioural issues require the assistance of a qualified behavioural vet. If this is the case it will be identified and we will work together with a behavioural vet. Most importantly, we will give you immediate assistance and tips so that you can start working on improving your dog’s wellbeing while you wait for an appointment with a qualified specialist.
If you are shopping around/looking at other trainers, then we suggest you watch this helpful video to help you make the right decision for you and your dog and check they are listed as a professional member via the Pet Professional Guild Australia . Unfortunately, dog training is unregulated so anyone can call themselves a dog trainer and use harmful and ineffective methods.