Behaviour Consultations


Did you know?

Sadly, many people believe that they have done something to create their dogs unwanted behaviour and live life blaming themselves. However, genetics and early life experiences are hugely influential in how a dog copes with situations, and some or all of these factors can be out of our control.

Problem behaviours?

I will help you understand why this is the case and move forward with you and plan to modify the behaviour. This includes behaviours such as excessive barking, separation issues, aggression and fear/anxiety related issues.


Don’t Worry.

Behaviour consultations aim to set you up with a plan for ongoing behaviour modification and management. Please feel free to call or email me if you would like to discuss your dog as an individual. Because of my accreditations, many insurance companies will allow you to reclaim the costs of my behaviour consultations (minus excess fees). Please check with yours directly.


Behaviour Packages

Bronze – Initial consultation, behaviour summary & initial plan. 1 Telephone follow up = £325


Silver package – Initial consultation, behaviour summary & initial plan. 1 face to face follow up and 1 telephone follow up = £395*


Gold package – Initial consultation, behaviour summary & initial plan. 2 face to face follow up sessions and 2 telephone follow ups = £450*

*To be used within 6 months.

Additional follow ups are charged at £75 per hour


Please email or call for booking availability.

If you are unsure which service is right for you or cannot find a suitable appointment, please contact me. 

As my availability is limited, full payment for services should be made upon booking to reserve your appointment. 

Please see my terms and conditions for my cancellation policy.

Book a consultation

I look forward to discussing with you, how I can help you and your dog.

“This evening has been a monumental breakthrough day for us as anxious dog owners. Our amazing behaviourist Lisa Chapman has proved to us that with the correct training approach and education it is possible to change the mindset of a very anxious and hypersensitive dog.”