Rehomed and restarting

Helping your dog to feel at home

Rescued and rehomed dogs come from such a wide array of backgrounds and all carry their own unique, hidden past so there is no formula to follow or set blueprint to success. This training package is designed to help develop a language between you and your dog. With these foundation skills you can then go on to more specific aims whether that is to simply increase quality of life, to develop manners in the home and out on walks, or to be able to compete in dog sports such as scent work, tracking or obedience. 

Programme designed for pups 8-20 weeks

"The sessions on Zoom are easy and fun. I would definitely recommend!!"
Jo & Mabel

Every dog has the potential to be a happy, confident, and responsive companion. We will provide you with everything you need to know to help your dog fulfil their potential.

Puppy socialisation watch video footage of appropriate versus inappropriate play, get real time help with habituation to noises, get access to socialisation to-do lists with advice at every stage.

Key foundational skills build the skills necessary to have a life without conflict with your dog. Teach them to walk politely on leash, come when called, settle when asked and greet visitors to your home politely.

Problem solving guide you through the difficult times of nipping, barking and toilet training using gentle but effective solutions.

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Investment: £270

  • 6 x Live coaching sessions

  • 4 week programme

  • Handouts after each session

  • Certificate of completion



Investment: £420

  • 8 x Live coaching sessions

  • 4 week programme

  • Handouts after each session

  • Personalised daily tasks from Mon - Thurs

  • Weekly checklists

  • Email support

  • Certificate of completion

Pricing plans

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Ready to get started?

The first step is booking a free 20 min zoom chat

Without Hal's help things might have turned out very differently

Our girl Chica is a settled, confident and happy 5 month old chihuahua pup and such a lot of this is down to the sessions we had with Hal when she first came to us at 9 weeks. Hal helped us immensely, teaching us how to understand Chica's behaviour so we could help her calm down and settle. She's been a little live wire from the outset and I think without Hal's help things might have turned out very differently. Hal was kind, clear and always had Chica's interests at heart. I'm so touched that she's kept her in mind since by recommending potential puppy play mates.