Consultations and Pricing

 

After the initial consultation, I charge a flat rate of $150.00 per hour, and $0.56 per mile, traveling from my Home office in Lafayette, Indiana. I accept cash, check, and PayPal at this time.

The initial consultation for Puppies is $300.00, and includes the following:

  • A review of your puppy's behavior/medical history form

  • A home visit where I meet the puppy and have a discussion with the entire family about expectations

  • A review of the Puppy Start Right program, including the Puppy Start Right book (authors Dr. Ken Martin and Debbie Martin)

  • A Visit Summary Report that will be distributed to you and your veterinarian, upon your request

The initial consultation for Family Paws is $300.00, and includes the following:

  • A review of your dog's behavior/medical history form

  • A home visit where I meet your dog and have a discussion with both parents-to-be about expectations

  • A review of the individualized plan for learning how to prepare, with your dog, for life with a baby.

  • A Visit Summary Report that will be distributed to you and members of your support system, upon your request

Puppy Culture

 

"The Powerful First 12 Weeks That Can Shape Your Puppy's Future"

  • Safe early socialization for puppies who are newborn to 12 weeks of age

  • Emotional resiliency exercises

  • Development and fear periods

  • Puzzles, games, and problem solving

  • How to find a good puppy class

  • Potty training

Puppy Start Right

 

"Setting Puppies Up For A Lifetime of Success"

  • Socialization for puppies who are 8 to 12 weeks of age

  • Growth and development

  • Leash walking

  • Recall

  • Puzzles, games, and problem solving

  • Environmental management

  • Making safe exploration fun

 

Clicker Training

 

"Building the Human-Animal Bond with Positive Reinforcement"

 

  • Training for puppies who are 8 to 16 weeks of age

  • Makes training fun for both the dog and humans

  • Builds the human-animal bond

  • Teaches dogs new skills

  • The best part: watching them think, process the information, and the light bulb goes on!