• The Canine Behaviour Rehabilitation Centre
  • South West England
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Two Week Foundational Rehabilitation Stay

Are you struggling with your dog's behavioural issues? Do you feel like you've tried everything, yet nothing seems to work? If the answer is yes then it might be time to consider a two-week residential rehab program designed to address various behavioural challenges in dogs, providing assessment and the foundational rehab work needed to get you and your dog back on track. This unique program offers a comprehensive approach to behavioural recovery, providing a solid foundation for your dog's improvement.

The program tackles a range of issues, from human or dog reactivity and guarding behaviours to environmental fear reactivity. It's an intensive experience, but don't mistake it for a boot camp; our focus is on balanced, compassionate, foundational rehab work.

What sets this program apart is the ongoing support and guidance we give you. After the residential stay, weekly remote sessions help reintegrate your dog back into your home or kennel environment. These sessions provide personalised advice and support which enable you to continue to work with your dog in a stronger partnership and address any issues that come up with confidence, and this support continues for as long as you need it—at no extra cost. Additionally, if you are in the South West, we can offer one-to-one sessions for owners and adopters and fosters of rescue organisations.

The two-week package is priced at £385 plus VAT for owners and reduced to £350 plus VAT for rescue organisations. This investment not only addresses immediate concerns but also equips you with the tools and knowledge you need to provide your dog with ongoing behavioural support because the two-week stay is not just a temporary fix; it's the beginning of a lifelong journey towards a healthier, happier relationship between you and your dog.


* Please note that this service is not to be confused with our 4–6-week rehabilitation stays for higher level, more complex issues where the dogs need decompression, full assessment, and rehabilitation for complex long-standing issues.