Does your dog need a little help being alone?
Separation Anxiety Training
Having a dog with separation anxiety can leave you feeling trapped and overwhelmed. But there is treatment and Gentle Beth can help!
This training is entirely virtual so you can be located anywhere.
The Gentle Beth separation anxiety training package starts with a 5-week course for $600 which includes:
A 90-minute intake session.
Close work with a Certified SA Pro behavior consultant using force-free training techniques.
Five days per week of training plans designed specifically for your dog.
Review of short video clips and notes from your training sessions.
Weekly 60-minute online check-in and training sessions (4 in total).
Education about separation anxiety, its treatment, and reading your dog’s body language so that you can continue working on your own.
At the end of a course you may extend the package for another 4 weeks for $400.
In our first virtual session we’ll review the information in the questionnaire, discuss the training, do an assessment to see where we’ll begin our training, and then schedule subsequent virtual trainings. I'll send you five training plans a week with instructions to complete on your own.
After you’ve completed your day’s training plan, you’ll send me short videos of your dog from the session and notes about how they did. I use those notes and videos to determine what the next day’s plan will look like.
In our follow-up sessions we’ll examine your dog’s body language, discuss how to read it during training sessions, and I’ll explain how I decide what to do in subsequent training sessions.
At the end of the course, we’ll evaluate your progress and talk about next steps which might include extending for additional weeks.
Before we begin, I invite you to read my recent blog posts about Separation Anxiety.
If you have to cancel or reschedule a virtual session, please give me at least 24 hours' notice.
Except in rare cases, there are no refunds.
If you take a vacation, no worries! We’ll suspend the plan until you get back so that you get all your weeks of training. It is best to be consistent with your practice, so if you plan to be away multiple times during those weeks, we can discuss alternative strategies.