Chingford Dog Training London
The Dog Trainers
Head Trainer Sarah Harman
Training 1-2-1 In Person
Pre Training Assessment
Have-A-Go Agility 2015
Residential Training - Currently Unavailable
Why Positive Reinforcement?
Dog Walking, Daycare and Pet Sitting
Pre-Training Assessment Form
This online form is simple to fill out and
can be completed in 5 to 15 minutes.
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Are there any vulnerable people in your household (children, elderly or disabled) that need to be taken into consideration?
Children under 5years
None of the above
Total number of people in household
Summary of Training Requirements
The issues you ate contacting us about today are...
An ongoing problem
Not yet a problem
Use this section to explain what you hope to correct through training and any relevant information.
Upload a picture of your dog / dogs if you want to
Max file size: 20MB
Your Dog's Details
Please give details of the main dog that requires training.
Neutered - a dog that has been castrated or spayed (surgical removal of the reproductive organs)
Dog age / Date of birth
Please put a rough guess of the dogs age if unknown
Pedigree or mixed breed? Please specify breed if known (don't worry about spelling)
If you selected neutered, when was the dog neutered?
How would you describe your relationship with this dog?
Do you generally get on well and train / communicate easily? Do you have times when you don't get along?
Dog's owner history (if you are not first owner)
Previous number of owners? Is the dog a rescue?
Number of dogs in household
More than 5 dogs
Select from the options how many dogs are in your household. Multi dog households may require different training techniques.
How long / since what age have you owned this dog? Is the dog a rescue?
Have you had this dog for a few days, months years?
Other pets in household
Details of other pets (other than dogs)
Does your dog get on well with all people and animals in your household?
Does your dog get on well with all humans and animals in your household?
Has this dog ever been to group training classes? If so where and when?
Puppy classes at a local club?
Has this dog ever worked with another private dog trainer?
a private trainer, a doggy friend or other?
What advice / measures have you got in place? (Baby gates, spray collars, feeding set times etc)
How often do you walk your dog?
Multiple times a day
Once a day
Every other day
A few times a week
Once a week
Do you have set times for walks?
Is your dog allowed off lead?
Yes in a safe place
No always on lead
If I'm feeling confident
I never have them on lead
Who walks the dog the most?
Partner / Spouse
Friend / Relative
We all walk the dog equally
Dog you use a dog walker
Where do you walk?
In a park? Woods? Pavements?
How far does your dog walk on average a day?
Up the road / around the block
To the local park and in the park
For long walking distances
It varries allot depending on work
We don't walk anywhere
Your Average Day
Briefly explain your average day schedule with the dog (morning, lunchtime, afternoon, evening, night time dog sleeping arrangements)
Average time the dog is left alone each day?
How much time each day do you spend training your dog?
Briefly explain what your dog eats each day
Brand name? Raw / kibble / wet food?
Who feeds the dog?
When does the dog get fed?
Irregular times / food always available
Have you recently changed your dogs diet? (If so what from and why)
Does your dog have any allergies?
Is your dog...
a healthy weight
Does your dog generally finish their food…
Within 5 minutes
In own time
The following questions are very important. Please be honest with your response as we can only help if we know all the relevant information. We welcome ALL dogs regardless of the answers given.
Has this dog ever bitten a human?
Please be honest so we can help you as best as possible
Has this dog ever bitten a dog?
Please explain the circumstances if the answer is yes (who/what was bitten, possible triggers)
Please note that during busy periods, replies may take up to 4 weeks.
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