We know how hard it must be for owners to choose the right dog day care for their best friends - and we hope that the following information may help you decide to choose Bark2School Dog Day Care.
In our experience we would say no - not all dogs are appropriate day care candidates. Some dogs are sociable species but that doesn't
mean all dogs get along with each other. Just like us humans we don't always get on with one another.
It's very important when considering sending your dog to a dog day care centre - that you evaluate your dog's personality and behaviour to determine if your dog has the potential to do well at the dog day care centre. It's really important that we get this right for your dog - so please if you need any further help or advice on how to decide or not to send your dog to the dog day care centre, we would be delighted to meet you and your dog so we can work out what is best for your dog together.
Prices range from £14.50 - £23.00 depending on the number of days booked and whether part time or full time.
You may download our price list here.
To book or discuss your dog's needs please complete our contact form.
We look forward to meeting you and your dog very soon.
Ros is an APDT (Association of Pet Dog Trainers) Trainer which promotes positive, motivational methods of training, and adheres to a strict
APDT Code of Practise.
She has worked and helped owners with a vast range of different animals from dogs, cats, chickens, rabbits, guinea pigs to ponies and horses over many years.
Ros has been successfully been running Bark2school dog training company for over 10 years in Gosport - and she is now with her son Danny able to offer and overseeing the new Dog Day Care Centre in Gosport.. Ros prides herself on offering a friendly, supportive service to all of her owners and their puppies, dogs and other pets
Ros is also a trainer for the KCGCS (The Kennel Club Good Citizen Scheme) (Reference am/1150/GCDS), a proud member of the Pet Professional Guide (PPG) and the Dr Ian Dunbar Academy.
Having been involved in dog training for many years, Ros places a strong emphasis on positive dog training and rehabilitation. She continues to further her knowledge by studying with Canine Principles (all courses are accredited by a qualified animal behaviourist) and is working through the Canine Diploma, together with many other accredited diplomas and certificate courses. As a member of the relevant organisations she has access to a number of video libraries, links and updated information. She continues to attend practical seminars and courses to enhance and further her knowledge. In her spare time, which she admits isn't much nowadays, she loves to spend time with her pug Holly, and her very supportive family.
WE WILL BE ADDING MORE INFORMATION ABOUT OUR STAFF SO PLEASE COME BACK SOON.