DOG BOOT CAMP RESIDENTIAL TRAINING


WE TRAIN YOUR DOG FOR YOU

Our Dog Boot Camp residential training is a custom package where a dog can stay in our home or clean and comfortable kennels for a minimum of three weeks, whilst spending every day and as much time as is necessary with the Vislor Dog Training Team addressing general obedience needs such as:

  • Dog or Handler Aggression
  • Coming back when called - recall
  • Paying attention to you - attentiveness
  • Unwanted behavior such as jumping up, biting, nipping, mouthing, barking
  • Learning commands such as sit, stay, wait and walking nicely to heel on a loose lead
  • Learning to be calm around children and in every day situations
  • You dog will also have plenty of exercise and interaction with our own dogs
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We only take one dog at a time. We do progress reports to keep you updated and reassured that your pet is safe and well.
We do video clips and publish them on our social media sites.

Minimum stay is three weeks, with one week fee payable upon booking and the balance upon commencement of the stay. You can meet Trav for a chat prior to booking residential training so that you can be confident in leaving your pet with us and for us to assess the suitability of your dog for this type of training. An inclusive hand over lesson will be carried out when the stay is complete to show you what has been achieved and to teach you how to keep on top of your dog has learned. To advance the training even further you can book further top up lessons or future residential stays at a later date, perhaps when you next go on holiday rather than your pet being stuck in boarding kennels.

  • £ 350

    RESIDENTIAL TRAINING RATE PER WEEK
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Reviews

Take a look at our many wonderful reviews from other pet owners that have used our service.

Faye & Dave H & Elsa GSD

Good morning Lorraine, Travis and all the team at Vislor, Dave and I would like to say a huge thank you to all of you for Elsa's transformation into a much happier, calmer dog. She came to you as a dog that we were struggling with , even looking to rehome her due to her uncontrollable behaviour outside of the house. We had tried all we could, various dog training classes 3 times a week, even putting her in daycare to give our other dogs a break too as she had started to be aggressive towards them - not a happy home at all. It was a hard decision to leave her with you, very emotional for me especially but we were desperate . The videos you sent us during her weeks were a joy to see, just to see the potential in her and that she was so happy made it all worthwhile. We now have a beautiful dog with a nice temperament who is a joy to walk on lead and safe to walk off lead, in fact today she played with another dog , something we never invisaged being able to do. There is no aggression in the house at all between the dogs and our outlook is full of hope for Elsa. We know this is a work in progress and Elsa may need further help or refresher training moving forward but we have no hesitation in going back to Vislor and recommending you to anyone in a similar position. You have saved both our sanity and also Elsa's.


David, Karen & Labradoodles

would just like to take this opportunity to thank you all for the time you spent training Bentley and Barney, our wayward Labradoodles. The change in their behaviour is truly amazing and they can now be trusted to walk without their lead anywhere we go, without fear of them running off or chasing other dogs or even sheep, as had been known in the past. Trav is truly gifted and should be recognised for his dedication, it is very much appreciated Best regards, David and Karren Hepworth See their Vislor rehab video amongst a big flock of fairly nervous but ultimately un-chased sheep, below.


Otis (Jack Russell) - Residential Dog Training

Otis came to us as a 10 week old adorable puppy after our 14 year old Schnauzer died.
From the start Otis seemed very different and some what defiant. We put it down to puppy behavior. 6 months on he became increasingly impossible to control, he loathed the lead and would prefer to be dragged along rather then just accept it. He would leap up on us all almost knocking my mother in law to the ground, destroy everything he could get his teeth into, killed a chicken and then decided to try and take on a herd of horses, chasing them for 20 minutes whipping them into a complete frenzy, biting at their fetlocks until I managed to get hold of him. He was like the worst teenager on crack cocaine. Impossible to control, defiant, and actually rather frightening.
After the chicken incident I went on line and found VISLOR, called them up, bundled Otis into the car and drove up for a lesson. After 30 minutes of trying to teach him to walk to heel Travis thought that OTIS was in need of “residential training” as Otis had proved himself to be much more challenging than the average dog. 2 weeks later I was invited to go and have a training session with him. I couldn’t believe the change in him and I knew then that there was something very special about Travis to be capable of helping a dog as extreme as Otis.
He stayed on for another 2 weeks until Travis came to our property and we did further training here. Otis went back to Vislor for one more week and then another home training session. 5 weeks in all. Worth every penny. I believe if we hadn’t done training with VISLOR something pretty horrid would have happened.
Now after a fortnight he sits very calmly if invited inside, can walk beside me with out pulling on his lead, can walk off the lead and comes back when called and is a pleasure to have around. It hasn’t been easy having him home and I am onto him all the time. It is now up to me to keep up all excellent habits he has been painstakingly taught by Travis. Give him an inch and he will take a mile. I think of him as a recovering addict. One day at a time.

Wayne R - Residential Dog Training

Dear Travis & Lorraine,
Just a short note to thank you very much for looking after and training my 2 German Shepherds; Troy and Zeus. The 5 weeks that they were with you have made such an improvement to their health and behaviour as well as made a huge difference to our family as we definitely now enjoy them both so much more.
When Zeus in particular arrived with you his general health was not perfect but in the little time he was with you, he is a changed dog and pleased to say he has kept the weight on (and a little bit more if anything!!). His coat like Troy’s is now looking fantastic and their appearance is commented on by everyone.
In time I would love to get Troy to do some agility… So I will be in contact no doubt!! Your knowledge of German Shepherds and training was impressive and clear from the first day. The set up that you have in Bush Bank, Hereford is ideal and the work that you are currently doing on the premises is impressive.
​ Took my German Shepard puppy to Travis with an open mind and was completely blew away by the professionalism and execution of there training. Travis listened to what I want and expect from my dog in terms of my training and I thoroughly believe he will deliver this. 5** service without been charge extortionate prices. I have already recommend Vislor to my friends however I do believe there reputations superseded them.
J - February 2016
"I have trained with travis at vislor for the last two years.
I can honestly say i have never met anyone in my eight years working with dogs that is as gifted as a trainer, handler and instructor of dogs as travis.
I have worked closely with him for the last two years, and have gone through the puppy development programme up to adult dogs.
If you want to give your puppy the best chance of developing into a well rounded and obedient dog in todays society, which is imperitive then i strongly recommend you follow the puppy programme, that also develops you into a competent and confident handler.
Travis has the experience and proven ability to train and modify unwanted behaviours in your dog no matter how big or small, and has helped me train my dogs from everyday training issues through to professional competition. Travis's training methods are easy to understand and most importantly they work, which is the most important thing when looking for a trainer to train your dogs.
The atmosphere at vislor is serious when it needs to be, but fun and you will be made to feel welcome and at ease when meeting and training with the vislor family.
I can not thank travis and vislor enough for making me into a more confident and competent handler, and for developing my dogs into obedient members of the canine family.