By booking a consultation or event, you acknowledge that you have read, understood and agree to the terms and conditions outlined below.
Once a consultation/event
has been booked, a confirmation of the booking will be sent with details
of the venue, time, costs and any other information that is required to
ensure the consultation/event runs smoothly. All instructions must be
followed to ensure the safety of all those involved. Failure to do so
may result in the cancellation of the consultation/event with no refund.
For events the full fee is
required at the time of booking in order to secure your place.
Unfortunately, if payment is not received on booking, you may lose your
It is the responsibility
of the client to ensure that they are available at the correct time, on
the correct day of the consultation/event. Failure to do so may result
in the cancellation of the consultation/event place with no refund.
Deposits, Refunds and Cancellations
Consultations/Training visits/Follow Up visits
A deposit of £20 for all appointments is required to confirm the booking. The deposit will then be used towards the cost of the consultation/training visit/follow up, which must be paid in full on the day of the visit.
If you have to postpone or cancel your consultation within 7 days, your deposit will be retained.
Events - Workshops and Talks
refunds are only possible if your place is cancelled with at least 14
days notice, even if the circumstances are unavoidable. This is to
ensure the event can still go ahead because outside trainers/speakers
and venues will need to have been pre-booked and paid.
If an event has to be cancelled due to the weather or due to unforeseen circumstances, the event fee will be refunded.
The balance of the consultation fee and any training goods must be paid in full at the time of the consultation or event. Payment is accepted by cash or bank transfer at the time of the consultation or event. The price of the consultation or event will be the price as agreed on the confirmation letter.
To ensure you gain the most from the consultation, all family members or friends who come into regular contact with the dog(s) are encouraged to be present. A behavioural consultation does however take up to two hours and so it is advised that children under the age of 5 have an adult who is able to supervise and if necessary take them into a different room during the consultation.
Safety and Responsibility
In order to ensure my own personal safety and that of your dog(s), it is essential that all dog(s) are placed securely in another room prior to my arrival at your home. Introductions will then be supervised by myself during the visit. All instructions during the consultation must be followed to ensure the safety of all of those involved. Failure to do so may result in the cancellation of the consultation with no refund.
Consultations, Training visits and Events
Although every precaution
is taken to ensure the highest safety standards, the safety of both
yourselves, your pets and your property remains your responsibility;
- By booking with Jenny baxter, you are accepting that participating in the training and modification of your dog’s behaviour may pose a risk of injury to yourself and your dog. You also are accepting responsibility for ensuing that anyone who accompanies you to a consultation is aware that they do so at their own risk.
- By booking with Jenny Baxter, you are accepting that Jenny Baxter will not take responsibility for any accidental damage to property owned by yourself and if damage is made to any property of Jenny Baxter, this will be replaced or fully compensated.
If any accidents or injuries occur, they must be immediately reported to myself at the time they occurred to ensure the correct safety protocols are followed.
Jenny Baxter is fully insured with Cliverton with the 'Pet Trainers and Behaviourists Insurance Cover'.
Unless required by law, public interest or you give your consent, information which you supply will be kept confidential.
By paying the deposit you are giving permission for Jenny Baxter to obtain, store or share the following information set out below, under the new general data protection regulations:
1. Contact your vets to obtain your pet’s full medical history.
Share a summary of your report with your vets and discuss any findings
with them that relate to the treatment of your pet e.g. if they require
further medical investigations or medication.
Save your report and contact information on a password protected
computer that is stored in a locked premises. This will be saved for
the duration of your dog’s treatment and for 2 years thereafter. This
is to ensure that any further contact regarding any behavioural
concerns, or incidents that occur, can be properly investigated from the
history and treatment that has been advised.
The business website is hosted on the GoDaddy.com platform. GoDaddy.com provides an online platform that allows Jenny Baxter to sell her services to you. Your data may be stored through GoDaddy.com’s data storage, databases and the general GoDaddy.com applications. They store your data on secure servers behind a firewall.
Analytics is used to measure and collect session information, including
page response times, length of visits to certain pages, page
interaction information, and methods used to browse away from the page.
If anyone has used the 'contact me' page, this information is not stored other than on the email that it was sent. Emails can only be accessed on a password protected phone and a password protected computer that is stored in a locked premises. If you would like your enquiry email to be deleted from the server, please contact me at email@example.com