Problems with your dog’s behaviour?

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Dog Behaviour Problems

Perhaps your vet has suggested you need help from a trainer. Or perhaps it’s something you realise you need.

If you’re struggling to cope with a dog who is having problems that are affecting you or your family it can be hard to know how to move forward. I know how distressing it can be to struggle with a dog who is having problems. Everyone in the family is affected, it can sometimes cause arguments, and everyone has their own ideas.

As both a professional who works with four-pawed clients and their owners, as well as a pet owner myself, I know just how much it hurts when something is going wrong.

I work towards helping your dog, and you, enjoy your time together. I help dogs with aggression, barking, toileting, housetraining, fear, guarding and a wide a range of other behaviour problems.

With my guidance I can help you to get to the causes, and put a plan in place to start things moving in the right direction.

How does it work?

You can quickly access live, online support consultations as well as in-person (where applicable) by contacting me to set up an appointment.

We will then meet online for a consultation where together we go through the issues you are struggling with. Then, based on that conversation I will either be able to help you then and there or suggest a way forward with actionable steps that will positively improve your dog’s behaviour.

I am here to give you an honest, clear and happier future with your doggy best friend, wherever I can.

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Need emergency advice?

Do you need immediate advice while waiting for a full consult? Is it high risk and you need urgent advice?
Not sure what to do and and would like to book a pre-consultation to discuss it? Book yourself into a pre-consultation to get immediate advice.

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What do I need to know?

Q. Is this something that my pet insurance may cover?

A. Yes! Behaviour Consultation fees with an CCAB and/or APBC full member are often fully or partly covered by many insurance policies. Please contact your insurer for details.

Q. Why must I seek referral from my Veterinary Surgeon? My dog seems fine!

A. Dogs often mask pain and illness, but behaviour problems can often be the result. Clinical Animal Behaviourists recognise there can be a link between some medical conditions and behavioural symptoms. As a result a strong link is essential between the Veterinary surgeon and the behaviourist.

Q. How quickly will I see results?

A. The program advised may produce some results very quickly, particularly where you are learning new practical handling skills. More often, it will take time, effort and commitment from all the family to produce the improved behaviour. Always remember that your dog’s problems may have developed over a long period of time. Following your consultation, further advice and support is available as you progress. There is a chance that you may need further training assistance following behaviour consultation which may be booked separately.

A better choice for dog training
and behaviour help

I am a registered professional, following a strict code of practice aiming to maintain both you and your dog’s welfare and everyone’s safety too.

  • Animal Behaviour and Training Council Clinical Animal Behaviourist registered Clinical Animal Behaviourist, (ABTC-CAB) and Animal Training Instructor (ABTC-ATI)
  • Full member of the Fellowship of Animal Behaviour Clinicians (FABC)
  • Full member of the Association of Pet Behaviour Counsellors (APBC)
  • Graduate member of the British Psychological Society (MBPsS)

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