Bringing out the best in your dog
Just like humans, every dog is different. Some dogs struggle and yet others thrive. Life experiences can be challenging for some dogs causing them to react in ways that we find difficult to understand.
That's why when behaviour problems arise, and they frequently do, it's important to look at the bigger picture.
We need to dig a little deeper to unearth the reasons why a behaviour problem is occurring rather than using a 'one size fits all' training approach that does not address the root cause.
Tell me about your dog
Is your dog behaving in a way that is concerning to you?
Is your dog reactive or aggressive towards other dogs or people? Maybe your dog guards food, toys, or even members of the family.
Perhaps your dog is hyperactive and can’t relax, or maybe your dog has become quiet, withdrawn or unresponsive
Some dogs suffer from separation anxiety and are unable to cope when left at home alone.
Whatever the problem, let's focus on a solution!
The more a behaviour is practised, the more it becomes hardwired!
Small problems can escalate until they become out of control. That's why we need to take action to make positive changes.
The correct advice is essential when dealing with problem behaviours. As a certified dog behaviour consultant, I can help you with this.
I offer private, one to one, consultations so that you and your dog are getting all the help you need.
If you are ready to take the next step,