three simple steps
1. Make an enquiry, tell us about your pet and how to contact you.
2. A LOCAL BEHAVIOURIST WILL CALL YOU TO AGREE NEXT STEPS. Check with your vet.
3. Arrange a face to face consultation with you and your pet to start work.
our animal behaviour experts
All the animal behaviour experts on this site are registered with the ABTC, the industry body that recognises and promotes the highest standards of best practice.
how we can help....
Behaviour problems in dogs are very common and often complex in nature. They can range in severity from pulling on the lead and jumping up to more complicated issues like aggression and separation anxiety. Common dog problems include mouthing/biting, nervousness, humping, chasing, toileting, barking, chewing and other destructive behaviours.
There are multiple factors that influence pet behaviour and sometimes the more severe issues can be overwhelming to live with. Common cat behaviour problems include aggression, handling, fearfulness, socialisation, predatory, roaming, scratching, toileting and spraying. Every cat is an individual and requires a bespoke approach.
for small pets
With pet behaviour there are no quick fixes and no one- size-fits-all approach. Every pet is unique. Many problems will take a fair amount of effort to sort out on the part of their owners. Behaviour problems with smaller pets can take many forms but common issues include not being happy to be handled, aggression, destructiveness or fearfulness.
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