Do you feel embarrassed and stressed by your dog’s behaviour? Does your dog frustrate and annoy you and make you feel anxious, even though you love them to bits?
Did you see that footage a few years back on YouTube with the owner desperately calling his dog back who had decided to chase the local deer? I don’t know about you but I could feel how mortified the owner was as I sat watching it all unfold on my computer screen.
Unwanted behaviour problems are the main reason dogs are re-homed. Shockingly, they are also the biggest cause of deaths in dogs under the age of two.
Preventing these unwanted behaviours in the first place is crucial – and super easy with positive reinforcement training from the first day you bring your puppy home
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If you’ve had your dog for a while and his behaviour isn’t great, don’t panic! Learnt behaviors are not permanent: with time and patience, we can change them together.
Having an understanding of why your dog does what he does and a structured training plan will allow you to enjoy a positive outcome. No more embarrassing, stressful walks, instead you can relax with your dog.
Maybe you have a dog that doesn’t come back when called? Not a problem! Imagine the comforting feeling knowing you can call your dog back when you need to and avoid any potentially dangerous situations. There is no price on being able to keep your dog safe.
Book a free 15 minute call here today and discover how we can improve your life with your dog.
Behaviour packages start from £190. A complete assessment of your dog’s behaviour is included in the consultation session, which can last up to 90 minutes. A training plan will be agreed and a 60 minute follow up session booked to build on your skills and to develop your strategies if needs be.
Please note that issues such as separation anxiety usually require more than two sessions. For a personalised quotation you can book a free 15 minute call by emailing me at firstname.lastname@example.org