In person in Norfolk, or anywhere in the UK via video call.
It's so exciting when you welcome home a new dog & they bring so much fun, joy & companionship to your life. But, then they start to act in a problematic way & it's really difficult to understand why.
It's also impossible to know how to change things for the best with the never ending supply of conflicting information coming at you from all angles (from well meaning friends & family, that quick google search you did, the Facebook forum full of opinions, or the neighbour that loves to comment on your dog's behaviour). So, your relationship with your pet starts to break down & you just don't know what to do for the best.
If your dog's behaviour is leaving you feeling stressed, anxious, or confused... it's the right time to get some support!
That's what I'm here for! To help you understand your dog & why they're behaving as they are. Then, I'll support you in reaching your goals for your dog's behaviour change.
You can get your relationship with your dog back on track & return to enjoying all the delights your canine companion brings you!
Dog Behaviour Support
This is right for you if you need help with an existing dog behaviour or training problem.
Dog behaviour support can help you learn to understand your dog’s behaviour & move forward towards change & a less stressful life!
Whether they’re showing aggression, anxiety, reacting to people, dogs, traffic on walks, showing obsessive behaviours, overexcitement, or any other problematic behaviour, I can help.
My dog behaviour support includes 3 months of support to help you feel confident moving forward! You get:
•An hour & a half session where I assess your dog’s behaviour and give you my recommendations on how to move forward.
• A follow up, personalised plan & guide summarising your dog’s behaviour, including my pragmatic advice on what change you can achieve & how to you can go about this.
• A half hour video call follow up session.
• 3 months support to ask questions & discuss any concerns or struggles you’re having using email or Voxer (a free Walkie Talkie app).
What happens after your initial dog behaviour support period is completed?
You can sign up to as much follow up support as you would like!
Sessions take place via video call, or at my consultation room in Chedgrave, Norfolk.Enquire Here
Dog Behaviour Support
Are you having a challenging time with your dog's behaviour?
My dog behaviour support can help you move forward & work towards that much needed change!
Dog Behaviour cost (3 month support period): £350
Are you ready to understand more about your dog’s behaviour & be proactive, or begin your journey to change and life without the stress you’re feeling?
Well, there’s no time like the present… lets lift that weight off your shoulders!
I understand that working towards change & learning to understand new concepts isn’t always a straightforward path. So, my options for dog behaviour advice & guidance include support periods.
I want to help you understand more about your dog’s behaviour, what’s achievable for your specific situation & what it’ll take to get to a point you’re happy with. Then support you in applying my guidance!
From my experience, it’s much easier to help your pet when you’ve got someone to turn to & that’s why I always encourage you to take up ongoing support.
You have the option to contact me using Voxer, a free walkie talkie app. This means you can get in touch and ask those niggling questions, get reassurance that you’re making progress, ask for feedback, or just have somewhere non judgemental to vent how you’re feeling about your pet.
You’ll also have priority for ongoing support & sessions with me if you choose…
Vet referral will be required for any services which aim to address behaviour problems which have already established.
Vet referral is a really easy process. I’ll ask you to get in touch with your vets & request that they sign my referral form. This way I can keep your vets in the loop & chat to them about your case if necessary.
Why might I need to liaise with your vet?…. well, a dog’s health can affect their behaviour, so to it’s important that I’m aware of their vet history & any health conditions so I can help you best. In some cases, behaviour can also be an indicator of pain, so it’s important for vets & behaviourists to work together to help you achieve the best results!
The form your vet needs to complete can be found here.
If you’d like to get started, but still have a few questions you’d like to discuss first… you can book a free 15 minute chat to learn more about how I work here…Book a call
Yes. I have a an MSc in Clinical Animal Behaviour.
I'm both a registered Animal Training Instructor (ATI) & Clinical Animal Behaviourist (CAB) with the Animal Behaviour & Training Council (ABTC). I'm also a full member of the Association of Pet Behaviour Counsellors (APBC), a Candidate member of the Fellowship of Animal Behaviour Clinicians (FABC) & a full member of the Professional Association of Canine Trainers (PACT).
That's a huge amount of acronyms, I know!
Basically, being a member of these organisations means that I work under a professional code of conduct & have been thoroughly assessed in my knowledge of dog behaviour & ability to help people with their dogs.
I can guarantee you my support, my expertise & help in working towards the best long term outcome for you & your dog.
Unfortunately, behaviour is complex. There really isn't a one size fits all approach to behaviour change, quick fixes are unlikely and there are no guarantees.
My ethos is all about helping people to understand their dog's behaviour and work to achieve long lasing results. If you understand the process, you're much more likely to be able to support your dog in changing their behaviour.
Realistically, (despite what the TV and social media can make us believe!) there isn't usually a straight path towards behaviour change. So, I really want you to feel supported & like you can come to me when you have both ups and downs in your training & behaviour change journey.
I'm able to help you if...
• You're waiting to welcome a new dog & you want to be proactive in learning about how best to go about things from the get go.
• You're struggling with your dog & you'd really like some support to work out the best way forward.
• You'd like to understand more about why your dog behaves as they do.
• You no longer want to feel stressed, worried, confused, or anxious about your dog's behaviour.
• You want educated, empathetic support, so you can help your dog.
• You want to know how you can get your relationship with your dog back on track using kind, ethical training & behaviour therapy.
If you can relate to any of the above & think I'm a good fit to help you, then I'd love to hear from you!
You do if you're looking for support with an existing dog behaviour problem.
Behaviour is complex & can be impacted by health & discomfort. So, vet communication is important so I can help you as best as possible.
It's an easy process, you just need to ask your vet to sign my referral form. The form can be found on my homepage.
Behaviour support works just the same if you visit me, or if we work remotely via video call.
In fact, sometimes this makes the process much easier, because you can really focus on the session & don't need to worry about what your dog's doing.
You don't need to worry that I haven't seen your pet showing their problem behaviour. I'll know what you mean when you describe it & I'll ask you for videos where it's helpful to see something.
Often, people see much better results when they can really focus on the process and guidance, before working with their pet.
You'll have the guidance you need & ongoing support, so there's plenty of time to get your head around things first.