Behavioural Problems

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Throughout my time with dogs I have experienced various behavioural problems with clients and kennelled dogs. Certain behaviours can cause extreme distress to dogs and their owners and can create unpleasant situations within the home and in public places.

Before a dog can change its behaviour, you as the owner must accept your faults once brought to your attention. I will positively guide, and enthusiastically encourage owners and dogs to achieve a happy relationship.
Behavioural problems can include:
  • General control
  • Separation anxiety
  • Attention seeking
  • Destruction of home and belongings
  • House toilet training
  • Aggressive Behaviour – towards other dogs and people
  • Fears and Phobias
  • Chasing and lunging at people, vehicles etc
  • Territorial behaviour