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Dog behaviour

Our dogs are an integral part of our lives and are involved in many daily activities. They interact with other animals both inside the home and out, children (ours and others), new adults and many interesting and stimulating new places. Most of the time they do this in a remarkably relaxed and reliable manner, sometimes however they come across events that they find difficult to understand or cope with and behave in an unusual or unwanted way.


I see all breeds of dogs, working and pet for a wide range of behaviour issues including:


  • Aggression (to other familiar dogs, to unfamiliar dogs, to familiar humans and unfamiliar humans as well as to familiar and unfamiliar animals of other species)

  • Separation anxiety and attachment issues (including attention seeking)

  • Fears and phobias (such as livestock, vehicles, fireworks and gunshot)

  • Repetitive behaviours such as tail chasing, repetitive barking, licking and staring.

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