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Often our dogs develop complex behavioural problems, and the resolution of these go much deeper than basic training. These behavours can be a result of a dog’s past experiences (or lack of them), environmental influences, learned coping strategies, or an underlying medical cause – and can even be a mixture of reasons. I work with you to establish what might be causing these problems, and then look at changes we can make to help the dog learn to cope and thereby improve the behaviour.
Examples of behavioural issues include aggression, nervousness, separation distress, obsessive compulsive behaviours, fears and phobias. Any one of these behaviours can have an underlying medical cause, and so it is important to get the all clear from your vet before going down a behavioural route.
Further information on private behavoural sessions can be found in the links below.