Our behavioural modification programmes are designed to help you deal with problems such as pulling on the leash, anxiety, confidence building, dog aggression, people aggression and more. Using force free and positive only methods, our qualified canine behaviourist will tailor a programme to suit your dog’s needs on the very first house call.
The first session allows our canine behaviourist to observe the interactions between your family members and your dog. This evaluation helps our canine behaviourist understand your dog better and determine what your goals are for your dog. From this information our canine behaviourist will recommend the best training approach and demonstrate to you effective techniques that work to shape your dog’s behaviour. Your dog’s training curriculum will be designed around your individual dog and your goals. This first session typically lasts between 60 minutes to 90 minutes.
For subsequent visits, our canine behaviourist will teach you and your family how to work with your dog to achieve the desired results you want. How successful the outcome and how many sessions required depends on how quickly the dog’s caregivers learn and how diligently everyone consistently and patiently follows through with the intervention strategies.
Allow our canine behaviourist to help you look through the eyes of your dog, to understand and speak your dog’s language to arrive at the breakthrough you have always wanted with your canine buddy.
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After an evaluation of the dog’s behaviour and the issues to work through, effective step-by-step behaviour modification strategies will be designed. Your and your family will be guided to understand your dog’s signals and measures will be put in place to help your dog cope better.
The desired outcome is a well-mannered, well-adjusted dog living happily and harmoniously with the family. A minimum commitment of two sessions is recommended.
Our behaviour modification programmes are ideal for the following:
- Aggressive behaviour
- Fearfulness and insecurity
- Separation anxiety
- Chewing and destructive behaviour
- Jumping, mouthing and hyper-activity
- Nuisance barking
- Pulling on the leash
- Toileting in the house
- Digging in the garden
And much more…