Dog Behaviour Consultations
help for problem behaviours
Bringing You Peace Of Mind
A dog’s behaviour can sometimes be scary, and at times even embarrassing. Whatever your concern or worry, I’m here to help so living with your dog can be a pleasure again.
Behaviours develop through a combination of breed, individual personality, medical issues and prior experiences. My job is to piece together all the different elements which tell your dog’s story, so we can work together to develop an individualised treatment plan.
The types of behaviour problems I can help with include issues involving anxieties, fears, aggressive behaviour (sometimes referred to as ‘reactive‘ behaviour), separation-related issues (sometimes referred to as separation anxiety) and repetitive behaviours (e.g. tail chasing).
This is why I do what I do!
One of my current behaviour clients recently shared their experience of working with me:
“We couldn’t have found a more patient and helpful behaviourist to help us deal with the resource guarding and aggression issues our 15 months old Cavachon was displaying. As first time dog owners, Alison helped us to understand what to do differently to achieve our desired outcome and the psychology behind dog behaviour and the right training approaches. Her detailed and personalised report at the end of our sessions has been invaluable for us to refer to.
We’d highly recommend her services.”
Mark and Thelma, Nottingham
What to Expect
Importantly, you’ll get all the practical help and emotional support you’ll need from a caring professional.
Get Started Today!
It really is very easy to get the help and peace of mind you’re looking for.
Just contact Alison for a short chat, complete an online booking form, and pay a deposit. That’s it!
One-off Behaviour Consultations are charged at £345.00 based on a single dog, plus mileage or travel fees incurred. A separate quote can be provided for a multi-dog household.
Your pet insurance policy may cover for behaviour, meaning you may be able to claim back our fees. You should contact your pet insurance company directly to clarify this.