My 1-2-1 behavioural support is tailored to what has triggered the behaviour in your dog and uses positive and rewarding methods to help rehabilitate them in the long-term and restore calm in your relationship.
My Dynamic Dog Assessment can be used either as a stand-alone service or, more commonly as a pre-cursor to the standard Behaviour Consultation. Essentially, it helps your vet to identify if your dog is experiencing pain or discomfort which is contributing to their behaviour challenges. Many dogs tense up when they visit a vet which makes it more difficult for your vet to identify and diagnose pain in the short consultation window that they have with your dog.
Using my knowledge and experience of a dog’s anatomy and the training I have received to spot potential signs of discomfort, I use my observations of your dog and their movement to compile a detailed veterinary report with corresponding photo and video evidence of your dog. I then share my findings with your vet to support their physical examination of your dog and subsequent diagnosis and treatment. Often, only once physical pain is addressed can a behaviour support plan be truly effective.