Do you ever feel like you're running out of options with your dog, and you don't know where to turn to? You aren't alone, many of our clients have felt the same way over time, unsure what to do or who to turn to for help with their dogs behaviour.
As you'll see in the videos below we've been able to help our clients overcome even the toughest of challenges, by helping remove bad habits that their dogs have, by changing their behaviour to instill better habits and develop a new stronger bond instead.
My dog was biting my toddler
Bella had always been an anxious dog, but the situation was under control until Cassie's baby was born. Bella developed jealousy issues to the point that she was biting the baby, and Cassie was very distressed as she faced the prospect of having to say goodbye to Bella to protect her child.
We had to stay away from other dogs
Imagine being told after you adopted your new dog, that you needed to keep him away from other dogs? For a while Jacquie struggled when walking Benji, who would behave fine at home, but was reactive to other dogs when out walking. After several unsuccessful attempts to getting Benji to change, Jacquie knew that she needed more help.
She was a big puppy
When Keiko was adopted by Hannah from the RSPCA they realised very quickly that she had no training at all, and walking her became a major challenge as she would lunge at anyone and anything near by. Even at home there were difficulties as Keiko would jump on visitors, which was a problem given her size.
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Seaford PARK Primary School,
141 East Rd, Seaford.