BEHAVIOURAL PROBLEMS

behavioural training for dogs

Behavioural modification in Ashford, Canterbury and surrounding areas in Kent.

We SPECIALIST in giving attention to your dogs behavioural issues

We have years of experience in dealing with unwanted behaviours, some of which can be life threatening to your dog such as sheep chasing and livestock worrying.

The sight of a dog chasing sheep or other livestock should be taken very seriously and with good reason, because the consequences can be very severe. A dog seen chasing and worrying sheep or livestock is committing a criminal offence, even if not actually attacking them. Seen to even be slightly worrying his livestock, a farmer can legally shoot your dog safe in the knowledge that he is legally protected from prosecution.

Aggression shown from your dog can come in in many ways; dog to dog aggression, aggression to other people, possessive aggression and guarding their domain aggression. All these types of behaviour are not only dangerous but upsetting to the owner. Whatever the problem, please contact us as we will be able to help you.
We can offer behavioural modification training for the following:

  • Pulling on the lead
  • Dog to dog aggression
  • Messing/toilet training
  • Barking
  • Anxiety
  • Sheep chasing
  • Recall

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"We rescued a 7 year old German Shepherd who showed aggression to other dogs. Having tried everything we knew and getting very frustrated we called Steve for help. A single hour session, 3 simple tips and we have a different dog. It really was that quick, people think we have swapped dogs, and because we are more relaxed so is Spirit. Steve was professional, and the session was fun, one tip was showing us how different ways of playing with Spirit can help with her obedience. We would recommend Steve to anyone with problems communicating with their dog."
-Gill Harris & Steve Hall, Folkestone

"We took our 4year old jack Russell dean to see Steve, we had problems with him meeting other dogs, he would bark and go for them. Steve showed us how to stop that and within ten minutes dean was standing opposite Steve"s dog without barking and going made. It is now a pleasure to take dean out for a walk, A big thank you to Steve for all his support."
-Larry Warren, Ashford
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