Are you looking for a Dog Trainer/Instructoror a Dog Behaviourist?
Dog Trainers/Instructors Offer,
often in group/class sessions methods and advice on how to train towards
teaching the dog certain actions/behaviours like Sit Walking to Heel and
Coming Back when Called etc.
Trainers/Instructors often have many years of hands on experience and will
therefore often be able to help and advise on Behaviour problems and recognise
when 1 to 1 help is needed
Dog Behaviourists Offer, normally
1 to 1 methods of modification to change or stop behaviour that is
already occurring by looking back at what has or may have caused it.
Many (but not all) Behaviourists have studied ethology and/or cynology at
University/Collage level to gain the knowledge and experience to offer
So, although there is differences between the role of the Trainer/Instructor
and the Behaviourists the work they do will and does often overlap
so both normally will have an understanding of each others
Dogs with what may be considered
'behaviour problems' are seen on Saturdays. Before attending please phone Alan
to discuss the problem.
Remember that what you consider a problem may only
be so; because of the way you expect your dog should behave or a normal trait
of the breed you have chosen.
A dog that has adequate mental and
physical exercise is normally happy and contented and will likely spend
most of the day resting - not chewing, barking, digging, escaping or destroying
things and therefore far less likely to have 'behaviour problems'
For certain and/or sudden changes in
behaviour a health check by your vet is advisable before seeking help from a
For information on 1-2-1 home visits for Behavioural Problems
contact Tammy on 07827294788
Tammy Burrage is a professional canine behaviorist who started
as a trainer with a Cambridgeshire based
dog training school in 1998 she went on to manage it and then own the school,
which ran as a very successful and enjoyable venture seeing up to one hundred
dogs per week.