Do those issues listed above cause daily struggle for you?
Do you feel embarrassed, what is more; isolated?
Has your dog been reported to local authorities?
Did anybody suggest to rehome ( or even worse…) your beloved pet? Have you got no idea how to resolve the issues you are facing?

Do not worry! You have already made the first step to succeed. Did you know that many people avoid talking to an expert about dog aggression, reactivity and other related behavioural issues because they feel they might be told off, blamed, sometimes even told to rehome or euthanize their dogs? But it does not help with resolving your problem, does it?!

The sooner you get help with your dog’s aggression the easier it will be to help your dog live a more harmonious life with you. 

Without treatment dog aggression does not improve; each time the aggression occurs, the brain rewires itself to be a little better at making that process occur more efficiently and effectively. What is more, it can affect your life in subtler ways too, causing more stress and conflict for you and your family. Isolating your dog can not be the solution either.

“Quick fix” or long lasting, real solution and support : that is the question.

I am sorry if it disappoints you, but quick fix is not possible in cases of complex behavioural issues. Complex behavioural issues can NOT be resolved with just two-three sessions, phone and online consultations. If someone recommends you this, it is not just non-professional but irresponsible too. They put you to higher risk and danger.

Your next question could be logical : So what kind of techniques and methods can bring quick results? 
The answer is : aversive methods based on dominance theory. These are not just outdated views and techniques, but most importantly they are creating fear in your dog, and so your dog will avoid causing the punishment to occur again. (as part of his/her defensive mechanisms). Threatening, or intimidating any dog cause physical, emotional and mental harm.

Why I don’t use punishment based techniques?

First of all because I don’t find them morally and ethically acceptable. 
Second of all punishment causes more harm than long-lasting results, but most importantly these techniques ignore the emotional state of the dog and they make the dog unable to reach the full potential in his or her partnership with humans.

So what do I use then? 

I’m using just and only positive reinforce techniques such as clicker training, obedience training and relaxation training techniques and practices to help you and your dog prepare for more targeted and direct behaviour modification. This important work is often skipped or rushed through simply because people don’t understand exactly why it is so important. If you push your dog too far or too fast in behaviour modification, you risk making him/her worse. Foundation training allowing the behaviour modification process possible.

If we use force-free techniques, what can guarantee our success?

Commitment 
Committing yourself to making change happen. It can be challenging, but at the same time satisfying as well, because you will find that you become better dog owner overall and learn about yourself in the process.
Accurare assessment, diagnostics  
After a detailed Behavioural Analysis and assessment I will be able to see your problem(s) you experienced and your dog’s history in greater detail. 
Personalised treatment plan
I plan your own, personalised Behavioural Modification Programme. 
You are not left alone
We will carry out the Programme week by week. I won’t just tell/send you what you need to do – it’s not distance learning. I will show you and help you train and work with your dog together on weekly basis.  
Bond building
Through the process you will be able to not just strengthen the bond between you two, but you will have a trustworthy, reliable relationship

What is Behavioural Modification Programme?

It means after we defined the behaviour, there are strategies to reduce anxiety, stress level, develop better tolerance and better coping skills and create new positive associations.
It's a systematic and positive approach to changing your dog’s behaviour. The Programme and training will help you with dealing and managing situations essentially better when aggression or other behavioural issues occur.
It’s about control situations, ourselves and our beloved pet.

The Programme includes 10 hands on, one-on-one, 1.5 hour trainings. After every training I will send you the tasks were practised and you will need to practise with you dog till the next training session. You’ll get a gift pack in the beginning and an extra session for free at the end of the 10 sessions. This will be an assessment session, when we can discuss your dog’s progress and further needs.

This outstanding Programme with the extraordinary support costs £40 per session, in total £400 plus you'll get the 11th session for free and don't forget about the goodie bag...
If you do not have time to practise with your dog between our sessions, I can offer additional practice for discounted price. 

My phone and online support is always there for you, if you feel stuck, hesitant.


Why is it that long?

1.Because foundation training is allowing the behaviour modification process possible.

2.We need to monitor your dog carefully. Every step is important, can’t miss or skip one or more; pushing your dog into more than he/she is ready for. We always set higher expectations, and pushing starts again without recognising it. I will be there not just for your dog, but for you also; I will help you carry out tasks correctly and effectively; recognise the success on every single learning stage and be patient at the same time. If you push your dog too far or too fast in behaviour modification, you risk making him or her worse.

Behavioural Modification Programme step by step

1. Contact me via phone, email, facebook. ( Please, provide your name, email, phone number, your dog’s name, age, breed, and a short summary about the experienced, anticipated issues.)
2. We arrange a Behavioural Consultation and assessment date.
3. The analysis and my recommendations will be sent to you after the assessment.
4. I plan your dog's own personalised plan and start the training. The Programme includes 10 hands on, one-on-one, 1.5 hour long trainings. After every training I will send you the tasks were practised and you will need to practise with you dog till the next training session. 
5. You’ll get a gift pack in the beginning and an extra session for free at the end of the 10 sessions. This will be an assessment session, when we can discuss your dog’s progress. 



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