Separation Anxiety

Separation anxiety is an extremely prevalent problem in dogs these days. Dogs are pack animals and prefer to be in the company of their humans though …Read More »


There are many different types of aggression in dogs but they can be divided into two main categories: Dog to Dog Aggression and Dog to Person Aggress…Read More »

Excessive barking

Barking is a natural and normal dog behaviour and is even encouraged in many instances such as guarding the home and warning us of danger. Sometimes…Read More »

Chewing/destructive behaviour

Dogs need to chew – its good for their minds, for their teeth and to burn some energy. However you definitely don’t want your dog to e…Read More »

Toilet training

Toilet training usually takes place in puppyhood and I can help make this process a lot easier and quicker, as well as provide you with plenty of othe…Read More »

Boisterous/hyperactive behaviour

Boisterous dogs can (unintentionally) cause harm to people – especially children or the elderly – and can therefore be considered ‘…Read More »

One-to-one obedience training

An obedient dog is an absolute pleasure to own and it usually means that the dog has a more fulfilling life. You are much more likely to take your dog…Read More »

Pulling on the lead

Walking your dog is a huge part of being a responsible owner and is vital to his mental and physical health and wellbeing. If you haven’t master…Read More »

Recall issues (not coming when called)

Recall is one of the most important commands to teach your dog, and teach him well. His very life may depend on it someday and you want to know that …Read More »

New puppy

There are few things more exciting than bringing home a new puppy but the decision to bring one into your family is not one to be taken lightly. Ju…Read More »


No one likes to be scared and your dog is no exception! Living in an ‘alien’ world, dogs are exposed to many things that are ‘unnatu…Read More »