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Separation Anxiety

Firstly, you haven’t caused it but I  can help. Working with a dog that has separation anxiety takes time and patience. I give you a personalised, highly effective plan which is simple to follow. I hold your hand every step of the way. By taking all the guesswork out of the process and guiding and supporting you to a happier life with a dog confident to spend time home alone!

Veterinary Referral

The physical health of your dog can affect the way they respond to training. No one can learn new ways of behaving if they are not feeling well. This is why it is important to make sure your dog is fit and healthy. I will ask your vet to fill in a referral form and provide me with your dog’s full medical history. This will give me valuable information about her past health and give me a fuller picture of her current behaviour. Sometimes we find that medication can help a dog respond better to the training by reducing anxiety. If we agree that this is the case I will consult with your vet as to what is appropriate for your dog.  When determining how to train a dog with separation anxiety, we rely on all of the information available to us.

Each 4 week package includes:

  • A 60-90 minute initial assessment (on Zoom)

  • 5 personalised training sessions per week

  • 1 live (Zoom) reassessment per week with me

  • Data tracking

  • The live assessment and reassessments are recorded and you can have the recording

  • Help with setting up Zoom if needed

  • Ongoing email/WhatsApp support  while we work together

  • You and your dog will take 2 days off a week

 

I am then always available to do ad-hoc live reassessments