Dogs have their own personalities, character traits and ways of getting or doing what they want! Sometimes their behaviour can cause real problems in the home or in public places. We all want our dogs to be good and we all want a great relationship with a lifetime of enjoying our best friend’s company. For many reasons, unfortunately, this is not the case. Sue, a top dog behaviourist and Expert Witness (Dangerous Dogs Act, 1991), is a Fellow of the Canine and Feline Behaviour Association and is happy to help with any behaviour problems your dog may have. A home visit to solve the problems often enables many of these difficult dogs to integrate into classes at Essex Dog Academy under the watchful instruction of Sue.
Call now! (07867 988 711) to find out how your dog’s problems can be solved in the comfort of your own home.
Sue Gilmore is accredited by leading pet insurers, so you simply pay the excess when you claim on your dog’s pet insurance policy. Please check your policy or with your insurance company for details.
Training your dog to be a happy, responsive pet is the best investment once you have welcomed your new puppy or re-homed dog into her new home. Designing 1-2-1 training sessions to specifically meet the needs of new and experienced dog owners alike requires a sound understanding of both dogs and their owners’ expectations. As a Fellow of the Canine and Feline Behaviour Association with a Masters Degree in Dog Behaviour, Psychology and Training as well as being a Master Dog Trainer, you can be sure that you and your dog will receive the help and guidance you need.
Attending Essex Dog Academy dog training classes is an excellent opportunity to socialise dogs of all ages and learn basic handling skills, but sometimes addressing specific problems or wanting to become more proficient may only be possible in a 1-2-1 training session. I have extensive experience and understanding of what is required to solve the problems presented between dog and owner.
Demonstrating, teaching you the skills and bringing a new awareness when handling your dog ensures that you are able to observe and act upon what your dog is telling you through her body language and facial expressions. When dogs become frustrated – maybe with their owners! – the behaviour matches their mood and that is when problem behaviours manifest. You will be taught the skills and techniques that I use successfully to bring a new dimension to the relationship between owner and dog.