The Pet Behaviour Centre - Canine/Dog Behaviour Problems

By: The Pet Behaviour Centre  05/12/2011
Keywords: Dog, Detailed Report, Referral Form

Some behaviours such as inter-dog or dog-human aggression, separated-related barking or destructivenss, noise phobias etc., although benefiting from obedience training require a thorough behaviour modification consultation and assessment.

There are many organic/veterinary causes for changes in behaviour which need to be excluded prior to embarking upon a behaviour modification programme.

Since each dog is genetically different and has had different experential learning, it is important that correct diagnosis of the problem and appropriate behaviour modification techniques are identified. Consultations take approximately two hours and a detailed report is provided. Follow-up lessons may be required.

What works for a friend's dog may not work for your dog and even make the situation worse.

Behaviour problems are often specific to the experiences your dog has undergone. Early experience, socialisation, diet and medical conditions, and training can all contribute to the problem. Therefore a detailed history of the problem is the first step to an accurate diagnosis.

Next Steps

If you have a specific problem with your dog which you want to resolve then please download and complete the following form.

Referral Form

If your pet is insured please download the veterinary referral form to be completed by your veterinary surgeon.

Clients who have their pet insured with Allianz Petplan can have their fees met by the insurance subject to the normal claims criteria to claim please download the form.

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