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About

Cheeky Chihuahua Dog Behaviourism is a family run dog behaviourist business, based in Weston super Mare. We are fully qualified and insured, and I am a member of the Institute of Modern Dog Trainers. We offer one to one training and behaviour work, and puppy classes.

Reviews (7)

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A
21 July 2019

A great experience for anyone who has a new puppy and wants to learn some key skills, good teaching and lovely friendly environment would definitely recommend Thank you :-)

P
21 June 2019

I called Mark as my neighbour notified me that my puppy was crying when I left home. Having never been left alone. Mark suggested a few options and I tried things out the next day. It worked! Mark suggested giving ozzy some stimulating fun activities while alone and he’s been quiet as a mouse since. Unfortunately my neighbour is still a moany old man. But I have a happy puppy that I don’t have to stress over leaving alone! Thank you! More...

G
25 July 2018

Brilliant. My two are a handful and mark was wonderful

H
25 July 2018

I felt my two standard poodles needed an extra dimension to their lives and after seeing the chihuahua agility on fb thought this would be good for them. Thank you,Mark, for all your helpful ideas and encouragement. Bertie and Beatrice love their classes. More...

E
25 July 2018

Message from Andy and Wendy Sutor:

Our dog, Lillie, is a very anxious cockapoo who struggles with encountering other dogs and people, which made it difficult to take her on walks. Mark was very patient with her, while also giving us some helpful tips on how to handle her, pointing us in the right direction. We are very grateful for his guidance and patience with Lillie. Our walks are now much more pleasurable! More...

L
29 May 2018

Mark has worked wonders with my dog. Thank you.

S
3 September 2015

Mark was friendly and very professional and had my dog behaving from the minute he stepped through the door. He gave me practical advice on how top help my dog become calmer on walks and took me out onto the street to show how his techniques work. I received a written report quickly and he has offered ongoing support should I need it. More...

Q&A

Whilst working with dogs, I can change people's lives for the better.

After studying to help our own troubled dog, I qualified as a behaviourist and learnt that there is a shortage of trainers who have experience of actually living with a dog that is crying out for help.

Training a dog is one thing, living with a troubled dog that sees you everyday, is something else entirely. Qualifications aside, people appreciate empathy and compassion, from someone who's been in their shoes.