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I carry out one to one sessions in your own home for dogs with behaviour problems like excessive barking, fear aggression, separation anxiety, house training problems etc. I can also carry out basic obedience sessions in your home. Contact me for an initial discussion to see how we can help take your dog's training forward.
My wife and I recently took in a rescue dog from Spain. She is a seven month old cross-breed and had some behavioural issues when she came to us, as you would expect from such a young dog that has had a terrible start in life.
However, she is a very loving puppy and we knew we only had to get the proper advice on how to address the various issues.
Luckily we found Gail who lives not far from us and she agreed to come and give us the training that WE needed to be able to get the best from Freya. She visited us yesterday evening for two hours, in which time she explained a lot to us regarding the reasons for many of the behaviours. She also asked if we could all take Freya to Dalmuir Park to begin some training designed to get the puppy to return to us when called.
The difference in Freya has been immediate. She is already showing positive signs in coming back when called. We have also learned how to deal with her becoming very anxious when other dogs are near and that seems to already be working, as we have successfully dealt with two such occasions today.
Gail has a great way of explaining dog behaviours and the reasons for them. To be honest, the majority of the required learning will fall to my wife and I, as it will be us who have to learn to know how to respond to all the various issues.
We can't recommend Gail and her services highly enough and would be happy to answer any questions regarding Gail or our own progress with Freya. We plan to call on Gail again in around six weeks, so she can gauge how we are progressing and give us pointers on how to improve.
John & Margaret Rae.
I brought all my Rabbits here as a child and always had a great experience with all the staff and services.Now being an adult and living at our own place, my girlfriend and I brought our first Bunny together here for an operation and after all these years had a similar great experience with all the staff who genuinely seem to care.Amy did a great job explaining how to care for my Rabbit after his operation.
Fully Qualified Professional Dog Training I have been training dogs for over 35 years in a variety of disciplines which are recognised by the Kennel Club including Obedience; Agility; Gun Dog Training; Kennel Club Good Citizen Scheme; Obedience Rally; Companion Dog Training. I am a Member of the Kennel Club Accreditation Scheme for Instructors in Dog Training and Canine Behaviour (KCAI) and am working towards Accreditation.