Monday to Sunday: Closed
Living with a dog can be one of the most rewarding experiences in life. They bring us companionship, friendship and fun, and share our lives as no other animal can. Being very social creatures, they have much in common with us, and the dog-human bond thrives on good communication. But what happens when it all goes wrong?
Having arrived at my website, it's likely your relationship with your dog is breaking down. Perhaps you dread the daily walks which have become an ordeal with your dog snarling and lunging at other dogs or people, or chasing runners and cyclists. Maybe your friends come round less often these days because the dog doesn't like visitors. Perhaps your home has been turned into a 'war zone': soft furnishing destroyed, garden excavated. Are you feeling out-numbered in your multi-dog household? Or perhaps your dog is anxious or fearful of certain sounds or objects or people, and you feel powerless to reassure him.
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