Behaviour Consultations

How do Behaviour Consultations work?

The initial behaviour consultation will take place at your home and usually lasts between 2-3 hours. This will include an EMRA Behaviour Assessment and we will also go over your pet’s history, what may have contributed to the behaviour, what is reinforcing it and how we can best to work together in order to address it.

What Sort of Behaviour Problems can you Help With?

For Cats

  • Peeing or spraying outside of the litter tray
  • Scratching of the furniture
  • Separation related disorders
  • Aggression directed at other pets
  • Aggression directed at members of the household or visitors

Packages

Behaviour Consultation+6 One to One Training Sessions £449
this includes a

  • 2-3 hour consultation at your home,
  • fully researched and tailored report
  • phone and email support for up to six months
  • 6 x 1hr training sessions including the implementation of the report recommendations and practical guidance on how to do so

Behaviour Consultation+3 One to One Training Sessions £299
This includes

  • 2-3 hour consultation at your home,
  • fully researched and tailored report
  • phone and email support for up to three months
  • 3 x 1hr training sessions including the implementation of the report recommendations and practical guidance on how to do so

Telephone consultations £50 per hour

Vet Referral

Please note that I will always work in liaison with your vet as we will need to confirm that there are no on-going medical issues which could be contributing to your pet’s unwanted behaviour.  You can download my Veterinary Referral Form below

Veterinary-Referral-Form

Photo Credits

Scared Dog thanks to Ginnerobot Penny does not like getting a bath via photopin (license)

Cat and Dog thanks to Sindre Sorhus Scared to death via photopin (license)

Cat Peeing thanks to Simply Viola My sweet angel Pukis  via photopin (license)

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