Angela's Canine Behaviour
Certified Canine Behaviourist
At Angela's Canine Behaviour, I strive to provide a positive, reward-based behaviour modification programme to build a relationship of trust and respect between you and your pet. I am a fully qualified behaviourist with COAPE, I have completed the Diploma in Companion Animal Behaviour and I am registered with Coape Association of Pet Behaviourists and trainers, CAPBT, which means that I have to abide by certain regulations and guidelines to enable registration, to include positive behaviour modification and training. I have full public liability insurance with professional indemnity. If your pet is insured you may be able to claim my services, if referred by your veterinary surgeon.
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It is important to me that clients feel confident taking care of their pets no matter where they are. I provide private at home behaviour assessments and support and I will ensure that you have everything you need to develop a positive relationship with your pet. Browse our services below.
A Little help Goes a Long Way
I am able to provide remote consultations, see below.
One to one behavioural support provided. I will provide a two-stage plan, the first stage looking at enrichment and calming activities then the second stage working on the behavioural problem and developing a plan to support you and your dog.
I am offering a package costing £275 which includes an hour long initial consultation where I will come to your home and assess your dog's behavioural issue and develop a two stage plan, this package also includes two review house visit sessions. I provide free email and phone support during this time.
I can also offer a one off consultation to provide you for advice for simple problems and puppy advice for £75.
I am able to provide zoom consultations at a slightly reduced cost for people further away and international clients.
About Angela's Canine Behaviour
Experienced. Helpful. Vet- Recommended.
As Angela's Canine Behaviour I believe that it’s never too late to teach an old dog (and its owner) new behaviours. I develop tailor-made plans with you and your dog in mind to ensure positive results. I believe in working as much with you as with your dog. My goal is to provide long-lasting impact through expert behaviour advice.Angela's Canine Behaviour has many years of experience in supporting pet owners to make the needed changes in their pet’s habits. I am also an experienced Veterinary Nurse and have been in practice for over 25 years. Success and client satisfaction rates are my greatest source of pride. Call today to make your first appointment.
At Angela's canine behaviour, I strongly believe that it’s never too late to change your pet’s behavior. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me.
Southend on sea SS0, UK
Here’s What They’re Saying
We don't know how to put into words our journey to be honest! Due to changes in circumstances in my living arrangements, I introduced a kitten into my parents household with two existing dogs (Tessa, a working Cocker whose 12 years and Darcy, a Bichon Frise, whose 9 years).Neither are used to cats and when they saw one on the road they'd make gestures that they'd go to chase. Yet weren't bothered if the cat didn't do anything! It was Tessa my parents were concerned about as she's a working dog. She became very excitable around Otto, the kitten, and would cause my parents a lot of worry. In fact they were adamant it would never work out.So I reached out for help from Angela. We all came away with a new confidence in Tessa. After all, why would she want to harm a kitten as Angela said?She was just a dog who didn't know how to engage with Otto and found his sudden kitten movements a bit different!To cut a long story short we never expected the three of them to be curling up on the sofa together a week later! Fast forward 6 week and Otto and Tessa are best friends ❤
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