Pet Behaviour Counselling in North Yorkshire
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AbbeyPet Animal Behaviour Clinic
Malton, North Yorkshire, YO17 9AD
Companion Animal Behaviourist - help solving your dog and cat behaviour problems. An all-in-one resource for owning, understanding and training your pet.
AbbeyPet provides a behaviour consultancy service for dogs, cats and other companion animals with behaviour problems, based in Malton, North Yorkshire. We can help with many pet behaviour problems like house-soiling, fears, aggression and separation distress.
We also offer one to one dog training services for adult dogs and puppies. All dog training is force-free and based upon scientifically proven learning theory.
Jo Whitehead (PhD) is a highly qualified and experienced companion animal behaviour counsellor. She is a provisional member of the Association of Pet Behaviour Counsellors (APBC) and a full member of the Pet Professional Guild. The APBC was set up to help ensure that pet owners can get properly qualified and experienced help for their pets in what is largely an unregulated field where anyone can claim to be a pet behaviour specialist. Members of the APBC must practice according to the highest professional standards, knowledge and expertise.
Dog training, Dog behaviour, Animal behaviour, Pet behaviour, Cat behaviour
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Life On Paws
Harrogate, North Yorkshire, HG1 4QG
Sue Hartley of Life On Paws helps pet owners in Harrogate and Yorkshire to understand, manage and change their pet’s problem behaviour.
Life On Paws deliver a range of pet behaviour services including behaviour consultations, workshops and home visits. The business works mainly with cats and dogs but also with other species too (e.g. rabbits).
Sue adheres to the Code of Practice of the Association of Pet Behaviour Counsellors, is covered by professional indemnity insurance, is Criminal Records Bureau checked and Home Office national security cleared.
Life On Paws services include:-
- Behaviour Consultations – helping pet owners understand and address their pet’s problem behaviour; aggression; house soiling and urine marking; separation related problems; anxiety, fears and phobias; repetitive and compulsive behaviour; management problems (e.g. excitability, inappropriate play, predatory behaviour, attention-seeking).
- Behaviour Home Visits – helping pet owners stop problem behaviour arising in their pets through providing for the pet’s behaviour needs and by developing ‘life skills’ so the pet can cope with everyday life.
- Behaviour Workshops – helping develop pet owner’s understanding of their pet’s behaviour; pet behaviour needs and requirements; socialisation; learning and training; clicker training; environmental enrichment; pet ‘life skills’.
Sue is a qualified pet behaviourist with over 15 years experience of working with animals and people to understand and change their behaviour. Sue has a BSc in Psychology, an MSc in Occupational Psychology and a Postgraduate Diploma in Clinical Animal Behaviour.
Sue is a member of the Association of Pet Behaviour Counsellors, the Association for the Study of Animal Behaviour and a chartered member of the British Psychological Society.
urine marking, cat behaviour problems, pet behaviour problems, pet behaviourist, dog behaviour problems
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