CCAB Dog Behaviourist, dog trainer CCAB
Whether it's socialising your puppy or kitten, teaching your pet everyday manners & life skills, problem prevention, working towards modification of behavioural problems with cats or dogs, or even training just for fun - great training improves the relationship you have with your pet, & helps you both enjoy a great bond. With this in mind, we aim to make the journey part of the destination, helping you to improve your understanding of & relationship with your pet, whilst enjoying the learning together.
We encourage each pet & owner team to learn at a pace that suits them, acknowledging & respecting each’s individuality, & tailoring teaching to your specific needs.
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Whether it’s a problem behaviour, or a behaviour problem, at Inspiring Pet Teaching, we will help you learn great communication skills, build strong bonds & teach pets what we want them to do to be able to successful in our world. We understand that, despite loving our pets, & wanting the best for them, our modern way of life can involve rushing, limited time & space, noise, being alone, &/or high pet population densities, etc., sometimes living in a human world can be tough on pets. Also, sometimes we may experience a "culture clash", making it hard to understand & provide for our pets' species-specific needs & their individual wants. All of this can lead to behavioural "fall out". We use animal & human teaching strategies that are kind, safe & enjoyable for you both, & are individualised to your situation & pet.
Linda Roberts Ryan veterinary nurse technician lecture VN VTS oncology specialist CPD CE referral
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