Virtual Behaviour Consultation
During these strange and uncertain times we all need to be where we feel comfortable. If you have a behaviour issue that needs addressing you can book an appointment with one of our behaviourists using whichever platform best suits you.
Need to stay at home? We can still help!
These one-to-one sessions are tailored to suit the exact needs of you and your dog. Consultations may be a ‘one off’ or you can continue with as many sessions as you require in your own timescale from the comfort of your own home. Typical problems that can be discussed in a virtual consultation are noise phobias (fireworks, thunder etc) stealing/guarding items from owner, coprophagia (eating faeces) separation issues such as howling/barking, toileting and destroying furnishings.
Fiona has been working at the Animal Behaviour Centre as a behaviour specialist since 2002, and previously ran her own training and behaviour establishment in Lincolnshire for seven years so has a wealth of experience as a behaviour counsellor. Fiona studied Animal Science and Kennel and Cattery management at De Montfort University and is a full member of The CFBA (Canine & Feline Behaviour Association). She's a regular contributor in veterinary publications as well as being a popular speaker at veterinary congresses. Fiona has always been passionate about rescue animals and her current menagerie includes; a horse, two rescue cats, two tortoises, and four dogs including an Australian Cattle Dog (that is profoundly deaf). She enjoys competing at dog agility in her spare time.