Behaviour Modification Enquiry

Behaviour modification involves the replacing of incompatible behaviours with compatible behaviours. This may be achieved through shaping new behaviours, helping a dog desensitise to a particular provocation, or teaching a dog to respond in a different manner to a particular event.

Behviour management involves developing strategies that support owners to manage behaviour than cannot be modified. This is achieved through the development of rules and boundaries that seek to remove or prevent triggers to behaviour occurring.  

We provide assistance, support and guidance to aid with the modification and management of dogs – of any breed – that are demonstrating behaviours that might be considered incompatible.

If you are experiencing any of these issues with your dog, please read the full description of our Behaviour Modification service then complete the form below.

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    Your Name:

    Your Email Address:

    Your Phone Number:

    Your Postcode:

    Breed of Dog:

    Sex of Dog:

    Age of Dog:

    From where was the dog acquired?

    Is Your Dog Insured?

    If so, who is the insurer?

    Veterinary History:

    Please provide a detailed description of the exact problem(s) your are encountering:

    Have you seen a vet, behaviourist and/or dog trainer about this issue?

    Behaviour modification is a specialised field that requires a professional, experienced and dedicated approach.

    Shaun Hesmondhalgh is a member of the Canine and Feline Behaviour Association (CFBA). The CFBA is a member of Britain's Pet Education Training and Behaviour Council.  

    The CFBA is accepted by Pet Insurance Companies who cover behaviour problems on their policies and meets their criteria for excellence in the field. Shaun Hesmondhalgh is an accredited Member of the CFBA and as such, your pet insurance policy may assist with costs. Each insurance company will have its own criteria of what it deems a behaviour problem which the client can discuss with their insurance company prior to booking an appointment.

    Canine or Feline behaviour problems are defined by each individual company, dog training is not covered by pet insurance.

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