Because people and dogs speak different languages and have different ideas about what is
socially acceptable problems can sometimes arise. Some problems can be eliminated completely, whilst others can be brought
within a more manageable level. Very occasionally Christina cannot help and will give you an honest assessment of the situation
if she thinks that it cannot be improved. Usually the sooner that we can start work to overcome the problem the more chance
we have in being successful in solving it before it has time to become an ingrained habit.
Due to time constraints Christina is no longer available to deal with in-depth behavioural cases,
particularly those involving aggression. However, she is happy to see dogs that bark, bounce, chew, don't listen, don't
come back, pull on the lead, are not house trained, have fears and phobias, and those that are generally all over the place!
In some cases it may be that you will be asked
to take your dog for a thorough vet examination to make sure that there isn't an underlying health cause for the behaviour
(you would be surprised how often this is the case.)