Chances are you're viewing this site because you have an unhappy or poorly behaved
pet! If this is the case then chances are you're unhappy too - you both could benefit
from BBC Radio Oxford's
own behaviour expert
, Rebecca Heyworth (Kat Orman show, next on 21st October at 2pm).
Perhaps your dog is aggressive? Is your cat soiling in the house? Are you having
problems with training? Are your cats fighting? Are neighbours tired of your dog
These are just a few of the various problems I regularly encounter as a professional
Companion Animal Behaviour Counsellor
My job as a dog and cat behaviour specialist
and trainer is to
make both sides of your relationship fulfilling. I don't have a magic wand, but,
with your help, I can usually improve the situation - often quite quickly, perhaps
Every situation involving animals and people is of course unique: therefore there
is no 'standard' treatment for any particular behavioural problem
Based in Oxfordshire, I would visit you at home, use my professional skills alongside
your intimate knowledge of your pet to identify the root cause of the problem, remove
'negative' influences and replace them with 'positives', and lastly establish and
agree with you a treatment programme to achieve desired results.
After our consultation you then have my ongoing support for ten weeks over the phone.
Whatever the problem, you are not alone - professional and experienced help is at
BSc (Hons) Psychology, Postgraduate Diploma Companion Animal Behaviour Counsellor
Pet & Animal Behavioural Specialist Oxford