Stress, diet and lack of physical and mental stimulation can all effect a dog's behaviour pattern. Stress from you the owner in certain situations can transfer to your dog.

The wrong diet:
too many additives not enough protein can be the cause of hyperactivity and other diet related problems that can affect your dog's behaviour.

Lack of physical and mental stimulation

Every dog's behaviour pattern is different can lead to destructive or aggressive behaviour. Think how you would react  to a bad diet, no exercise - boredom - wouldn't you rebel! during consultation with owner and dog, Crissie likes to observe the dogs body language and facial expressions, which are very different to ours. We show our teeth in a smile, the canine shows his teeth as a warning!

Contact: Crissie Chambers

Mobile number: 0794 952 3710

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The Staffordshire Bull Terrier is a very intelligent and obedient dog, with training using reward not punishment and responsible ownership make the ideal family pet. NB any dog should not be left unsupervised with any child.

Expert advice on:

  • Separation Anxiety
  • Excessive barking
  • Fear aggression, on or off the lead
  • Recall
  • Hyperactive - diet
  • Destructive
  • Preparing for a new baby
  • Interaction with people and other dogs
  • Jumping up
  • Phobias related to past experiences
  • Rescue dogs to readdress