Tuesday, 22 June 2010

Border collie puppy aggression.






This was a collie pup I first saw for quite bad aggression towards the owners. An increase in direction and leadership training for the owners was needed immediately as the dog was nearly going back to breeder or worse. Many new puppy owners are surprised at how strong willed and 'bity' young dogs can be.
 
Hi Nick,

Just wanted to thank you for all your help with Molly. Since your first visit Molly is a much more settled puppy and more importantly we feel more in control. We found the immediate transformation in her quite remarkable. She is now much calmer in the house and no longer biting us which has enabled us to start some training with her. Through your guidance we are now able to walk her on a short lead in her obedience class and are no longer having to deal with her jumping up, biting and grabbing hold of the lead. (The class leader is also amazed with the difference in her). We would also like to thank you for encouraging us to crate train her as this has been invaluable. We would not hesitate in recommending you to anyone who has a problem with their dog, we found you to be very understanding and knowledgeable. It is a comfort knowing that we are able to contact you at any time for further advice should we need it.  

Many thanks the Roberts family.
 

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