If you’re worried about emerging behavioural problems in your pet, or if you’d like to begin puppy obedience classes, speak to Kirrawee Veterinary Hospital. We will give you exercises and techniques to improve your dog’s behaviour at home.
Solving behavioural problems in dogs can be a frustrating and complicated process. Professional dog obedience training may be all your pet needs to help them learn to communicate effectively with you and understand their role in the household. If you’re wondering how to stop dog barking, cure separation anxiety in dogs or a range of other problems, our specialists can help.
Although it is never too late to begin obedience training with your dog, bringing them to Kirrawee Veterinary Hospital’s classes while they are a puppy will yield the best results. Puppy classes cover the basics in training, including learning to walk on a lead and obeying simple commands. It can be dangerous for your dog when they don’t obey your commands in public, and disobedience can have an impact on your relationship. You will find that early programs will prevent certain behavioural issues, such as barking and digging, as your dog ages. Speak to our team about joining a class today.
When they suffer from separation anxiety, dogs can make it difficult for their owners to leave the house. Distressed dogs tend to dig holes, destroy furniture, howl, bark and cry. Our team works to educate owners on why your pet is exhibiting certain behaviours and how you can redirect them. At Kirrawee Veterinary Hospital, we are lucky to have the passionate and knowledgeable Dr Joanna Goldman on our team. She has a proven track record in finding the root of anxious and stressful behaviours that present in dogs and cats. With her assistance, you will learn hands-on training and practical exercises that you can take home with you.