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Welcome to David Brice’s Dog Behaviour Consultancy
Whether you and your dog are struggling with major issues such as dog to human, or dog to dog aggression, separation anxiety or perhaps a more training related issue such as jumping up, excessive barking or pulling on the lead, I am fully qualified and experienced to help and advise you through this.
Improving the quality of life for you, your family and your dog is probably one of your main desired outcomes of any behavior modification or training plan. I can help you achieve this.
Details of my experience and qualifications are listed in the ‘About Me’ section and more information about what a visit from me entails can be found in the ‘Behaviour Consultations – What to Expect’ section.
I look forward to helping you and your dog in the future.
“It most definitely isn’t difficult to teach old dogs new tricks. The difficulty is to teach old owners new tricks and that’s where your input was so great.
We wish you could see how we and old Stanley share our life now! Thank you.” LM
Behaviour Consultations & Methods – What to Expect
I only use kind, non-forceful methods, working closely with the owner in their home and with the vet practice where the dog is registered.
Individually Tailored Training for Puppies & Older Dogs
Individually tailored training is for dogs that do not have a behaviour issue but need help with day-to-day training such as pulling on lead etc. or puppies that need socialisation and basic training.
Information for Veterinary Practices
As I work through vet referral only, ensuring that my work is kept on a professional footing, this section provides information for vets and vet nurses on my practice.
Continual Professional Development for Animal Professionals
Ongoing CPD is a vital part of the veterinary profession and this section outlines the variety of training packages suitable for vets and vet nurses, that can be delivered in practice.
Useful Features and Press Articles
I am often asked to write for publications on topics relating to canine behaviour and training. Here is a selection of these articles that you may find useful and interesting.