Clinical Animal Behaviourist

Dog Behaviour Problems

Sally is a caring and professional Clinical Animal Behaviourist. She specialises in resolving dog behaviour problems relating to the canine-human bond and only every uses kind, force-free methods. Some of the dog behaviour issues Sally can help with include:

  • Anxiety, stress and nervousness
  • Destructive and disruptive behaviour
  • Excessive barking
  • Fears and phobias
  • Obsessive behaviour
  • Pulling on the lead
  • Recall issues
  • Resource guarding
  • Plus many more...

Sally works closely with her clients to resolve the behaviour problem or at least reduce it to a manageable level. Her consultations are available in-person within 20 miles of Swadlincote, Derbyshire and also remotely worldwide, except in the USA and Canada. Please scroll down for details and visit Sally's About page for her credentials.


Consultation process

Dog behaviour problems are vast and wide-ranging, which is why Sally tailors her advice and support to suit the needs of each client. Sally asks potential clients to fill in a questionnaire so that she can provide a free quotation. If she feels that she can help, a dog behaviour consultation usually involves the following:

  • Veterinary referral
  • Assessment of questionnaire and videos
  • Virtual or in-home meeting (around 2 hours)
  • Bespoke dog behaviour report and plan
  • Three months of support via email and WhatsApp

Additional support is also available for complex cases:

  • Virtual or in-home follow-up meetings
  • Regular training or behaviour therapy sessions
  • Further support via email and WhatsApp

Consultation prices range from £225 to £550, depending on the complexity of the issue. Sally's remote consultations are available worldwide, except for the USA and Canada, and in-home within 20 miles of Swadlincote, Derbyshire.

Please note that Sally's fees may be covered by some UK pet insurers and payment is requested in advance. Please click the button below to contact Sally and find out how she can help.


Learn more about dog behaviour...

'Being Kind to Dogs'

‘Being Kind To Dogs’ is a heart-warming and enlightening book promoting kindness to dogs in all aspects of life, especially when it comes to training. Kindness should always be paramount. Love and trust are built on kindness and once firm foundations are established, a beautiful relationship can flourish.

Encouraging our dogs to listen to us begins with earning their trust to form a strong bond. Wonderful things can be achieved when we learn how to communicate with our dogs in a loving and humane way that they understand.

By combining science, intuition and common sense, we can work with our dogs to resolve their behavioural issues and help them to understand how we would like them to behave in our human world.

‘Being Kind To Dogs’ provides insight into how using only kind, force-free methods in dog training and behaviour modification is the most beneficial way to achieve long-term success and well-balanced, happy canine companion. Please click on the book cover to find out more.