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Does your dog struggle being home alone? Separation Anxiety is a phobia.  A fear of being alone. To help your dog cope with his SA we need to change how your dog feels about being alone.  I can help you with this. For help with Separation Related Problems do get in touch to book an initial consultation.  The initial consult, which is done via Zoom, lasts around an hour and costs £35.

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Does your dog struggle being home alone? The term separation anxiety is used to describe the phobia of being alone. To help your dog cope with being alone we need to change how your dog feels about being alone.  I can help you with this.  How does this work?  First we will arrange a consultation which includes an assessment. This is done via Zoom.  The consultation/assessment takes around an hour and costs £35.00.  From there I will give you advise how we would proceed and a breakdown of the cost if you decide to book my services. I will then guide you through a training plan and help you every step of the way.
We do not need to meet in person to help you with any Separation Related Problems so you do not need to be local to seek my help.
I am proud to be one of Julie Naismiths recognised trainers. Julie wrote the book Be Right Back. Our goal, during training, is to always keep your dog under threshold. You will find lots of incorrect advise out there that will potentially make your dogs Separation Anxiety worse. Enlisting my help means you will receive the latest science backed methods, using a tried and tested method that will not cause your dog any undue stress. There is no quick fix to solving separation related problems and it is likely to take months rather than weeks to help your dog, so the sooner you get in touch to book your assessment, the sooner you can start the journey to helping your dog cope with being home alone.

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PLEASE NOTE: IF YOU USE SAT NAV THE POSTCODE WILL TAKE YOU TO WITHERIDGE FARM WHICH IS JUST A FEW MINUTES AWAY FROM US BUT ON THE WRONG ROAD! YOU NEED TO LOOK FOR WESTHILL ON CROFT ROAD.

From Newton Abbot: Take the Totnes main road (A381). Follow the road to the mini roundabout by the cemetery. Turn right to Ogwell. Follow this road down into the dip and then all the way to the top of the hill. At the top you get to a junction (Ogwell Green), take the first turning on the right, signposted East and West Ogwell. Come down the hill into the village and take the first turning on the right, by the phone box and village memorial hall. Stay on the road for approximately 3/4 mile. You will now be on a country lane leaving the village behind. Keep going and you will find us on the right hand side 3/4 mile from the village hall and approximately 2 miles (about 10 minutes) from Newton Abbot.

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From Dyrons, take the Ashburton road (A383) for about a mile. Turn left into Orchard Grove, opposite the car wash. Then next left into Chercombe Bridge Road. Follow the country lane for 1 mile. Take the next left signposted Ogwell. You will find Holiday Home for Pets at the top of the hill on the left.

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