Here you will find an extensive library of “real life” case stories of dogs I have helped.
You can search all posts for specific words and this will bring up a list of stories containing the word (for example “aggression”), or you can browse from specific categories, or just browse the archive.
I hope you find the stories useful.
Kai is fourteen weeks old. Even when they visited him in his litter at four weeks old he growled when picked up. This has now developed to sudden lunging and biting when he doesn’t want to be carried or cuddled. One answer is quite simple and that is not to
Laddie has always been a sensitive dog but he loved going out, he loved his walks and he also was happy to meet people and most other dogs. That has now all changed. It took just one careless firework set off behind their fence in an afternoon to terrify the
Indy is now twenty weeks old and he’s never been left all alone when they go out of the house. It soon became clear though that this isn’t yet the real problem. Indy simply loves company and doesn’t want to be left out of any action there may be! It’s
One-year-old Angus’ has moved from living with one man to living with a family of three in an active household. Previously he had to be left alone for hours in a crate or put into kennels for weeks at a time. The family have taken him in and immediately –
Ziggy and Buddy are Whippet siblings, age 3. They had Ziggy at 12 weeks old and brother Buddy joined them two months later. I don’t know if that’s significant. Until some weeks ago the two dogs have got on very well indeed apart from the occasional scrap, always instigated by
Issie’s frantic barking begins every time they arrive at a destination and the car stops. However, there is a lot more involved. It’s not as simple as just dealing with barking at the end of a journey. She also gets very wound up when someone walks up to the house,