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.
They suspect the problem began shortly after Oscar was able to go out for walks. He met a large dog that scared him beyond the close where they live. This may have coincided with his fear period for it to have had such a lasting effect. He’s now fine with
The RSPCA rescued Bella with her sister at nine months of age. After a brief stay in rescue kennels they were adopted together. Then a short while later she was re-homed with the young lady and gentleman I’m working with. This is her fourth ‘home’ in her short of life.
Jester suddenly barks at inanimate objects. Why? Something tips him over. He looks about and he looks up. He spots a burglar alarm box high on the wall of a house or a security camera, a clock, a satellite dish, a street light or even the moon. Jester barks uncontrollably.
They worry because their five-month-old Show Cocker Oscar’s barking is getting too much now. Some dogs are simply more vocal than others The main problem is two dogs next door that run up and down the fence, barking aggressively at the puppy. This isn’t good. It scares Oscar and he
Romanian rescue Violet has been with them since August. Her fearful reactivity to anything or anybody outside the house is increasing. She was found with nine puppies. No doubt she believed that their survival had depended upon her chasing danger away. What causes here fearful reactivity? Nothing in the
It started when Poppy was 6 months old. The light caught the gentleman’s glasses on the floor for a couple of minutes. That was it. The Working Cocker is now one year old. Her obsession with chasing shadows and lights plagues her life. It also affects her family. One can