Other Animals

Although cats and dogs are the most frequent visitors in my animal behaviour practice other animals can also suffer from behaviour problems.

These problems can include aggression, fears and anxiety, issues with handling and care, self-mutilation, noise issues and destructive behaviour.

Behavioural problems can often be improved through specialist knowledge regarding the particular needs of the species. This can mean making changes to the animals’ environment and/or nutrition.

I am happy to advise you on the following species:
Guinea pigs
Horses and donkeys

Please note that behavioural problems are easier to deal with when they are caught early.
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