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Behaviour Therapy & Training
The relationship between owner and pet is very special and unique. Sometimes this relationship can breakdown when the pet's behaviour conflicts with the owner's expectations. These problems can be resolved with a behaviour therapy programme designed specifically for the individual pet that will help to modify their behaviour and help to restore a harmonious relationship.
Naomi is able to help keep your pet's stress levels to a minimum if you are moving home, introducing a new cat or dog to your home or if there are changes in your family. Naomi can also help plan for your new pet's arrival, with house training and any other questions you may have.
CatsProblems can develop such as:
- House soiling and house training problems
- Litter tray problems
- Indoor marking
- Not getting on with your new cat
- Having difficulties with your new family
- Being destructive in the house
- Chewing and biting themselves
- Eating non-food items, such as wool, paper, toys, etc.
- Or any other behaviour problem
Dogs and PuppiesNaomi offers one to one puppy and dog training sessions and help with behaviour problems such as:
- Food guarding
- House training
- Jumping up
- Chewing issues
- Not coming back when called
- Taking you for a walk
- Bad manners
- Unable to cope in your absence
Naomi has the following qualifications:
- COAPE Think Cat - An advanced award in feline behaviour and cat/owner relationships with distinction - 2010
- COAPE DIPLOMA - The Principles of Companion Animal Behaviour and Training with distinction - 2012 Level 4
- COAPE DIPLOMA - The Practical Application of Companion Animal Behaviour and Training with distinction - 2013 Level 5
VETERINARY REFERRAL FORMS
Naomi sees behaviour problem cases only by vet referral. This is necessary to eliminate any possible medical causes for your pet's behaviour. Naomi works closely with the referring veterinary surgeon to provide the best possible combination of medication, diet and behaviour therapy. Veterinary surgeons can refer cases for treatment by completing the referral form on our website
FEESNaomi's fees are covered by many pet insurance companies.
Naomi is fully trained, qualified and insured. She is an Affiliate Member of CAPBT. CAPBT, the COAPE Association of Pet Behaviourists and Trainers, is the largest specifically qualified association for pet behaviourists and trainers in the UK. Membership offers all pet owners a guarantee of quality when seeking help with the treatment of cat or dog behaviour problems, or in training your dog or puppy. Membership of the CAPBT is solely by qualification, members having to pass the Centre of Applied Pet Ethology's (COAPE) independently NOCN accredited Diploma in Practical Animal Behaviour and Training.
All members work under a strict Code of Practice which includes the assurance that coercive or punitive techniques and equipment are never used in treatment. CAPBT members maintain their state-of-the-art competence and knowledge through attending various Continuing Professional Development courses offered by COAPE and others, and have on-going access to a wealth of expertise and support via a lively Members Association of over 200 qualified members.
For more information go to www.capbt.org .
Please also see the CAPBT Code of Practice: www.capbt.org/behaviour-help/cop.html