Pack walks are fun for all, and are a great way to meet new people and socialise our dogs, especially anxious dogs. If you don’t know me, it is also a great opportunity to meet me face to face, find out more about what I do and how I can help you with your dogs behaviour.
Our first walk sees us back at Baxter Park on 30th January, we’ll meet at the top of the stairs at the pavilion at 10am and do a figure 8 walk around the park. This is a gently walk that is suitable for most.
Dogs should be on a lead, or under control, so we don’t upset the other park users or dogs on the walk that are building confidence. Don’t worry, there will be an opportunity for some free play at the end for those that want it.
There’ll also be plenty of chances to grab me if you have any questions about your dogs behaviour, or if you are considering behavioural training for your dog.
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I have more than 15 years experience solving all kinds of canine behaviour problems, at home and in rescue. A bad experience with a old fashioned dog trainer inspired me to learn more about dog behaviour, and it is because of him, that I wall never use harsh methods when training and rehabilitating dogs.
I work privately with clients in Dundee and the surrounding area with dogs of all ages, breeds and issues including anxiety, aggression and hyperactivity.
In 2009 I was proud to publish a book about dog behaviour and training. How to be the Perfect Pack Leader (by Caroline Jenkins) remains popular today and a follow up is expected very shortly.