If your dog has separation anxiety, it can feel a lonely and isolating experience.
Lots of people come to me for help when they feel exhausted with trying to help their dog feel more comfortable alone.
The good news is that separation anxiety IS treatable, just so long as you can be consistent and dedicated with your plan to help your dog.
We can make that plan together and the good news is that I don’t need to come to your home to be able to help you to help your dog. So whether you’re local to me or on the other side of the world, I can help!
Living with a dog with separation anxiety can feel like a permanent lockdown. Lots of pet parents tell me they are desperate to help their dogs feel better.
The truth of the matter is that separation anxiety training is BORING training BUT it also has a high success rate if done in the right way
In this workshop we discuss:
Comes with discussion of key skills to learn and listen in Q&A sesh!
“Holly! We are officially at the 3 month mark and Monty can now be left for 1.5 hours! I can go to the shops, for a quick dinner, to pick the kids up without it being a military operation. The best bit is that with your training and listening to everything that you have taught us, Monty isn’t just “tolerating” being left, he’s actually relaxed.
Thank you from the bottom of my heart. I no longer feel like a prisoner in my own home, Monty is so much happier and we’ve seen his behaviour improve in other areas too, just like you said, because he’s not as permanently stressed anymore.
You’ve helped me to get my life back. Onwards to two hours!
Kay and Monty x”
But Canine Connection is more more than just a library of training exercises.
Instead it’s a hub of knowledge with a clear road map to take you and your dog from where you are now, to where you want to be with both your training & your relationship!
Moving away from struggles, stress and frustration and towards fun, progress and success!
But more than that, the CC is about feeling part of a community of pet parents that have your back. Because training can feel lonely sometimes and we are always better together.