Wendy King
Canine and Feline Behaviour Association
Association of Pet Dog Trainers (Membership No: 00687)

07845 917725
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Behaviour Counselling

Pet behaviour consultations will take up to two hours, and will be conducted at the clients home, preferably with all the family present. I will initially ask about the dogs history and then advise you of a course of behaviour modification.

This will be fully explained at the consultation. Follow up support is available by phone, and occasionally a follow up consultation may be appropriate. Your commitment to continue the training and advice given is of paramount importance and essential to improve the issues identified.

My unique approach allows the dog to use its own natural learning ability, enabling it to learn from the consequences of its own actions.

Please see below for details regarding using your pet insurance.

Behaviour Counselling

The veterinary surgeon may refer by:

  • Suggesting that the client makes contact with me directly and with their veterinary referral letter or referral email. (This is the most common procedure)
  • Writing a letter (or email) with their opinion on the behaviour in question to myself
  • Telephoning the practitioner to present the behaviour case and book an appointment on behalf of the client
  • Simply referring the client verbally to my web site for information


The Canine and Feline Behaviour Association (CFBA) is accepted by Pet Insurance Companies who cover behaviour problems on their policies and meets their criteria for excellence in the field. Wendy King is an accredited Member of the CFBA and as such, your pet insurance policy may assist with costs. Each insurance company will have it's own criteria of what it deems a behaviour problem which the client can discuss with their insurance company prior to booking an appointment.

Canine or Feline behaviour problems are defined by each individual company. Dog training is NOT a part of pet insurance cover.