© Louise Cox 2014 -
Behaviour Modification -
“ My name is Louise Cox and I have studied Dog Psychology. I use these skills at Lou’s Dog Support. I have 3 dogs of my own and use them to help me understand problems your dog may be having. My satisfaction comes from seeing how dog’s can change their behaviour and become great pets.” Louise
email me: email@example.com
Lou’s Dog Support is based in Suckley, in The Malvern Hills in Worcestershire and covers this county and Herefordshire. The hills are a fabulous place to work and train with my 3 dogs and the many other canine friends I have met over the years.
Working With Wolves
In November I went to Coombe Martin for a week’s course on Dog Behaviour with Shaun Ellis, the man who lived with Wolves and the subject of a Channel 4 documentary.
It was an amazing week.
I use my dogs to let me know what problems other dogs are having. In watching how my dogs react to other dogs I can tell if the owner needs to change their ways or if the dogs need behaviour modification.
I have also puppy walked five Guide dog puppies. Three of which made it to working guide dogs, one was used as a stud dog one was rejected because of noise sensitivity on the road. He also went on to do training for dogs for the disabled but was rejected for the same reason. He is now back with me.
* Please note that Dog Training Days will start later on this year but I am still available for one-
When I have visiting dogs to stay, I love watching the changing dynamics of my pack with each new introduction. I have socialised numerous puppies with my pack and the pups grow up to be confident well rounded dogs when they mature.
Seeing how different my dogs are when other dogs come to stay or when I go to friends who have other dogs. I love to see happy dogs and my challenge is to make all dogs happy and also to help owners understand their silent body language. I have socialised numerous puppies with my pack and they grow up confident around other dogs and are well rounded dogs when they mature. It is a well known fact that a puppy can learn more from an adult dog than a human can teach them.