Animal Behaviourist Raychel Hill offers feline behaviour consultations and these are held at your home (currently online due to coronavirus) Follow up support is a very important part of your cat’s rehabilitation. As a provisional member of the Association of Pet Behaviour Counsellors (APBC), Raychel’s consultations require a veterinary referral to ensure there are no underlying medical conditions which may be affecting your dog’s behaviour.  The referral letter will be sent to you before your consultation.

The consultation begins with a look into your cat’s background, where it was bred, how it settled in with you initially and what behavioural issues have emerged. Based on this information and assessment of your cat’s behaviour, you will be given a thorough breakdown of the reasons behind the issues you are having with your cat. It is important to understand the reasons behind your cat’s behaviour so that you may effectively proceed with the correct techniques to help your cat/ cats. 

A comprehensive treatment plan will then be discussed and the relevant training methods demonstrated. This will provide you with all the information and behavioural modification techniques necessary to begin your dog’s rehabilitation. Raychel’s techniques are all reward-based and Raychel is up to date with the latest scientific findings regarding canine behaviour.  A written report detailing all that is covered in the consultation will be sent to you within 5 working days.

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