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canine behavioural therapies

Behavioural therapies

Behavioural modification

Behavioural modification sessions are indicated for dogs that exhibit behaviours such as barking, growling, lunging or biting.

Dogs that can't deal with frustration, that have stress, fear or are anxious, and dogs that don't know how to be alone at home.

In these individual and personalized sessions, adapted to the family and the individual, I will help the guardian to understand the behaviour that your dog presents, in addition to transmitting the knowledge and techniques necessary for the best evolution of the dog.

Aggressiveness, reactivity, fear aggression, dog aggression

aggressive behaviour

  • Impulsive-reactive ("reactivity")
  • Instrumental 
  • Interspecific and Intraspecific
  • Related to resource guarding
Separation anxiety, dog alone at home

home alone

  • Separation Anxiety
  • Lack of Learning
  • Under-Stimulation
Fear, phobias, stress, anxiety

Fear | Phobias | Stress | Anxiety

  • General restlessness
  • Repetitive or compulsive behaviours
  • Decontextualized panthing
  • Excessive barking
  • Excessive drooling
  • Avoiding social interactions
  • Whining or tremors
Canine aggressiveness, reactivity, leash reactivity, aggressive dog, fear aggression

aggressive behaviour

There are no aggressive dogs, but dogs that can exhibit aggressive behaviours in certain contexts and learning.

Having a dog that presents this type of behaviour can be emotionally draining and the guardian does not have to deal with this situation alone!

My job is precisely to help you understand and develop a relationship with your dog so that you can better enjoy the moments together!

Reactive-Impulsive Aggression

Commonly called reactivity or leash reactivity.

It is an uncontrolled and inappropriate aggressive behaviour elicited by lack of emotional control.

Instrumental Aggression

Controlled aggressive behaviour, with a purpose/objective.

Interspecific Aggression

Aggressive behaviour directed at other species.

For example, aimed at humans.

Intraspecific aggression

Aggressive behaviour directed at members of the same species, dogs.

Aggression related to Resource Guarding

Related to aggressive behaviours in the presence of something valuable to the dog, such as objects, people and places.

Separation anxiety, home alone


There may be more than one cause for your dog to have behavioural problems when home alone.

Separation anxiety is a serious problem that should not be underestimated.

Behavioural and veterinary professional help should work together in the vast majority of cases.

Lack of Learning

Not knowing how to deal with being alone at home.

Common cause in puppies and young adults.


Lack of physical and mental stimulation is the most common cause for dogs that exhibit destructive behaviours.

Fear And Anxiety

Dogs that really suffer from separation anxiety may have different symptoms of anxiousness, such as howling, defecating or urinating.

Fear, phobias, stress, anxiety


General restlessness, repetitive or compulsive behaviours, decontextualized panthing, whining, excessive barking, shaking, excessive drooling, avoiding social interactions, hiding or aggressive behaviours are some examples of behaviours often associated with stress and anxiety.

If you notice that your dog is more anxious or afraid of an object or situation than usual, I can help minimize and improve the daily life of your four-legged friend!



It is related to specific escape or 'freezing' behaviours.


Anticipation of the unknown (or future threats) from the dog's perspective.

Separation anxiety, generalized, environmental or social anxiety are some examples.


Excessive and persistent fear of a specific stimulus.

Phobia to sounds (e.g. thunderstorm or fireworks), to unknown people and situational are some examples.


Stress is an altered state of homeostasis that can be caused by physical or emotional factors that trigger behavioural, endocrine and immunological psychological effects (and responses) to deal with it.

These answers vary between individuals, depending on their experience, breed, age, among other factors.

Acute or chronic stress has an impact on both the behaviour and health of your dog in the long term.

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Behavioural therapies package

online: 110€ | at home: 125€



  • Duration of 02h00.
  • Prior filling of a brief form by the guardian before the aseessment session.
  • Detailed analysis of the behaviours in question, their history, family, environment, health and well-being, daily routines, social interactions and other relevant contexts.
  • A behavioural modification and personalized environmental management plan will be established.
  • Exercises and recommendations to be applied immediately to improve the behaviour in question will be addressed.
  • An individualized "Procedures Guide and Daily Routines" will be provided, among other resources.
  • Support via email and/or WhatsApp for 12 weeks, after the first session.
  • Access to a private sharing community.

Follow-up session

  • 1 follow-up session lasting 01h30.
  • After each session, a summary of the recommendations/exercises to be applied until the next session will be prepared.


  • These sessions are aimed at dogs that bark, growl, lunge or bite. Dogs that can't deal with frustration, stress, phobias, fear or are anxious. Dogs that don't know how to be alone at home.
  • Depending on the functional assessment, veterinary consultation may be recommended before continuing with the follow-up sessions.
  • A pack of 3 sessions or individual follow-up session can be added when necessary.

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