Ask RiotACT: Dog behaviour specialist

Cheesewhizz99 5 November 2017 5

Ask RiotACT

Hi all!

I’m looking for recommendations for a dog trainer, specialising in addressing leash rage. I have a French bulldog and he’s usually pretty chilled, but he gets super growly and aggressive when he’s on the leash – both with other dogs and some strangers

I’m looking at getting another dog next year (a rescue) and want to make sure my guy is settled before that happens.

Thanks 🙂


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melsie melsie 9:59 pm 06 Nov 17

Another vote here for Geraldine at paws 2 play in Macgregor. She has been a wonderful support with our Labrador when he suddenly decided he had a problem with kelpies. She’s also been an endless font of wisdom and advice as we have moved into a doggy foster care role this year and managed some very traumatised pups.

imabee_cj imabee_cj 9:40 pm 06 Nov 17

Can highly recommend taking lessons at the ACT Companion Dog Club in Symonston for general obedience (and to seek their advice on lead reactivity). For one-on-one training, you could also reach out to Pups4Fun in Weston Creek; not sure they’re taking any more clients for 2017 but worth getting in touch with them for their advice and/or a suitable referral.

Mess Mess 12:55 pm 06 Nov 17

There is a guy who runs a company called Naughty Dog. He did some work with our dogs and he was great.

runtheredlight runtheredlight 10:39 am 06 Nov 17

Zultan said :

Speak to Geraldine at Paws2play in Mcgregor.

Yes – she’s fabulous. Very knowledgeable, understanding, and no stress or undue pressure put on yourself or your dog to do anything you’re not ready to do. Training/teaching is based on BAT (Behaviour Adjustment Training). Made the world of difference to our little pound rat!

Zultan Zultan 8:09 am 06 Nov 17

Speak to Geraldine at Paws2play in Mcgregor.

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