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Living with a dog with separation issues is hard, but with the right advice and training your dog can learn to cope alone.

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Separation training requires expert help

The internet is full of misinformation about separation training that causes damage.

The wrong advice can lead to making dogs more anxious and breaking the all important bond between you both.

In order to effectively change behaviour you help from need an experienced and qualified trainer and Behaviourist to prevent making things worse.

I have worked with dogs for over 12 years and am an accredited Behaviourist. I have a degree in Animal Behaviour and have a Clinical Animal Behaviour post-grad from one of the world leading institutions for animal behaviour studies -

The University of Edinburgh.

Behaviourist and separation anxiety dog
Dachshund dog with separation anxiety home alone

We are SO glad we found Rachael, from our very first phone call we knew we had found the right person. Rachael listened to our issues with no judgement and instantly made us feel like there was light at the end of the tunnel - and there was!


We noticed results after the very first session. Rachael is incredibly knowledgeable, patient and above all, kind and ethical in her training style. She has been there every step of the way in the months we have been working with her, through all the highs and the lows and I have really valued her support! 

Hannah & Dave, Winnie's parents

I understand the frustration and worry that comes from owning a dog with separation issues. I also know that at this point you will be sick of advice from friends, family and the Internet. You no doubt feel lost, hopeless and that your dog is beyond help.


MANY of my clients have had multiple trainers before. Which is why you really need an expert to help you. And we will make the training as simple as possible!

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