Worried by your dog's behaviour? Do you wish you could understand how they feel?

Did you know your dog’s emotional state can be revealed by his behaviour? With guidance, behaviour can be modified and your relationship with your four-legged friend can be stronger than ever…

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Learn how to understand your dog and his body language with the Hey Dog guide for parents and children

Hey Dog Helps YouWe all know how hard it can be to communicate with other people, let alone dogs. Understanding the way a dog communicates can teach you and your family how to create a safe and harmonious environment at home.

This guide explores how your dog’s body language reflects how he feels. Educating your children on safe and respectful behaviour around dogs can prevent unfortunate misunderstandings from occurring.

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Family Training and Education

Worried by your dog’s behaviour? Do you wish you could understand him better? Unlike humans, dogs can only communicate through their body language and facial expressions. Unfortunately, these signs are often misunderstood and a worried dog must then resort to a bark, growl or even a bite. By educating yourself and your family, this sad situation is often preventable…

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Prenatal Family Education

Are you expecting? Worried how your dog will react to the new arrival? Preparing your dog for the baby’s arrival will ensure a smooth transition into a new family environment. Dogs can become stressed and unhappy when the family environment suddenly changes. With guidance, you can teach your dog to be happy spending time on his own whilst you looking after your baby. Along the way, you will learn how to keep your baby safe as they grow and develop, eventually becoming more interested in your dog…

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Talks and Presentations

Did you know that the number of dog bites is increasing? Did you know that by learning to recognise a dog’s body language most of these cases could have been prevented? Most of the dogs involved are good, safe pets who are just pushed beyond reasonable limits. This is why the best way to protect your child from a dog bite is through education and training…

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Yes, Hey Dog does cats! You may have a lovely cat that has suddenly started spraying in the house. Perhaps your cat is aggressive towards visitors. These and other behaviour issues are signs your cat may have stresses in her life that can be resolved. As emotional animals, cats are particularly sensitive to their environment and will let us know if they are unhappy…

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In one of my dogs, Wendy has met the challenge of a deep-seated problem with great depth of knowledge and patience and has shown me the coping mechanisms for his behaviour.

Wendy has a most professional and compassionate attitude to the animals and their owners and this owner is truly grateful.

Christine, York

We wouldn't hesitate to recommend Wendy - she provided good solid advice regarding our dog's behavioural issues and was adaptable to our needs and very easy to work with

Sally, Thirsk

Hello Wendy. Annie is a new dog. No hackles or anything. She wags her tail when she sees our 2 year old now! We very much appreciate your help with this. Would you like a testimonial for your website?

Many thanks,


Charlie, York

Just to let you know Christmas was a success with Millie and I, she just had one mishap when Chris went down to his parents. She's now done two full weeks of going into the litter tray I'm so proud to call her my cat. Now I have control of my emotions with her, we play with her everyday it's like she's a changed cat all of a sudden. Thanks for the tips she's loving to both of us now and a pleasure to have...

Charlotte and Chris, Huddersfield