Debbie Bryon ABTC-CCAB/ATI, RVN

Positive Pet Behaviour

Behaviour and training support for your cat, dog, rabbit, rat and guinea pig.
Honest and non-judgemental care for any problems you are having with your pet, working throughout Gloucestershire and the UK. 

Behavioural conditions and problems are incredibly common in our pets and can spring up at any stage throughout their life. Two things are certain, these issues will not get better or go away with time and making an animal face their fear or ‘man up’ is likely to do much more harm than good.

Using scientific methods and  clinical research to support you to understand why your pet is acting in the way they are and what is driving this. Then building a plan to show you how to manage and rectify any issues and allow the best outcome for all involved.

To book now call 07780 333174, send a text or WhatsApp message or email contact@positivepetbehaviour.co.uk

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Get Help with your pets’ behaviour today

I can help!

If you’ve found this page, you are likely experiencing behaviour or training issues with your cat or dog. I can help!

Offering individual and tailored solutions for a range of behavioural conditions across a range of species.

I will help you to understand why your pet is behaving the way they are without judging you. 

Providing a fully supported plan to allow a better and less stressful of life for you all.

Who can I help?

Cat and behaviourist training a nose touch
Debbie Bryon and her African Grey parrot DUCKIE

Dogs

I can help you to understand your dog’s specific needs, prey drive, hunting patterns and innate species-specific desires. This can help to build a more appropriate communication style whilst allowing you to start enjoying your best fluffy friend the way you are supposed to again. 

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Cats

 Cats are a misunderstood species, often seen as being naughty or spiteful. I absolutely love having the chance to show humans what fantastic creatures and furry little hunting machines cats really are. Learning to ‘think cat’ it always a brilliant start in building your connection with your feline friend.  

Small Furries

Offering an expert eye to spot and fill the gaps in the environmental and emotional needs of our smaller pets. Coaching and educating you on the very particular needs of prey animals, I can help you to understand how to ensure the most secure and safe lifestyle for these lovely creatures. 

Get Help With Your Pets Behaviour Today!

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Saturday silly! #guineapigs

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I am not a political minded person but I will be voting today. 
If you havent decided who to vote for this guide regarding Animal welfare from @pactdogs #pactdogs may help.

I am not a political minded person but I will be voting today.
If you haven't decided who to vote for this guide regarding Animal welfare from @pact#pactdogstdogs may help.
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Politics affect everything

Its gonna be a SCORCHER this week! 
Remember sun screen for you furry friends especially light coloured ear tips and noses. 
Also walk early in the morning or late in the evening to avoid the risk of heat-stroke.

Add in doggy ice lollys, paddling pools and extra shade if you can!

If we have walks or walk sessions booked, we may need to re-arrange. Ill be in touch :-)

It's gonna be a SCORCHER this week!
Remember sun screen for you furry friends especially light coloured ear tips and noses.
Also walk early in the morning or late in the evening to avoid the risk of heat-stroke.

Add in doggy ice lolly's, paddling pools and extra shade if you can!

If we have walks or walk sessions booked, we may need to re-arrange. I'll be in touch 🙂
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We LOVE LOVE LOVE the Dogs Disclosed Dogs Disclosed infographics. 
This one is a biggie! Labels are such a pain! Potentially harmful and a distraction from actual data clinical information. Forget labels like aggressive or dominant and try to describe the behaviour you are seeing! Its much more helpful for veterinary and behaviour professionals!
Rather than my dog was being aggressive,  my dog was barking and lunging towards another dog whilst on the lead. This gives us much more to work with!

We LOVE LOVE LOVE the Dogs Disclosed Dogs Disclosed infographics.
This one is a biggie! Labels are such a pain! Potentially harmful and a distraction from actual data clinical information. Forget labels like aggressive or dominant and try to describe the behaviour you are seeing! It's much more helpful for veterinary and behaviour professionals!
Rather than my dog was being aggressive, my dog was barking and lunging towards another dog whilst on the lead. This gives us much more to work with!
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I didn't realise how true this was until our first session with you , what a steep learning curve but I am much more aware of things now . Thanks.

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