My name is Naomi Andrews and I am a Pet Behaviourist in Nottinghamshire and surrounding counties.

My job is to help you to reduce behaviour problems so that you can focus on enjoying pet ownership feeling calm and in control. Please read on below for the full range of services.

What I can do for you

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Consultations

Home visits allow for an initial behaviour assessment, designing a plan to create change and getting the training ball rolling.

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Rehabilitation

Continued, consistent training to help progress your pet to an even more enjoyable companion so you feel confident and in control.

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Owner Absent

I offer sessions training your pet without you needing to be there so the training can continue whilst you focus on other things.

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Group Walks

For dogs and owners who are looking for a controlled, non-judgemental environment for appropriate rehab around others dogs and/or people.

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What areas do I cover?

Group activities are generally offered in the Nottingham area, however I travel all over the East Midlands and further afield for on-to-one work – get in touch to see what we can arrange.


When should you seek help?

People seek help for their pet’s behaviour for a variety of reasons. If there is an issue which is causing you or your pet any kind of stress then it is better to seek out help early on rather than wait until it gets worsePets tend to grow into their problems, not out of them. There are more options than you might think.

Long term behaviour change can require time, patience and consistency. Owner-absent training can help. You can be safe in the knowledge that someone knowledgeable and experienced in appropriate training techniques is keeping your training moving forwards even when you are busy.

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Credentials

I hold a degree in Psychology, an NOCN level 3 in Canine Training and Behaviour as well as a Post-Graduate level qualification in Companion Animal Behaviour Counselling

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Fancy giving a pet a new home?

Not every rescue dog comes with behaviour problems, many have been much loved pets whose owners may have lost their homes, their jobs, changed shifts, emigrated or even passed away leaving their beloved pets homeless. By adopting a dog that has been in a foster home for a couple of months rather than kennels you can find out whether the dog is housetrained, can be left alone, how it is with visitors, children, other dogs, cats etc before you take it home.