Solutions For Your Dog Behaviour Problems

Delight in a dog that makes you proud
Transform your dreams into reality

Qualified, professional, supportive online dog behaviour help.

Where ethics and empathy, meet excellence and efficiency,

for a dog you can be proud of.

Has your dream of the perfect pup turned into a nightmare?

It’s frustrating, not to mention embarrassing, that your longed for Lassie is actually a chaos causing Cujo.

They’ve become a source of pain, not pride.

It’s time to make a change so you can enjoy, not endure, your furry friend.

Whether you’re struggling with a dog who doesn’t welcome visitors, or dreading dog walks awash with embarrassing outbursts, my online packages are designed to bring you relief.

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Behaviour Services

I can help you with

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Problems with other dogs

Does your dog bark and lunge at other dogs on walks? Can just the sound of tags on a collar make them go ballistic?

Do you hide in the undergrowth to avoid others? Or walk super early or late?

Are you embarrassed about what other dog owners think or say? Guilty because you’re avoiding walks altogether?

Start your journey towards a dog that is Calm About Canines. And enjoy walks in daylight again, without your dog kicking off every 5 minutes.

Perfect for: dogs that are reactive to other dogs, are worried by dogs they don’t know, or get frustrated or over-excited around other dogs.

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Problems with other people

Does your dog bark and lunge at other people? Can you no longer stop and chat with people on walks?

Have you stopped having a social life because your dog barks non-stop at visitors?

Scared that they might not stop at barking and will end up biting someone?

Guilty that your children can’t have friends over?

Take the first step to a dog that’s Happy About Humans. And enjoy being sociable again, with a dog that waits politely and welcomes visitors.

Perfect for: dogs that are reactive to other people, are worried by people they don’t know, or get frustrated or over-excited around visitors.

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Problems towards you

Does your dog growl or snap at you when they’ve stolen something? Or when they have a prized chew or toy?

Do you have trouble grooming or moving your dog off the furniture? Sometimes even when you’re just stroking them?

Is putting their harness on, or cleaning them after a muddy walk a daily battle?

Fed up with walking on eggshells around them?

Set out on the path to a Harmonious Home where you can all relax and enjoy the peace.

Perfect for: dogs that “resource guard”, don’t like being groomed or being handled, are grumpy with family members (including children).

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Teenage Dog Problems

Worrying about what trouble your dog will discover each day? Are they fine one day and then a barking, lunging, wild thing the next?

Frustrated that your perfect puppy has become a hell hound overnight? Puzzled about how all the careful puppy training has fallen out of their head?

Frazzled and feeling like you can’t cope with the seemingly constant meltdowns?

Launch your adventure to an Awesome Adult and uncover your delightful dog under the teenage tantrums. 

Perfect for: dogs aged 6-18 months that are over the top and out of control and don’t have specific fears.

Not sure what behaviour help is right for you?

If you’re dealing with too many problems to mention, or you aren’t sure which option is the right one, don’t worry.

It’s often possible to address more than one concern in a package, we will decide together what to tackle first. And if a different package will suit you better we can talk about that too.

For now:

  1. Choose the option above that best describes your biggest concern.
  2. Book a call through that page.
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“[No blame] is one of the reasons why I come to you for training and recommend you to other people!

In those moments when I’ve felt totally useless, ineffective and stupid as Wilson is doing something ‘bad’, you haven’t looked at me in a way people can/do and reinforced that feeling. You have calmly advised what to do and how.
Great big thank you for your help and understanding!”

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I’m Kelly Cordell-Morris……I’m glad you’re here!

I’m a qualified, experienced and accredited dog behaviourist.

I am committed to equipping you with the knowledge and tools to bring out the best in your furry companion.

At the core of our work together lies attitude – both yours and your dog’s. A solid foundation of positive reinforcement ensures a safe and effective learning environment, fostering growth and progress.

My qualifications and certifications as an ABTC Registered Clinical Animal Behaviourist and Animal Training Instructor, are a testament to my expertise and experience. You can trust that you are in capable hands.

I understand that life can be busy, and dealing with a dog’s behaviour challenges can be overwhelming. That’s why I’m here to provide efficient solutions that yield real results without huge amounts of effort on your part.

Moreover, if your pet insurance covers behavior help, you can likely reclaim my fees.

Let’s get started on this journey together and get ready to see your beloved companion flourish like never before!

Dog behaviourist, Kelly Cordell-Morris, photo collage of her working with different dogs.
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Trying to decide who is the right dog behaviourist for you?

We’ll work well together if……

  • You want help with your dog who is showing reactive or aggressive behaviour. Or if your dog is showing signs of fear or anxiety.
  • You love your dog and you want to be able to show the world who your dog is really when they aren’t being a twonk. Because they’re awesome a lot of the time.
  • You want to use methods that you feel comfortable with that don’t involve telling your dog off or punishing them for getting it wrong.
  • You want to work with a properly qualified, accredited and experienced professional who you can trust to have your back.
  • You want to tackle things in bite-sized pieces and be supported through all steps of the learning.
  • You want multiple coaching sessions included in the package, for real lasting change.
  • You are comfortable with online coaching sessions, and using tech (none of it is complicated).

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