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PLN 320

Behavioural consultation


In behavioural therapy, it is very important to get to know the pet and its caregivers, look at your relationships and get to know the entire environment in which you live.


However, if you are from outside Warsaw or for some other reason, you cannot arrange a home visit (e.g. at this stage, your dog does not tolerate visitors well), you can then choose the online consultation option.


I will conduct a detailed interview with you during an approximately 2-3 hour meeting using modern technologies (we usually meet on the Zoom platform). I will also ask you to send videos, photos, and sometimes drawings, and in this way, I will try to remotely help you solve the problem and improve your relationship with your pet.


Please consider that this form of consultation will not work for every problem and will require more time from you, as it will be necessary to prepare additional diagnostic materials, e.g. filling out additional questionnaires, recording videos, etc. However, with active cooperation with the guardian, many problems can actually be successfully resolved via this online method.

Are you wondering if this type of consultation is designed for you?

Online behavioural consultation is the second, after live consultation, most comprehensive form of my help that you can choose. Here we also have time and space to go through a detailed interview, and well-prepared film and diagnostic materials allow me to get to know you and your dog better and address a wide range of problematic behaviours, as well as take care of their prevention and help you understand the emotions, needs and character of your pet. . If, during the therapy, we find out that a live meeting will be necessary in your case on top of the online assistance, I will try to refer you to a  recommended specialist who will be able to continue therapy live in your area, or we will prepare your dog for a meeting with me so that it is as comfortable as possible for them.


If you can't name the problem you're struggling with, don't worry- it's my job, after all ;-) Just let me know in your own words what worries you or what you would like to know. Often, you are struggling with several problems simultaneously, or the behaviour you see is the result of the dog's emotions hidden deep under the surface, and only during therapeutic work will we get to the root of it and classify it somehow.


So, in what situations is it worth choosing an online behavioural consultation?

First of all, when you are concerned about your dog's behaviour and do not have the opportunity to meet a behaviourist in person.


So if there is no behaviourist in your city you can turn to for help, your dog doesn't feel comfortable around strangers, or you specifically want my help, and you are from outside Warsaw.

The scope of problems with which you can seek help online is very similar to those during live consultations, including:

  • when your dog is anxious and afraid of various sounds, objects, and situations;

  • when your dog is aggressive towards other dogs and animals;

  • when your dog is aggressive towards strangers or household members;

  • when your dog pulls on the leash during a walk or eats garbage and/or inedible objects, e.g. stones or dirt;

  • when your dog destroys furniture or eliminates in the house;

  • when you plan to castrate your dog and want to be sure that your dog is behaviorally ready for it and after the procedure, (s)he will not become more aggressive or anxious;

  • when you are planning to move and want to be sure that your dog will find its way quickly in a new place;

  • when you are getting ready to expand your family, e.g. planning the birth of a child or the arrival of a new member of the household (both a human or another animal), and you want to be sure that your dog will experience such changes with as little stress as possible;

  • when your dog has recently lost his long-time companion or guardian and is grieving;

  • when your dog has just been adopted by you, and you are just getting to know each other;

  • when your dog does not get along with another animal in your home herd (dog or cat);

  • when your dog suddenly lost the desire to play, became withdrawn, lethargic, depressed;

  • when your dog behaves aggressively when you approach him while he is eating or sleeping (you suspect the so-called resource defence);

  • when your dog cries, barks, destroys, or eliminates at home while you are away - check out more about the therapy for separation disorders here, which is always carried out online;

  • ... and in any other situation where you feel the need to consult a professional and want to understand your dog's behaviour and emotions better ;-)

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