Rehabilitation Sessions

Every behaviour consultation comes with at least one rehabilitation session, to ensure you’re on the right track.

For those with reactive dogs these sessions are where we put your hard work into practise in safe situations, utilising stooge dogs where necessary, to help support your progress. 

Who are they for?

Rehabilitation sessions are included with every behaviour consultation. They are here to support you as you progress with your dog through the behaviour modification plan. With a variety of packages available, we can find the best option for your situation. Our rehabilitation trainers can help you put the skills you have learned during your session into action with your dog.

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our rehabilitation team

Danielle Beck, Clinical Animal Behaviour has teamed up with local expert dog trainers to provide further support to you and your dogs. All our trainers specialise in rehabilitation for all breeds. We are looking forward to helping you with your dogs and supporting you in your rehabilitation journey.

Jennifer Elvey

Rehabilitation Trainer

Jennifer has a BSc (Hons) in Animal Behaviour from Liverpool John Moores University and been working with animals for over 18 years.


She is a provisional member of the Association of Pet Behaviour Counsellors (APBC) and has completed and passed and the Approved Training Instructor course by the APBC in 2015. In 2019, Jennifer completed and passed the advanced training instructor course by Association of Pet Dog Trainers UK (APDT).


Jennifer lives with her Pomeranian Billy, runs her own dog training business and has teamed up with Danielle to further her professional development and help more people and their dogs.

Kayleigh Holcroft

Rehabilitation Trainer

Kayleigh has a BSc (Hons) in Animal Behaviour from Liverpool John Moores University, and been working with animals for over 15 years. 

Kayleigh was a VSPDT approved trainer and mentor and ran her own dog walking and training business for 9 years before taking a short career break.

Kayleigh grew up with large breeds including Rottweilers and Belgian Malinois and specialises in dog reactivity and rehabilitation. 

 

Ellen Greenwood - Sole

Rehabilitation Trainer

Ellen is currently working toways a BSc (Hons) in Applied Animal Behaviour and Trainingat Bishop Burton University and is a graduate of CBST of Companion Animal Science Institute.

She is an approved dog trainer with the Association of Pet Dog Trainers UK (APDT No. 01465)

Ellen runs her own dog training and dog walking business and joined the team to further her career developmemnt and help more people with their dogs.

Ellen specialises in Border Collies and other herding breeds.

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Practice makes perfect

We know about your hectic schedule. We also know the only way you truly understand something is by practicing it in a real environment. This is why we arrange rehabilitation sessions to give you real world experience with your dog, in a controlled and safe setting with on hand support.

Rehabilitation support sessions

In addition to our online support, we also offer an option to take part in a live group stooge sessions*. These take place in secure fields with our rehabilitation trainers and other reactive dog clients. Here you’ll be able to put into practise what you have learnt under the watchful eye of Danielle and her team. Those from our reactive dog classes are also welcome to join.

*Group sessions are available in accordance with local government guidance regarding COVID-19.

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Learn from the specialists, we understand aggression

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Book now and lets start building a great relationship with your dog, that helps make life easier. We make sure every session is easily understood, and that you and your dog are supported as much, or as little, as you need.

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