Dog Behaviour Consultation Home Visits in Coventry

Are you struggling with an over excitable dog, mouthing, barking, jumping up, attention seeking, aggression, separation anxiety or other problems?

What I offer

Initial phone call to establish the problem.

Fact finding questionnaire to gather further information and history of your dog.

Initial visit within the Coventry area, minimum 2 hours, to observe your dogs behaviour in his home environment and to establish the reasons for his behaviour.

Helping you to understand why your dog behaves the way he does.

I will give practical advice and demonstrate how to stop the undesirable behaviour and discuss with you the reasons behind it and how to continue to improve your dog’s behaviour.

Follow up written report detailing advice given and any recommendations.

Follow up visits as required – and ongoing support via telephone/email.

One-To-One Training

I offer one-to-one training at your home and local area helping you to understand your dog and give you the skills to bring out the best in you both.

Prices include a tailor made plan and the facility to call for advice between and after sessions.

Positive Training Methods

Using positive training methods to change your dogs undesirable behaviour.

Dog and Puppy training can cover obedience, over excitement, recall, walking on lead and more. Follow up sessions as necessary.

Dog Behaviour Consultation at Home

Time and commitment is needed, there are no quick fixes but I will be on hand to support and encourage you. Training should be fun and enjoyable. This will help you bond with your dog.


25+ Years Experience

  • 28 Years as a Guide Dog Trainer

  • Owned various assortment of rescue dogs over the past 20 years.

  • Member of the Guild Of Dog Trainers

  • Studying with Cambridge Institute of Dog behaviour and Training

  • 2 Years as a trainee Veterinary Nurse

  • 2 Years working in Boarding Kennels

  • Fully Insured

Meet Michele

“Owning a dog should be a fun and enjoyable experience, they’re your best friend.

Sometimes, however, problems occur that can leave you and your dog feeling frustrated.

By understanding why your dog is behaving in this way, communicating in a positive and effective manner with your dog, and putting some structure into their life, you will see the undesirable behaviour improve.

Click below to see how I can help you and your dog.”


Founder of Happy Mutts Dog Training