Specialising in helping dogs, cats, birds & others resolve stress & trauma
This Blog will soon have an article on movement and ways to improve it.
This post was originally going to be about the benefits on being able to relax and how it helps with reducing behaviour problems. It still is, but there is much more connected to this and a recent article prompted a deeper look at it all. http://news.sciencemag.org/brain-behavior/2014/07/people-would-rather-be-electrically-shocked-left-alone-their-thoughts http://news.sciencemag.org/brain-behavior/2014/07/people-would-rather-be-electrically-shocked-left-alone-their-thoughts Really interesting, but … Continue reading
Should we focus on health or disease
An article about the importance of focusing on healthy possibilities to reduce/remove/prevent disease rather than just rely on medication. There are many things you can help your pet with.
Can you teach an old dog new tricks
This blog will have an article about helping your animal learn more effectively and why some animals seem to struggle.
How do you teach your animal to do the things we want? Do you have a training issue that you are struggling to resolve?
If your struggling to deal with your animals behavioural problems please have a look here. Covering many issues such as aggression, anxiety, sound phobias, destruction, excessive barking, obsessive compulsive behaviours, etc.
TTouch and Craniosacral Therapy can help with many physical, emotional and health problems. When you can work with the underlying cause, then the issues will resolve.
Workshops and Seminars
I run workshops and seminars on Tellington TTouch , movement and body therapies as well as animal training and behavioural modifications. Various classes are also available at times. This is a great way to build your understanding, relationship and support improvements in physical, behavioural and health issues.
I am an experienced Animal Behavour Consultant, Certified Dog Trainer, TTouch Practitioner and Craniosacral Therapist providing you with many services to help you and your companion animal improve health, well-being and relationships. Please search through this site for more imformation and contact me to organise and appointment or more information. Regards, Tim Munro (B.Sc hons, RCST, CA-P1)