CAROLE TINDALL A.DIP CBM; DIP. Can Psy (ocn)
Serving East Dorset and West Hampshire
FROM JUNE 2017 THESE CLASSES WILL BE RUN BY;
see contact details above.
HOME VISITS TOO!
'Better Dogs' also carry out;
'Homestart' Puppy courses
'Pay as You Go' or Block booking Training sessions
(discounts apply for block bookings)
Advice on Behaviour Problems.
AS FROM JUNE 2017 THE PUPPY/NOVICE TRAINING CLASSES WILL BE RUN BY FLEUR BRODERICK - THE NEXT COURSE DATE IS THURSDAY 1ST JUNE 2017.
PLEASE CONTACT FLEUR TO BOOK A PLACE.
TEL: 07986 096 926/ 01202 892498
FOR WOODLANDS VILLAGE HALL SCENTWORK CLASSES FOR ADULT DOGS AND PUPPIES, PLEASE CONTACT CAROLE TINDALL ON;
01202 814681 / 07732 743719
or use the 'contact' page on this website
CLICK ON THE PICTURES BELOW FOR MORE INFORMATION ON OUR SERVICES
ABTC (Animal Behaviour and Training Council) Registers Carole Tindall is a member of;
REGISTERED ANIMAL TRAINING INSTRUCTOR
This standard is about planning and managing the training of animals. This may involve training the animal to undertake specific tasks, or more general training.
This standard covers interactions with the animal and the owner/handler. Teaching owners/handlers how to introduce and reinforce desirable behaviours, how to avoid and/or extinguish undesirable behaviours, ensuring that training progresses at an appropriate rate, goals are met and the training is evaluated to ensure each of the above. This role is teaching the owner/handler to train the animal.
REGISTERED ACCREDITED ANIMAL BEHAVIOURIST
This standard relates to the retraining of animals' undesirable or inappropriate behaviour.
This standard involves understanding how to prevent or address inappropriate or problematic behaviour within individual animals through the development of suitable environments and management regimes. This may be for training rehabilitation or prevention purposes, when caring for the animal or when assisting another person or organisation with undesirable behavioural in their animal/s.
This standard is suitable for those working in the animal care sector, with responsibility for planning and managing the ‘humane' approach to the addressing of inappropriate behaviour of animals.
The Veterinary Surgeons Act limits the activities which may be carried out by those who are not qualified veterinary surgeons. All activities should be carried out within the constraints of the Veterinary Surgeons Act.