Or maybe a spraying, fighting cat? A reminder of what we do here!  We work with dogs and cats in need of help.  We won’t run away if your dog has bitten you or someone else, or if your pet has reduced you to tears.  If your cat is attacking the neighbours cats, we will try and help you.  Help starts from just £3.99 and our new options mean you can even have us take on your dog for a day to help personally.

We generally cover the M4 Corridor, from Wales to South East generally, going up to Cambridgeshire.  Over 30 years experience means we have skills for most of your problems, including back up homeopathic suggestions too.  No shock or prong products are recommended or used.

As owners of various cats and dogs (Debbie Connolly, the Boss has 4 dogs and 7  cats!)  we have also experienced many of the problems that you face.  It can be isolating, especially if your dog is aggressive and friends and family think you should put it to sleep.    As Debbie has run her own rescue as well as dog pounds and we continue to support various rescues, we also understand what taking on an older dog or cat can bring.

Help is on offer to suit all price ranges.  Advice packs for cats and dogs are £3.99 each.  If you then want a phone or email consultation, that’s £30 (less £3.99 if you bought the pack first).  If a home visit is needed, that’s £150, but if you already bought a phone consult, we deduct £30 from that.   You don’t pay twice.

New options include us collecting your dog for a day at a time and keeping it with us all day for training.

So, whether your dog chases livestock, your cat sprays or you have had the police or neighbours at your door, talk to us, we can help!

Read our available help, starting at £3.99 HERE

And see our £35 assessments supporting our own Bravo Working Dog Rescue HERE


Call us 0208 1445799

Skype us  safepetsuk

or email us HERE  training@safepets.co.uk


About safepets uk

Pet training and behaviour company treating cats, dogs and livestock. Range of free advice on website. Covering Midlands to London. Training and behaviour advisers to Pet Education Trust.

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