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From choosing the right pet, to owning a well-behaved one, Massey University Veterinary Teaching Hospital’s Animal Behaviour Service can help you create a strong bond with your pet that will last a lifetime.
Our qualified behaviour veterinarian, Rachael Stratton and behaviour nurse Julie Dalton make a unique, dedicated team.
Want to turn your puppy into an obedient, delightful dog? Need help preventing or resolving disruptive bad habits?
Our dedicated staff use welfare-friendly, science-based training methods and use positive reinforcement to give the best result for you and your pet. One-on-one training sessions and day training are also available for any age of dog.
Puppy Pre-school 7-14 weeks old
This five week course covers socialisation, communication, puppy care, avoiding problems and basic commands.
Puppy Intermediate 3-7 months old
This four-week course further develops the basic training skills and teaches appropriate greeting and interaction with other dogs and humans. An attentive and calm dog is the goal.
Problem behaviours can have a traumatic effect on your pet and the whole household. Our veterinary behaviour team can help you manage and resolve these issues.
Problem areas we can help with include:
To use our service you may either:
Phone: (06) 350 5329
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Last updated on Tuesday 16 August 2016