Helen Taylor, BSc, CCAB 

 

Professional Dog Behaviourist

 

 

 

...Helping your best friend to be even better...

Call now on 07951 985193  or email us on enquiries@helentaylordorset.co.uk

About us

Helen Taylor is a full-time professional dog behaviourist based in North Dorset, and has been operating throughout most of Dorset, and parts of South Somerset, South Wiltshire and West Hampshire since 2004. 

 

In line with industry best-practice, Helen uses strictly force-free, reward-based methods of behaviour modification and will never use any aversive, punitive or dangerous methods. Your dog will never be hurt, frightened, provoked or made to feel anxious. 

 

Read more about the dangers of using aversives in behaviour modification 

Read about why "pack theory" is not relevant or helpful in explaining the behaviour of domestic dogs

 

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Helen is a full member of The Association of Pet Behaviour Counsellors, is a Certificated Clinical Animal Behaviourist and a Registered Practitional (Clinical Animal Behaviourist) with the Animal Behaviour and Training Council. She is also a member of the Association of Pet Dog Trainers (No 881). She has an honours degree in Zoology from the University of Southampton, and an Advanced Diploma in Canine Behavioural Management (ADipCBM). 

 

Helen uses force-free, positive, reward-based dog training methods to help dog-owners with training and behavioural problems using kind and effective ways to improve behaviour and solve problems. She is recommended by and takes referrals from all the major veterinary practices locally and many from further afield. Helen is also available to give talks to primary school children on safe behaviour round dogs, and conducts fostering and adoption assessments for local authorities and private adoption agencies. Helen lives in Marnhull with 8 month old working Labrador, Mia, and 5 month old Burmese, Orlando.

 

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