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If you are fascinated by how dogs think and learn and why they behave as they do - then you have come to the right place!  Here, you will find a booklet on how to pick the perfect puppy for you personally; a collection of unusual and interesting canine cases; a blog that features dogs in the news and the latest research - as well as the internationally renowned Dog Psychology Course.  This is the only specialised dog behaviour Course of its kind; written by professional, practising psychologists and providing an in-depth knowledge of dog behaviour.

Dog Psychology Course

The Course was founded in 1999 in response to requests from vets, professional dog handlers, breeders and dog owners throughout the world. It was designed and written primarily for those wanting to enter the profession of dog psychology but the information it contains can be of benefit and interest to ALL dog owners. In fact we would go so far as to say it is essential reading for every dog owner because understanding how a dog thinks and learns takes all the mystery out of training. This is dog behaviour training made easy!


Case Studies Collection

In response to overwhelming demand, we have put together a selection of 40 cases that the Canine Behaviour Centre has tackled over the years. They are all somewhat unusual problems involving, in some instances, human as well as canine problems.

Advanced Aggression Course

In this course we examine all the different patterns and functions that are involved in aggression; exploring old and new research and presenting a wide range of arguments, ideas and theories.

Don't buy a puppy...
….until you’ve read this all-important booklet!

 “How to Pick the Perfect Puppy … for You"

By Deborah Bragg...



The Canine Behaviour Centre


Hearing Dogs for Deaf People.

Deafness is more than hearing loss - hearing dogs also help to relieve the stress, isolation and loneliness than deafness can often bring. The charity trains dogs to alert deaf people to important sounds and danger signals, providing independence, confidence and companionship. To learn more about this invaluable work, go to www.hearingdogs.org.uk




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