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Unwanted Dog Behaviour- A Big Problem!

Even more worrying are the dogs that are displaying more aggressive behaviour which could escalate further until someone gets hurt.

Cambridgeshire, UK ( FreightNet ) 3rd July 2008 - launches a free 7 step blueprint to improve your dog’s behaviour as part of their Dog Behaviour Month for July 08. The focus during July will be to establish what the main unwanted dog behaviours are that cause the most concern, and to provide information and products to help you resolve the problem. has created a free 7 step blueprint to help Britain’s 6.8 million dog owners change their pet’s unwanted and sometimes dangerous behaviour.

Most dog owners are concerned about at least one aspect of their dog’s behaviour including common problems such as jumping up at visitors, running out the door and chewing furniture. These problems are preventing owners and their families from really enjoying their pet.

Even more worrying are the dogs that are displaying more aggressive behaviour which could escalate further until someone gets hurt.

Catherine Goat, owner of the new cat and dog care website that provides practical information and specially selected products to solve problems for busy animal lovers says, “The majority of dog owners are responsible and want nothing more than to provide for their pet, to enable them to be happy, healthy and content dogs. But across the country dogs are getting away with unacceptable behaviour because owners just don’t know how to change it.”

Catherine reports that in her experience most dog owners require some guidance to change a dog’s unwanted behaviour and she is addressing this problem by creating a free 7 step blueprint to changing dog’s behaviour including…

1. Indentifying the problem

2. Boundary Setting

3. Preparation

4. The three ‘C’ of Pack Leadership

5. Rewards

6. Opportunity

7. Practice

“I know how frustrating a badly behaving dog can be and so have created these 7 steps to demonstrate how easy it can be to change your dog’s behaviour. By following these steps to clearly communicate what is acceptable behaviour to the dog, a better understanding between pet and owner will develop, leading to a happier, healthier pet,” explains Catherine. also offers short e-mail courses on understanding different aspects of dog’s behaviour. It is also carrying out a survey to establish the true extent of the problem and to find out from dog owners what behavioural issues they are experiencing with their dog.

Visit to take part in this survey or download the 7 step Blueprint and start changing your dog’s behaviour today by visiting


Catherine Goat is available for comment and interviews by telephone 01954 230902 e-mail



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