Welcome to Canine Crusades
Having problems with your dog?
There are many causes of behaviour problems in dogs, and sometimes that cause can be as simple as a diet problem. It is the cause that we must
first identify and address, before we can begin to use training techniques. There are also many types of behaviour problem that can arise, from what I
have seen the list is quite long and so I shall spare you of it! Whatever your Canine conundrum is, we are here to help. We offer the following
services, Behaviour therapy, one-to-one training, dog walking, and our brand new services, dog daycare & puppy playgroup. Check out the services
page for full details.
Steve Bailey offers one to one training
sessions and will train your dog to your suit
your specific requirements...
We believe that day care is the future in
canine care in the UK and are proud to offer
this revolutionary approach for dog owners in
the South West.
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If the answer is yes then you’ve come to the right place! From
Minehead and based in Williton (West Somerset), Steve Bailey
specialises in Canine Behaviour and Psychology, as well as dog
training, and has a passion for correcting behavioural problems in dogs.
When a problem arises, dog owners often assume that it is a training
problem, but before we can use positive dog training techniques to our
advantage, we must first address instincts. It is crucial to fulfil as many
natural instincts within our dog as possible, as this is often the area in
which behavioural problems lie. The domestic dog is a distant cousin of
the wolf, and has inherited some of its traits. For example, simply
fulfilling the drive to explore territory, by walking our dog first thing in the
morning, (ideally at dusk as this is when wolves or village dogs would
arise and explore their territory) will mimic innate canid behaviour,
bringing balance to our dog, as well as exercise. Also, as it is almost
impossible to fulfil the natural sex drive of our pet, here at Canine
Crusades, we recommend the neutering/spaying of all domestic dogs to
assist in creating a less frustrated, more balanced animal.
Steve Bailey member of the
International Society of