©  All content copyright of The Canine Centre The Guild of Dog Trainers The Cambridge Institute of Dog Behaviour & Training The Canine & Feline Behaviour Association
Home About Us Behaviour Vet Info Training Display Teams Legal Experts Media Contact Us
Promoting understanding and communication with dogs Williams & Associates The Canine Centre See our YouTube and Channel and subscribe Click to go to Natural Instinct website

Sue Williams training consultant to Natural Instinct

Our You Tube Channel

Click to go to Dogs Monthly website

Sue Williams expert & features writer for

Dogs Monthly

Expert Dog Training Website

Click to go to www.expertdogtraining.org

dog training courses

Visit Our Blog

Click to go to puppy training web site

Phone Us

01766 513344

Email Us


How to Book a consultation

Contact us direct

Contact us direct by telephone, email or complete our online behaviour form

Getting Referred By Your Vet

We work with numerous veterinary practices throughout the North West, Midlands and Wales.  If you think you might need our help with a behavioural issue it is advised that prior to booking an appointment with us, your dog is medically assessed by your veterinarian as some behavioural problems have a medical cause, albeit rarely.

Your vet may refer by:

Using Your Pet Insurance

Williams and Associates are members of the Canine & Feline Behaviour Association of Great Britain (CFBA). Most pet insurance companies will pay clients consultation fees if carried out by a CFBA member.

It is suggested that the client contact their insurance provider in advance of booking a consultation to check the details of cover and/or any exceptions within their specific policy type. If the client contacts us directly and wishes to use their pet insurance we explain procedure as above and ask them to contact their veterinarian to obtain a referral, either verbal or written depending on the company that the pet is insured with and their requirements.

After the consultation an overview report is sent to the referring veterinarian for their perusal . If the behaviour presented to us is such that we feel that a medical examination of the dog in question is relevant (to the exhibited behaviour problem) – we advise the client accordingly.

Consultation fees are payable at the consultation.