I work in a non-violent, friendly way and where the emotions of your animal are central. There is an emotion behind every behavior. If we just want to change the behavior, the underlying emotions that trigger the behavior are suppressed and the problem can escalate even more. By looking at the emotion behind the behavior, we really tackle the problem to the core and not just the symptoms.
The basic foundation in your relationship with your animal revolves around 3 very important things: trust, security and joy. If this basis is present, you can work with your animal even when the going gets tough.
Everything happens in a supportive and constructive way for both your animal and yourself. I know from experience that quick solutions have the opposite effect so all animals and owners get all the time they need together to achieve a good and positive result. Problem behavior starts with a response to a particular stimulus. The more the stimulus occurs, the more the behavior can repeat itself and the more this behavior becomes a habit. That is why it is important that you give yourself and your animal time to adjust properly so that a natural growth and development process can begin. Patience and gentleness are very important here. By looking for the answer to the question: Why does my animal do what it does? We begin to understand what he is doing and it becomes easier to remain more patient and mild.