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Cat Behaviourist Training

At Wagg & Purr Pet Behaviour, Lauren can help with any behaviour problems you may be experiencing with your cat. From aggression, toileting problems, anxiety, separation related problems, tension between cats, obsessive grooming and much more. As a cat behaviourist, Lauren can help you work out why the behaviour is being displayed and develop an individual behaviour change plan. Cat training plans usually involve optimising your cat's environment and tweaking their routine to meet their needs, as well as encouraging appropriate behaviours. If you would like to book a free short chat on the phone to discuss your options for pet training or behaviour support with Lauren, then click the button below to book.

Cat and Kitten Training advice

These sessions aim to help you understand the best way to meet your kitten or cat’s behavioural needs and reduce the likelihood of future problems.

Would you like help and support with:

New cat introductions to other pets in the household?

New cat introduction to children in the house?

Introducing a new pet to an existing cat?

Preparing your cat for a new baby in the house?

Setting up the cat’s environment to meet their needs?

Moving house with your cat?

Lauren can help!

One hour bespoke cat behaviour advice session: £60

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Cat problematic behaviour

Feline behaviour consultations are designed to help you understand why your cat is displaying problematic behaviours and develop an achievable plan for behaviour modification.

Do you have problems with:

Your cat spraying and marking?

Your cat acting aggressively?

Your cat damaging the furniture?

Your cat not getting on with other pets in the house?

Or any other behaviour?

Lauren can help!

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Cat and Kitten advice

Cat behaviour advice to help prevent behaviour problems from developing.

Cat Training

Cat problematic behaviour

Support and guidance to help you get to the bottom of your cat’s behaviour and develop an achievable plan for change.

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Feline Problematic Behaviour Consultation

Are you struggling with your cat’s problematic behaviour? Lauren can help you develop a plan for addressing separation related problems, spraying and marking, aggressive behaviour, tensions with other cats or dogs, anxiety, overgrooming, fears, inappropriate play, furniture destruction and much more! The cost of an initial consultation as detailed below is £250.

Consultations involve:

  • 1. Veterinary referral (essential as behaviour problems can be influenced by health, pain and discomfort)
  • 2. A questionnaire
  • 3. An approximately 2 hour consultation
  • 4. An achievable behaviour change plan for you to follow
  • 5. 3 months email and WhatsApp support to help you follow the plan
  • 6. Priority for follow up hourly sessions if required

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  • Are you qualified?

    Yes, Lauren has a BSc (Hons) in Equine Science and an MSc in Clinical Animal Behaviour. Lauren is a registered Animal Training Instructor with the Animal Training and Behaviour Council (ABTC) and is a full member of the Professional Association of Canine Trainers (PACT). She is also a provisional member of the Association of Pet Behaviour Counsellors and regularly engages in continued professional development.

  • What areas do you cover?

    Wagg & Purr Pet Behaviour covers Norwich, Norfolk and parts of Suffolk. A mileage charge applies outside of a 10 mile radius of NR14 7UJ.

  • Are you insured?

    Yes! I am covered with public liability and professional indemnity insurance.

  • How can I book a consultation or advice session?

    Contact Lauren who will send a link with details on how to book. Full payment is required upon booking via Stripe or PayPal. Paying with PayPal may allow the option to spread the payment using PayPal Credit.

  • How do cat advice sessions differ from problematic behaviour consultations?

    Behaviour is complex and involves many aspects, including: emotions, motivations, physiology, genetics, the cat’s environment, previous experience and more! It is essential that when addressing problematic behaviour, a full understanding is gained about why the behaviour is being displayed so that changes can be made, with appropriate behaviour modification techniques. Advice sessions on the other hand, will revolve around optimising your cat’s environment and general interactions to reduce the likelihood of any behaviour problems developing in the future. If it becomes clear that a behaviour consultation and veterinary referral is necessary during an advice session, then the cost of the advice session will be deducted from the consultation fee.

  • What is vet referral and why is it necessary?

    Any behaviour problem will require veterinary referral prior to a consultation. This is because health conditions both past and present can influence behaviour. Vet referral involves your vet signing a form to indicate their approval of referral and to allow for communication between vet and behaviourist. Should it be required, Lauren can then discuss with your vet if there are any medical related problems or suspicions which may be relevant to the behaviour problem and if medication may be of use in helping with behaviour modification.

  • How quickly will I see changes in my cat?

    This depends on many factors. In some cases you may see quick results, however most of the time commitment and consistency will be required to get the best, long term results. Lauren's role is to help you understand why your cat is acting in a particular way and to equip you with the skills and support necessary to achieve your goals and build on your relationship with your cat. Behaviour problems often develop over time and therefore there is very rarely a quick fix. Wagg & Purr Pet Behaviour is committed to offering you support until you are happy with what you’ve achieved.