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Robbie Clarke – Dog Trainer And Behaviorist In N.Ireland

Contact - Media, Schools and Community Groups Community, Schools and Media Contact:

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Email media-contact@dogsense.uk.com

I continue to welcome contact from the press who require information about dog related issues. I have worked various media forms on a number of occasions as a leading dog aggression expert.

I also welcome requests from schools and groups to speak on canine communication and bite prevention – an interesting, educational and safety seminar at no cost!

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  1. kerry dubery says:

    Hi Robbie,
    Thanks for the chat over the phone. If you could help us with Rockford (name not my idea!!) that would be great. He is a lab x and is about 2 1/2 yrs old. He is very dominant and can be aggressive. He has to be muzzled when out in public because he bit a lad about a year ago. He has a problem with other dogs, some people, vehicles and bicycles. He was aggressive towards us when we first got him but we have overcome that so in the house with just us (me my husband and son who is 11)he is ok.

    I have worked with him constantly but I think I am communicating with him wrongly and really need someone objective to set me on the right path again. I know his issues are the humans’ fault so we would appreciate help to know what to do.

    I really look forward to seeing you on tues evening (2nd November).

    Kind Regards

    Kerry Dubery

  2. Kt povey says:

    hi i contacted u on f.b would like 2 sign up 4 ur newsletters an any info on trainin 4 puppys but havin trouble emailin u

  3. hey i am very interested in training dogs and i have been doing it for a few years now. i would love to take it up full time either employed or self-employed but alot of jobs i look at are all looking for qualifications but i can find anywhere in the N.Ireland that does courses on gianing a qualification. do you know of anywhere in N.Ireland that offer course on becoming a trainer\ tutor?

  4. Robert Clarke says:

    apologies for the delay, Robbie will respond to you shortly
    admin

  5. Hi,
    I have a 14 month Labrador called Bailie who seems to lose all sense when we’re out for a walk and meet other dogs. As soon as he spots another dog he will lie down and refuse to move until they get close to him and then he’ll take a flying leap wanting to play. If the other owner walks past without acknowledging him he’ll bark at them as they go past. He isn’t being aggressive but that can be hard to explain as he’s pulling and barking. Would classes be a suitable way of socialising him to other dogs or a recipe for disaster? Would you have ant appropriate classes starting in the Antrim area soon?

  6. Hi, We have a year and half old Lab x Husky and he is hyper. He is walked 3 times day, has plenty off out door space to run about and we always try and keep the same routine for him. He is very friendly buy he is such a handful. He doesnt settle in the house at all and hes constantly running about like a mad man. We cant leave him in a room on his own at all or he will have everything in sight pulled down. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks

  7. Can you help a five year old rotweiller to stop being aggressive to other dogs especially my next door neighbour’s which he has tried to fit in his mouth on several occasions now much to the dismay of my poor little neighbour. He seems to only want to tell the little white fluffy dog off for peeing on his patch and not actually kill him. He sniffs around after the dog has came past our house and he will actually just start growling at wherever the dog has been. He will do this if i go near him as well while he is sniffing the area. Thats the only time he growls. He is a loving little suck otherwise :)

    Thank you.
    Claire

  8. Siobhan Magill says:

    Hi Robbie

    I was wondering if you could help. I have a 18 month old Old English Sheepdog called Olly who is deaf :-( he was born deaf so knows no difference, I had him 5 weeks when I discovered but couldn’t take him back.

    Olly was, is hard to train as he can’t hear anything so hand signals are used, he is house trained and will sit with hand signals but I am struggling to get him to stop pulling on lead, also when walking day or night he pulls towards cars at night its the head lights as he has no fear, hes started barking at everything when in the car and house, and this past few weeks hes started chewing the inside of the car, it’s like he is throwing a tantrum someone said its called frapping as he bounces like a lamb when he does it. If he wants attention he’d mouth (not bite) at our bums which isn’t acceptable and he knows he’s done wrong as he runs when he does it. I have just ordered a spray commander that was recommended to me, can you help with deaf dogs as I don’t want these problems escalating

    Many thanks

    Siobhan

    Hi Robbie

    I was wondering if you could help. I have a 18 month old Old English Sheepdog called Olly who is deaf :-( he was born deaf so knows no difference, I had him 5 weeks when I discovered but couldn’t take him back.

    Olly was, is hard to train as he can’t hear anything so hand signals are used, he is house trained and will sit with hand signals but I am struggling to get him to stop pulling on lead, also when walking day or night he pulls towards cars at night its the head lights as he has no fear, hes started barking at everything when in the car and house, and this past few weeks hes started chewing the inside of the car, it’s like he is throwing a tantrum someone said its called frapping as he bounces like a lamb when he does it. If he wants attention he’d mouth (not bite) at our bums which isn’t acceptable and he knows he’s done wrong as he runs when he does it. I have just ordered a spray commander that was recommended to me, can you help with deaf dogs as I don’t want these problems escalating

    Many thanks

    Siobhan

    Sent from my iPhone

  9. Michelle Lynn says:

    Hi I have a 22month old Shorkie, he doesn’t like to be groomed after having to be held by my husband last year & he needs groomed this year again & don’t know what to do as the experience for him last year was really bad. He bites when we try to take his lead of him after his walk & is really nasty. I really don’t know what to do. Thanks Michelle

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