For information on how we may be able to help

contact Ben McKechnie CFBA MTGoDT

Canine Behaviour Consultant on

0770 8712 219 or [email protected]


CBT Referrals 

Pet Behaviour Veterinary Referral Clinic

Full Members

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Equality Register

Master Trainer with 

The Guild of Dog Trainers

'It is continually proven that there are more benefits when shaping dog behaviour that this is achieved by the addition of structured play activities - therefore all training and behaviour rehabilitation exercises should include an element of play and fun based interaction' - Dean Hart MSc MCFBA

Please Note

1. Any training or activity sheets provided to download from this page do not suggest any 'cure' for any given problem. They are purely training techniques that are often used successfully during many of our 'platform training sessions'and they should be used in conjunction with behaviour protocols, environmental changes and clinical considerations. CBT Referrals take no responsibility for any outcome from applying these techniques. they are widely available across the internet in different formats.

2. All magazine articles produced are subject to a strict and limited word count and may not reflect the full and appropriate advice for any questions raised. 

The following information sheets are available to download by clicking on the picture next to the text or the text itself.

Acepromazine (ACP) for Anxiety and Phobias –

A welfare problem? Dean Hart MCFBA.​ 

Article: Writing Your Business Plan - A New Year Resolution!

by Dean Hart MCFBA

- A short guide on how to build a business plan for small businesses.

Article: Quick Q & A - for Rescue Magazine

by Dean Hart MCFBA

Should I muzzle -

Arthritis & hydrotherapy -

Sending a dog away to be trained -

Article: Quick Q & A - Rescue Magazine

by Dean Hart MCFBA

How to choose a good dog trainer -

Single or split lead walking -

Article: CCTV and WEB Cams Panopticon or Marketing Genius?

by Dean Hart MCFBA

- Introductory tips on using CCTV for small businesses. 

Article: Quick Q & A - Rescue Magazine

- Stopping your puppy chewing.

- First steps in clicker training.

Article: Quick Q&A - Rescue Magazine

- Getting your puppy microchipped

- Next steps after charging your clicker