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We are dedicated to helping cat and dog owners and their pets:

 So, if you need:

  • Puppy socialisation
  • Puppy private education
  • Dog lifestyle matching
  • Dog Behaviour modification
  • Cat Behaviour modification
  • Dog and cat assessments
  • Home Visit

you’re at the right place. 

About Us

The Practice is run by Beata Leszczyńska, DipCABT. Beata is a COAPE Practitioner and has an advanced diploma in companion animal behavior.She is a member of CAPBT Poland (COAPE Association of Pet Behaviourists and Trainers). The CAPBT is the UK's largest network of qualified pet behaviour therapists ( operating also in Poland (

At our Practice we work mainly with dogs and cats. We work with all ages and breeds including cross, mixed breeds and rescue dogs and cats.

Contact Information

For information on any of the services offered contact us by email or by telephone for personal contact or to make a booking. Ask for behavior consultation in English if necessary. 

Telephone: 00 48 601 412 764 

Methods and Consultations

Consultations are held on an appointment basis, either at the behaviourist’s consulting room or in your own home. The initial consultation normally lasts 1 - 2 hours, ideally with all your family present. A history of the problem will be taken and your pet’s behaviour assessed.

COAPE members all work following a consistent approach which is called EMRA. This is an holistic approach focusing on your pets emotions. 

EMRA stands for Emotional, Mood State and Reinforcement Analysis which put simply

  • analyses how your pet feels on a day to day basis - are they fully content with life?
  • determines how your pet feels when the problematic situation arises and
  • looks at why your pet is continuing to perform the problematic behavior


The behaviourist will then work with to you to devise an individual behaviour modification program. This may involve several subsequent sessions, especially with aggression problems.

CAPBT members work in close co-operation with your veterinary practice and keep them informed of progress and developments throughout.

We do NOT recommend the use of choke chain, spiked or prone collars or electric collar. Nor kicking, nipping or pinching of dogs. Not only are such methods inhuman but also derogatory in training and behaviour modification not to mention your relationship with the pet.