top of page


Positively introducing our pets is often a tiny detail that gets overlooked.

Too often, we hear sad tales of the cat moving out when the new puppy arrives. The old belief of “Throw them together and let them sort it out” is very risky and rarely successful in creating good relationships between your pets. Too often, pets end up anxious or even homeless because their humans did not know any better.

By understanding the process and spending a little extra time on a slow positive introduction, it is possible to give your pets the best chance at successfully building positive relationships and bonds with the other pets that have to share their home with.

Research shows that dogs and cats are also emotional beings therefore, by nurturing good relationships between our pets, we are giving them the best chance for a happy and balanced life, and this will also prevent pets from ending up homeless and some behaviour issues like aggression in the long run.

I offer private introduction consultations in your own home or online.

Introduction consultations:
Our consultation will be approximately 60min, and I would like you to arrange for all family members who want to participate in the discussion to be there for the duration of the consult.

What to expect:

A detailed introduction plan and discussion and practical ideas on how to make it work in your home environment.

What is included:

Initial Consultation, Introduction Plan, and 1x Follow-Up Consultation

Further, follow-up consultations can be booked if and when needed.

In-person consultations in the Perth Metropolitan area are available.

Discounted pricing is available for any Introduction Consultations referred by Rescue Organisations.

Pet Introductions: Services
bottom of page