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Stafford Bull Terrier

This service is for you if...

You feel like a prisoner in your own home.

The thought of leaving your dog alone, even for a minute, feels impossible.

You have been told that your dog will “get over it” and you just need to let them cry it out.

You are worried that you caused your dog’s separation anxiety (spoiler alert, you didn’t!).

You want an expert by your side and scientifically sound methods to help your dog be happy when home alone.

You want your freedom back.

Why Wonderpups?

Living with a dog who is unable to be left can be incredibly challenging. Let’s first of all be clear by saying; you did not cause your dog’s separation anxiety. However, we strongly believe that with the right professional support, you can be the one to resolve or greatly improve it.

Our comprehensive online programme is designed to offer you all the support you need to help you both succeed. With the right tools and scientifically proven methods, you will soon see that your amazing, wonderful dog IS adaptable and capable of change.

What to Expect

Virtual Programme

4 weeks support

1 hour initial assessment (“Get Started” only)

Daily personalised training plan

15 minute weekly check-in call

Messaging support (Monday – Friday)


Get Started

4 week Programme

£499 Get Started

Keep Going

4 week Programme

£449 Get Started


  • How will you be able to ease my dog’s separation anxiety?

    We use a method called Systematic Desensitisation. This involves exposing the dog to the thing they are frightened of (i.e being alone) in a very gradual and systematic way. Your dog should be happy and calm throughout the training. This is always our top priority.

  • How does the programme work?

    We will ask you to fill out a questionnaire prior to our first session together. This will help us learn a bit more about you and your dog, to ensure we can help you in the best way possible.

    We will then have an initial assessment call via Zoom, which lasts for one hour. During this time we will discuss the responses to your questionnaire as well as ascertain a good starting point for your dog. We will answer any questions you might have and create an initial training plan. The session will be recorded (unless you prefer it not to be), so that you can refer back to it at any time.

    You will receive an updated training plan daily (Monday – Friday). These plans are created based on the previous training session/s you did. They are completely bespoke to your dog and their current capabilities.

    If you are ever unsure of how your dog is doing, you can simply send us a message or video for feedback.

    Once a week, we will schedule a 15 minute check in call. We will discuss any triumphs or challenges you might have had that week and adapt our plan accordingly.

  • Will you be able to cure my dogs separation anxiety?

    No. And please don’t believe anyone who says that they can. Dogs are complex, living, breathing creatures. What we can confidently promise is that we use methods backed by scientific literature, that are highly likely to improve or resolve your dog’s separation anxiety. Separation anxiety often requires a multi-faceted approach. We are here to ensure your dog has the best chance of getting the support they need.

  • Why can’t I leave my dog alone during the programme?

    The aim of the programme is to change your dog’s feelings around being left alone. We want to teach your dog that being left alone is safe, and need to do so gradually. If we simultaneously leave your dog alone under conditions that cause them to feel stressed and scared we are likely to regress in training. We understand that it can be hard to not leave your dog, so we will offer tips and ideas on how this can be made easier. It might require some creativity, but it can be done!

Get in touch

Is your dog male or female?*
Is your dog spayed/neutered?*
Have you tried any other methods to resolve your dog’s separation anxiety?*
Have you spoken to your vet about your dog’s separation anxiety?*
We strongly advise not to leave your dog outside of training contexts whilst we work on improving their separation anxiety. How do you feel about that?*