The Dog Helpline came about through Canine Psychologist Lisa Tenzin-Dolma's extensive work with hundreds of rescue dogs, many of whom were abandoned or handed into shelters because their owners simply couldn't cope with their behaviour. Jumping up, fear-aggression, unruly habits, toilet-training, lack of confidence, separation anxiety, pulling on the lead, incessant barking, obsessive behaviour, and possessiveness are just some of the issues that Lisa works with. Through her methods the lives of many dogs and their owners have been transformed from chaos to calm in just a short period of time.
Not everyone has access to a local behaviourist who uses only positive, compassionate methods to rehabilitate dogs. In Lisa's private and rescue work she advises long-distance clients as well as carrying out face to face consultations, and both of these methods have proven highly successful. The Dog Helpline now brings this service directly to you, and it costs less than a home visit.
On this website you'll find information about how Lisa works and how you can book a consultation with her. You can find out why dogs do the things they do, read some testimonials, and download Lisa's free book, Adopting a Rescue Dog.The Gallery page shows photos of a few of the dogs that Lisa has worked with, along with an outline of each dog's issues.