Courses and Consultations.
Fees for telephone or email consultations are to be paid in advance.
You will be informed about terms and account details when you make an appointment.
Course fees are non-refundable, unless we receive a written notice of cancellation at least 14 days prior to the commencement of the course. If such notice is given, then the whole fee will be refunded (less 20% for administration costs).
If less than 14 days notice is given, no part of the fee will be refundable unless the participant can find someone we deem suitable to take his or her place. Should Good Dog Practice have to cancel a course for any reason, students will receive a full refund of the course fee.
Recommendations of Books, Scientific Studies and Internet Links.
Any recommendations made here, regarding books, links, articles or studies, are made in good faith. We have found the books recommended on this website to be interesting or useful. They support a respectful and non-violent way of living with dogs. Nonetheless, they may not reflect in every detail our opinions or experience.
Likewise, you will find links to other websites, aspects of which we have found interesting or useful. However, you access these sites at your own risk. We neither endorse them herewith, nor do we carry any responsibility for their content.
The articles on this website cover topics of general interest to dog owners and carers.
They reflect the experience and opinion of the respective authors. Good Dog Practice
endeavours to ensure that the information on this website is as accurate as possible,
but does not accept any liability for error or omission.
Not all information on this site may be pertinent to all your personal circumstances.
Challenges such as behavioural, training, psychological, nutritional, stress and other
issues, arise from circumstances specific to each dog and owner.
In these contexts, therefore, the articles and the information on this website are not intended to replace advice from, or work with, a qualified veterinary practitioner or behaviour counsellor. You should consult a professional before attempting any problem-solving or behaviour modification.
Dogs are the responsibility solely of their owners or carers. Good Dog Practice shall be neither liable nor responsible to any person or organisation with respect to loss, damage or injury arising from the information or the use of the information found here.
Users should independently verify the accuracy, currency, completeness
and relevance of the material on this site, or information contained in it if need be.
Univ. Prof. Rosee Riggs (B.A. Hons) and the Good Dog Practice team
can be contacted at the following address:
Auestraße 20, | 2640 Gloggnitz, Austria | Phone: 0043 680 11 69 363