Temperament Assessments

Temperament Assessments are a series of non invasive tests, coupled with observations by our experienced professionals.


They are helpful for understanding a dogs behaviour, explaining why your dog may have behaved the way they did, or choosing an adult or puppy and making sure the dog or puppies temperament is going to meet your needs.


Commonly we provide Temperaments Assessments to people or groups to:

  • *Determine if a puppy in a litter will be the right one for you.
  • *Assess the litter for breeders and help them understand where to place their puppies
  • *Rescue and Foster carers who need a formal temperament assessment on a dog they have or have rehomed.
  • *Government Departments who are selecting puppies or adults for their programs.
  • *Councils who may have a dog they need an independent temperament / risk assessment on to understand the dogs behaviour, perhaps in a dog bite / attack case.
  • *Individuals that may have a dog that has been involved in an incident where their dog may be in some council/legal trouble such as being Declared Dangerous, Menacing or seized.
  • *Dogs that have previously been Declared Dangerous or Menacing and you wish to appeal this declaration.
  • *Individuals or organisations that wish to use dogs as Therapy or Assistance Animals and would like a formal temperament report to use for insurance and or access permissions.
  • *Individuals that are worried about their dogs behaviour and would like a professional opinion. 

We have provided temperament assessments in hundreds of cases, given expert testimony and been able to provide liaison between parties when something has gone wrong.


Dog bites and attacks, council actions, legal cases and other aspects of dogs behaving in a manner that is legally concerning are all areas where experience often pays off.

We have a number of breeders that have us assess every litter and provide a report on each puppy for the new owners.


We help choose the right dog and puppies for working and sport homes.


A Zoom (Virtual meeting) may be a very worthwhile first step to discuss your situation.


Councils are often keen to work with us to help dog owners work towards having a dog that is safe in the community.

Reach out if you would like our help 02 45 789789 or


K9 Pro Head Quarters, Londonderry NSW 2753

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