Dogs! They have been in my life for as long as I can remember. I can’t imagine life without them. Maybe this is instinctive as our species have evolved together for over 30,000 years.
Or maybe it’s because each and every one of them brings something extra to our lives. Living together can come with challenges too as we strive to incorporate them into our home and often busy schedule.
It’s no fun having a dog that pulls or lunges on the lead, or who doesn’t come back when you call. Over-excitement and jumping-up can be not just irritating but dangerous too. It can be stressful if your dog barks excessively, chews or causes damage to your home. If your dog is nervous, certain situations can be challenging – this is no fun for either of you and some training will really work wonders. Rather than letting these, or any other training issues continue, why not contact me to see how I can help?
As a qualified dog trainer and member of the IMDT I have undergone a rigorous training and assessment process. I continue to expand my knowledge and adhere to a strict code of ethics, meaning that I provide the very best service for you and your dog. Using my science, training and animal skills, I constantly endeavour to use up-to-date knowledge combined with reward-based training methods to improve the lives and relationships that people have with their dogs.
Dogs want nothing more than to fit in and please us but sometimes they need a little extra help understanding what we expect of them, and sometimes we need a little extra help knowing how to show them what we want.
After all, dogs are mans best friend and we spend many years together, so why not make the most of these years?
Enabling you to relax and have fun with your dog is my goal.
I can show you how to make some small changes that will make a big difference to your life together. A little bit of training can go a very long way, your dog will enjoy it and you never know, you might too!