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Are you feeling exhausted? Wondering what you've let yourself in for?! Lots of puppy owners feel like this but I can help you sort the wood out from the trees.

I will show you how to get the best out of your individual puppy how to train and how to overcome problems such as puppy biting, growling, toilet training, settling and other problems and how to avoid problems in the future.




Training for older puppies or dogs new to training. 

Learn how to tailor your training to your individual dog, what to start with and how to break dog training down into small, achievable steps whether you are working on lead pulling, recall, drop/retrieve, settle/stay or other goals or problems.



Help with problems like growling, barking, guarding, unwanted digging/chewing, separation anxiety.

I can also help you with preparing dogs for a new baby, preparing dogs for a new puppy/rescue dog and helping new rescue dogs settle in.



i don't always need to see you in person to give you help and advice and for some dogs it's more beneficial.

If you would like to book a Zoom, telephone call or typed chat (usually approx 45 minutes) to get some help with preparing for a new dog or puppy, preparing your dog for new baby/child, puppy problems, basic training, separation anxiety please get in touch.


(From £25)

if you are a Professional Dog Walker and would like help with problems on your group walks, assessing and matching new dogs, puppies and adolescent dogs, I can help via Zoom or by joining you on a walk.

I also have a number of pre-recorded webinars about body language, dog laws you need to know about, how dogs learn and puppy development and socialisation. 

Not sure what you need or can't find what you're looking for? Feel free to book a call or send me a message. 

If I'm not the right person to help I will refer you to another qualified and reputable trainer in your area.

Check out the Tips & Advice page for articles about common problems as well as resources for children including how understanding the language of dogs help prevent bites and nips.

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