Key to my work with clients is enhancing the quality of life for dogs and their owners.
My aim is to help those who need a confidence boost when it comes to competing, who struggle with certain manoeuvres, or who want to face and overcome performance anxiety to enhance the performance of you and your dog.
I am not in the business of promoting any one method of training to the exclusion of all else (so long as it is in accordance with positive, kind methods)
or leading clients to believe their dog training skills are better than they are. If necessary, clients may potentially need to undertake further tuition with a professional dog training instructor for technical advice in their chosen dog sport.
It always remains responsibility of clients to ensure the welfare of their dog is paramount.
Who I work with
I reserve the right to refuse to work with anyone who I feel uses force, domination, shouting, equipment involving force, fear or coercion or any other form of cruelty or disrespect for their dog.
If I can help you with any of the dog related performance issues below please feel free to get in touch.
- Palpitations and butterflies
- Tension in the head, neck, face and shoulders
- Feeling embarrassed, intimidated, out of control
- Lack of confidence
- Loss of concentration
- Shaky legs and arms