What can we offer you?

One to one / home visits:

These are really useful for the dog and owner who finds the class environment too stressful, and because the days and times can be tailored to suit you, it is ideal for those of you who work long or unconventional hours. These sessions can be based in your own home.


Behaviour consultations:

Some dogs exhibit early warning signs of potential problems which I can help you with. Examples of such challenges might be:


Excessive guarding behaviour

Attention seeking

Separation anxiety

Toilet training

Fears and phobias



Jumpin up


This will involve a 1-2-hour consultancy period and full written assessment report of the relationship between you and your dog. The written report will suggest a remedial programme and I can provide on-going support via telephone and e-mail. Consultations will take place in the dog’s home environment initially and fees will be quoted depending upon location, travel time and support required.


Help to choose the right puppy/breed for you:

Finding a new puppy is always an exciting time but can also be confusing and bewildering. I can provide you with advice to choose the right breed for you, and support with the initial days with your new pup. Remember that the decision you make now will be one which will affect your life for the next ten to fifteen years!


Help to choose a rescue dog:

If you have decided to have a rescue dog I can offer advice about choosing a suitable breed and type and of the questions to ask the rescue home before making that all important, lifetime decision. Remember that what ever dog you chose this decision is going to change your life for ever.


Responsible Dog Ownership Scheme:

All dogs who receive six 1-1 sessions will receive an attendance certificate and rosette. There are then opportunities to engage in more advanced training with rosettes and awards for achieving differing levels of achievement:




and Platinum

Training walks:

Throughout the year training walks are organised with the trainer enabling  training to take place in the ‘real world’ but also a chance to chat and enjoy a social walk with other dogs and in new areas.



A good speaker can inspire an audience and can contribute to your own fundraising efforts, if you need a speaker for your group, club or society book Carol. She is an experienced teacher and speaker and is willing to do talks for your organisation on dog behaviour, living with a ‘wolf in your home’ and of the genius of dogs. The interactive talks will relate to the scientific literature on canine psychology and how our knowledge of how dogs learn can also broaden how we think about human intelligence.

Combined with your own observations of dogs of all breeds, the talks will stimulate interesting discussions and debate with your fellow dog lovers, but will interest even those who currently have no interest in dogs and their lives. Each talk can be tailor made to the needs of your organisation and the potential audience. Talks last for up to one hour with the opportunity to ask questions at the end, all you need is a venue and a screen or light coloured wall to project on to.

With all her years of experience in schools and education Carol is ideal for talks to school children and if we are to inform the next generation  of their obligation to their pets we need to be encouraging the youngest children to understand how dogs can be a positive part of their lives.

If you are interested in having an entertaining and enthusiastic speaker for your event, please do get in touch.


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