About Me
Altogether, I have been working with dogs for well over 25 years in various capacities, mainly as a behaviourist and a trainer, but I have also helped-out at rescue and rehoming centres too. I work alongside several major rescues in Sussex, Surrey and Hampshire as well as globally, giving advice and receiving referrals. In the past, I have also worked for West Sussex County Council, running puppy and socialisation classes - teaching a range of ages. 
My aim is to help people on a one-to-one basis, using a professional and safe approach, with kind, fair and effective methods of behavioural modification.

I will usually start your sessions in your own home where dogs will often show their more natural uninhibited behaviours, amongst their 'normal' household dynamics.
I deal with a number of differing problems, including: separation, anxiety, aggression, recall problems, loose lead walking, socialisation, jumping-up, house-training, hunting and chasing, fear and nervousness, mouthing/nipping, stealing and guarding, whilst maintaining your dog’s natural instincts, making a happy dog and a happy you…
Throughout my 'canine career', I have successfully obtained a number of qualifications, including: a PTTLS qualification (preparing to teach in the life-long learning sector), a certificate in Canine psychology, a level 3 and a level 4 Accredited Canine Behaviour Diploma; I am proud to say that I passed the level four with distinction.