Meet the pack
I own and have previously owned a number of different breeds of dogs! My current pack includes Zac – a ten and a half-year-old Rottweiler (my daddy!!), Abba – an eleven year-old German Shepherd, Buzz – a five-year-old Boxer, Amber my four year old Boxer, George – my eight -year-old Bull Mastiff and my youngest member Harry a year old Rottweiler. I have also owned four other Boxers who are no longer with us, Dylan and Jade and Meg and Zoe. Their pictures are still included here, and they are missed every day.
Growing up I was surrounded by many other breeds of dogs including Terriers, Working pointers, Springer spaniels and poodles.
Every dog is unique! I have a comprehensive knowledge and extensive experience with many breeds, and their characteristics! This is vital, in understanding how to manage and modify a dogs behaviour!
Whether you need help with your Collie, Golden Retriever, Staffordshire Bull Terrier or any other breed, I will work with you in the ENVIRONMENT where the problem exists. That may be at home, out on a walk, in your car etc. Being involved with your dog’s training can help you to rebuild a new and more fulfilling relationship with your dog!
I have worked with and still work with clients from all over the U.K including Buckinghamshire, Cambridgeshire, Derbyshire, Devon, Dorset, East Sussex, Essex, Gloucestershire, Hampshire, Kent, Lancashire, Leicestershire, Lincolnshire, Nottinghamshire, Somerset, Staffordshire, Yorkshire
Also I have had many clients from Scotland!
Resembling the Yorkshire Moors, Bradgate Park is located in the stunning Charnwood Forest, Leicestershire. The park lies between the villages of Cropston, woodhouse eves, Newtown Linford and Anstey. It covers 850 acres and is one of the oldest deer parks in the U.K. It is also a site of Special Scientific Interest, which has been designated under both biological and geological criteria.
Here, your dog will get plenty of socialisation and exposure to many distractions such as deer, other dogs, people, children and more.
This helps me and you, to train your dog during your Two Day Intensive Training Course It teaches him or her to ignore what is going on around them, and focus on the commands that you give. It allows you to build your confidence and teaches Your dog to gain respect for you and his surroundings, during our time with myself and the pack.
It really is a beautiful place to train. Visit Bradgate Park Website
At home, if your dog is with us for a Residential Stay, he or she will be treated like part of the family. I encourage you to bring his own bed, food and treats to make the transition a smooth one. Then he is integrated into my pack slowly, without putting too much stress on your dog until he becomes part of the pack.
If your dog comes to stay with us as part of the Residential Training Package, he or she will be treated like part of the family.