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July 18, 2019

Hello, it has been a long while since my last Blog. Life gets like that Hey?

Lots of changes over the last few years, lots of travel, lots of teaching.

The advantages to this is I have met a lot of wonderful Dog Folk and made some new friends along the way. I feel a lot...

July 18, 2019

The ramblings of the 3am mind.

First off I apologise for the lack of posts, my life took a bit of a left hand turn back in October and has been a little consumed by new responsibilities. Funny how life does that, just when you think you have a focused track you loop bac...

March 13, 2018

Today I got a message through from a client who has been incredibly pro active in training her new pound dog Murphy. The Murph had a few typical rescue type issues such as pulling on the lead, jumping up and was a little reactive in low light situations. Just a bit you...

June 10, 2016

There are so many ways that we can engage with our dog when we are training, what we use as a training aid is dependant on your dogs preference.

Some LOVE their food to the point that they will almost turn themselves inside out to gain what you have in your hand. Then t...

March 3, 2016

 Miss Nellie came to us from a local Dorper Breeder at about 4 weeks of age.


Straight off the paddock and into a dog crate to bring home. 


A script had come in that required a sheep, she did not have to do much but needed to be social, safe and able to be picked up an...