Other feedback

Sam Vipwm Myers reviewed Dogs Little Helper – 5 star 5 July 2017 – I cant thank Jayne enough for the help she has given me. I’ve just started with my training but I’m sure everything is going to work fab. Thank u again Jayne ur a star. xxx – Emma Parker reviewed Dogs Little Helper – 5 star 17 February 2016 –  Jayne has provided invaluable help and support… Read more →

Other Educational Activities

Above is a selection of the educational activities I have participated in and this education is ongoing not least attending seminars and workshops from some of the best including -Patricia McConnell -Denise Fenzi -PDSA Animal First Aid -Ian Dunbar -Victoria Stilwell -Robert Alleyne


Allan & Adorable Abbey hard puppy biting

Allan contacted me via Robson & Prescott vet referral. He and Rebecca were uncomfortable about Abbey’s hard biting as a pup and so I offered them a few strategies to help with Abbey’s teething and learn soft mouth skills. Thought we’d give you a quick update on Abbey’s progress.  She’s been doing very well since you saw her and seems to… Read more →

IABTC Pet Dog Training Instructor Level 2

IABTC Pet Dog Training Instructor Level 2

Trained with and certified by Angela White at the International Animal Behaviour Training College and gained certification on both practical and theoretical competence. The assessment is to satisfy the assessor that you have the ability to run and teach classes without the support of other instructors, deal with minor behaviour problems but understand your limitations and know when to refer to… Read more →

Ian Dunbar -  Dog Aggression: Fighting & Biting

Ian Dunbar – Dog Aggression: Fighting & Biting

This two day seminar with the world renowned father of positive reinforcement training, Ian Dunbar (Director of the Center for Applied Animal Behavior in Berkeley, California),  covered the topic of how and why dogs become aggressive to one another and what we can do as pet owners to help with their issues. Areas covered: Sexual differentiation of social development &… Read more →

The Kennel Club Good Citizen Dog Scheme Gold Award

The Kennel Club Good Citizen Dog Scheme Gold Award

The Kennel Club Good Citizen Dog Scheme Gold Award is the highest level of achievement of the Scheme. It builds upon the skills learnt in the Silver Award and develops more advance training skills of the dog and handler. The Gold Award is a natural progression of practical dog training skills and introduces new concepts such as relaxed isolation, stop… Read more →

Jasper loses his best friend

Jasper loses his best friend

Jasper & Tia were inseparable. Two Blenheim Cavalier King Charles spaniels, who were the perfect partners-in-crime, made my walks both fun and frustrating. On walks, I had no coupler to help me unravel their leads as they twisted and turned, snuffling everything in their path. Fun loving, cheeky and demanding – they were a comical pair to watch. Both dogs would, however, go… Read more →

Angela & Flash jumping up on people and furniture

Flash is a dreamboat greyhound who came from our kennels at RSPCA North Northumberland. Unfortunately at his new home he was becoming very “jumpy and mouthy”. Here’s a note from Angela regarding his progress to date after a single session and some training notes… Flash is doing great – Derek and I had 3 weeks in Australia during March and we couldn’t believe he was… Read more →


Michelle & Harley pulling on a walk

I just spent a great day listening to and learning from the inimitable Barbara Sykes and in the breaks I got chatting to a lovely lady called Michelle. We spent all lunchtime talking about her dog Harley, and how we might work on his lead pulling. He is a rather gorgeous chocolate Lab and a very strong puller. Barbara showed us a… Read more →