About Jayne

photo of Jayne LockeyMy love of animals comes from a very early memory of a kitten in a box sitting in our living room and my heart exploding with joy on seeing her. Since that day many animals have passed through our home.

For years I thought of myself as an  ethical vegetarian before  “ethical vegan” was deemed a philosophical belief!

Continuing my education about animals and for animals was simply second nature. I have been very privileged to train first-hand with some of the world’s leading dog behaviourists. Attending many lectures, seminars and webinars by the very best in the business is not only enjoyable but essential so that I can pass on knowledge gained to others.

I began volunteering with animals initially to get hands on experience with cats and dogs but soon realised the immense benefits of charitable work.  The Cinnamon Trust is a charity close to my heart that supports the elderly in the day to day care of their animals. I would encourage anyone with a few spare minutes each week that perhaps want to be more involved with animals but may not have the time or resources to be a full-time pet owner themselves to apply and help their local community.  Similarly I volunteered at my local RSPCA branch and was a trustee for 5 years. I still provide behavioural support for new adopters and members of the public who call in for help.

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I am a registered signatory to the CAWC Code of Practice, fully insured and CRB checked.

My practice supports the APBC as a provisional member and I am a full member of the APDT.  I am also working towards accreditation of the Kennel Club Accredited Instructor scheme.

Below is an homage to one of my wonderful foster dogs, Ralphy. Hope you enjoy the video.