Sue has been training dogs for over 12 years, and runs her own dog training business, she specialises in Obedience Training, Behaviour Reformation, Agility, Gundog training & Doggy Day Care.
Sue’s purpose built seven-acre training facility is based at her home, and this totally secure training area enables all dogs to enjoy the freedom of outdoor training, whilst allowing their owners to work with their dogs without the stress of unforeseen or fearful encounters or the worry of an escaping dog. Sue trains and in group sessions, home visits and One to One, which are tailored to the needs and behavioural issues of the individual. Sue’s friendly, approachable and patient manor puts even the most nervous dog and owner at their ease and in a good learning frame of mind.
Sue believes training a dog is a lifelong pursuit, bringing many rewards and boundless enjoyment to both owner and their dog. Without training, a dog’s full potential to enjoy life is rarely fulfilled.
Sue holds the National Dog Training Instructor Certificate, which includes Understanding dog aggression, Professional instructor skills and management, and Dog handling and training skills. Sue also holds a Dog First Aid Certificate.
The agility training is held in a 50 by 30 metre all weather floodlit arena, using ‘Adams’ competition equipment. Classes range from pre-agility, which establishes a good foundation in relationship building, control, physical ability and mental awareness for both handlers and dogs. Up to competition level if the owners wish to compete.
Sue’s Doggy Day Care is like an adventure play school for dogs. They spend all day running around four acres, enjoying the company of other doggy friends. Sue’s owners are amazed how relaxed and tired their dogs are at the end of the day, and how excited they are when they return in the morning.