Heather came to us to help teach us how to train our puppy Jack. As soon as Heather came into our home Jack was at ease around her. Using the methods Heather taught us Jack now understands ‘sit’ ‘go and lie down’ and can walk confidently in safe areas off the lead as he responds instantly to us calling his name. Heather also provided us with extra information and support on how to have a toddler around a puppy. Thank you!
Hannah & Matt
Heather came highly recommended to me via friends with some naughty pups. We have 3 naughty “Doberladies” & they were in some definite need of training.
Already from session 1 Heather managed to produce positive results & we will keep on inviting her for more training. All her subsequent visits always showed improvements – without fail. And since then that’s exactly how we train the dogs; we set them up for success, not failure. This positive method does wonders.
We have also had some fun sessions involving the kids too & my son absolutely loved it. Besides being a very understanding and involved trainer, Heather is always on time, listens to the owners (and dogs) needs and made sure that we were satisfied with every goal we aspired to achieve. Highly recommended!!
Eli & Val and the doberwoman triplets
I really like Heathers method of training with both myself & my dog. She realises that each family/dog partnership is different & personally tailors her teaching around you as a family & tackles all (Us & dog) of our personal issues & needs. Thanks to Heather we are enjoying a well mannered happy puppy.
Kaiser & Jones family, Santa Ponsa,Mallorca Xx
Miró, our jack russell mix, had been the baby of the family for the past 5 years, until our son was born. Everything was peaches and cream until one day, 10 months later, our dog suddenly bit our son, seemingly out of the blue for us, which is why we called upon Heather for help. She taught us something we had never thought about before and for which we will be forever thankful to her: you don’t only have to protect the baby from the dog, but the dog from the baby aswell. We learned how to respect Miró’s space, his “place” in the family and also how to interpret the signs he shows to make himself understood (no matter how “small” those signs of “hey I have had enought” are). Ever since, the situation has not repeated and our son and dog live happily together again.
Rebecca, Nico, Jonah and Miró 🙂