In line with current Defra advice for dog training "outside is best and safest" All Life Skills for Puppies and Dogs classes will continue to take place outdoors, in small groups at the agility centre.
From November 2021: winter puppy classes have moved to Sunday mornings at the agility field.
Puppy Socials Puppy Headstart - home visits Puppy Classes - Life Skills for Puppies - KC Good Citizen Dog Scheme; Puppy Foundation Awards Dog Training Classes - Life Skills for Dogs - KC Good Citizen Dog Scheme; Bronze, Silver and Gold Awards. Gold Plus; advanced and fun training Pre-Agility and Agility Rally, Treiball (Urban Herding), Barrel Racing.
One to one training - min. two hour sessions - in home One to one training - at the agility centre; 30 minute blocks Behavioural Sessions - home visits.
Regular Workshops and Seminars for Dog Trainers and Animal Trainers. Regular Workshops for Pet Owners.
Dogs, dogs and more dogs. Julie spent many years developing her training techniques and how best to teach them to owners. She has worked with and learned from the best:
Sheila Bailey (Derbyshire Canine Centre), John Rogerson, Dr. Anne MacBride, Dr Ian Dunbar, Nicole Wilde, Sarah Fisher, Annie Clayton KCAI, Pia Sivanni, Dee Ganley, Pam McKinnon, Deborah Gornall KCAI, Gwen Bailey, Barbara Sykes, John McNeal KCAI, Kim Hunt, Dr Joel Gavriele-Gold, and many more.
Academically Julie holds a University Diploma from Harper Adams University in Canine Training & Behaviour Management. A City & Guilds in teaching (PTTLLS). Instructing certificates cover both theory and practical from; Pet Dog Training Instructors - advanced level (PDTI - adv) and Academy of Dog Training and Behaviour (ADTB) Professional memberships include; PPDTI, and the Registration Council for Dog Training and Behaviour Practitioners (RCDTBP) formerly a board member.
Julie sometimes holds seminars and workshops for other trainers; sharing knowledge and providing better education for dog owners is a high priority. In private she works for a rescue; fostering, rehabilitating and re-homing dogs,very often taking dogs which are difficult to re-home, to live with her family. She has written a book about managing a Diabetic dog. Julie has owned and trained blind and deaf dogs. At home she currently lives with her husband and six dogs.
But enough about me and read about what I do and what my clients have to say!
" .....we found that Milo really started to improve when we found a different lady by chance just before Christmas. Since working with her, Milo now allows people into the home and can be left off-lead in and out of the house without fear of him launching at those who come too close.Her name is Julie Love and, should it be of use to you, her details are below."