I am the owner of VIP Dog Training and I absolutely love what I do. I am passionate about being able to support people and their pups overcome separation anxiety. I have experienced it first hand and know how debilitating it can be. Hopefully with my advice, support and empathetic training we can work together to achieve contented separation.
Kerry is based in the Scottish Borders and is proud to be one of only a handful of Cert. SAPTs in Scotland. Kerry came into the dog training world from an academic background. She graduated with an MA in Psychology in 2017, before completing her MSc in Animal Behaviour and Welfare in 2019. Before starting her own business, Kerry spent 3 years working as a Dog Training Instructor for Hearing Dogs for Deaf People. During this time, she had the pleasure of training over 30 Assistance Dogs and found her passion for coaching. Kerry’s time at Hearing Dogs makes her particularly experienced with Cockapoos, Spaniels, Poodles and Labradors, but is ready and able to help you no matter your dog’s breed. Kerry solely accepts Separation Anxiety cases. Her training packages are entirely remote, meaning she is ready to help you regain your freedom no matter where you are.
Sarah is the owner and founder of My Complex Canine. With a BSc (Hons) in Psychology she started her working life in various educational and professional organisations helping humans to learn a variety of skills via both in-person and online education. After volunteering & working in well-known UK assistance dog organisations, rescue & rehoming centres and completing a level 5 diploma in dog behaviour, Sarah started My Complex Canine to help humans to understanding their relationship with their canine friends! As a certified Puppy School Tutor Sarah specialised in puppies and adolescence dogs, she is a registered Animal Training Instructor(ATI) with the ABTC and a provisional member (CAB) with the ABPC. Sarah is delighted to be a certified SA Pro providing preventative support for puppy parents and specialised online support for owners with dogs with separation anxiety. Currently taking a short break to have a human baby! Sarah will be back working with clients on a 1:1 basis, online and in-person in 2023.
Jenny is a force and fear free trainer based in Dronfield, Derbyshire and surrounding areas. Coached and mentored for 4 years by Victoria Cooper, Behaviourist, Mentor and Coach, she now works full time for People and Dogs in Sheffield Jenny is passionate about helping dogs and owners live happily together using only positive, reward based methods. Jenny is a member of the Pet Professional Guild, International Companion Animal Network, UK Dog Behaviour and Training Charter, Pet Industry Advocacy International and holds a current canine first aid certificate.
Hi, I’m Louise – the founder of Canine Friends. A little about me and my experience in dealing with separation anxiety. I have been a dog trainer for many years now and I found it incredibly hard when I realised my own puppy was struggling despite doing everything right and what I’d been told to do simply wasn’t working. So I went on a journey to learn more about it and how best to help her in the most ethical way possible, as there’s very few quality and researched methods out there. I then came across Julie Naismith and the SA Pro method. Having had great success with my own dog, I decided to study to become an SA Pro. Since then, it’s been a passion of mine in helping other owners find that freedom from the SA prison that it can feel like and I’d love to work with you to help you achieve some freedom!
Denise heads up Red Dog Training in Hertfordshire and holds an MSc in Clinical Animal Behaviour, is a graduate of The Academy for Dog Trainers and a member of the APDT (UK) MAPDT 01215. Her team provides in person classes from puppies, teens and agility with Denise now specialising in Behavioural support (remote and in person) for Separation or Upset dog issues.
Lauren runs Winnie’s World: a canine behaviour and training service that aims to help empower people and their dogs. After spending her early career as a journalist and experiencing a number of behavioural issues with her own canine companion, Lauren retrained in canine behaviour. She has Level 5 qualifications with Compass and the ISCP and is on the way to gaining a degree-level qualification with the overall aim of becoming a Clinical Animal Behaviourist (CAB). She is committed to only using ethical, science-based methods and knows first-hand the ups and downs that come with living with a dog who struggles emotionally. While she is completing her studies, she is not taking on behavioural cases. But watch this space come the latter half of 2022.