Tess worked with dogs in rescue environments and veterinary clinics before earning her Certificate in Training & Counseling through the Academy for Dog Trainers, where she graduated with honours. She enjoys helping dogs with reactivity, fear and aggression and became particularly interested in separation anxiety after adopting a dog named Alvin with this very challenge. She owns Treat Yourself Dog Training in London, Ontario and looks forward to supporting families through the challenges and successes that come with having a dog with separation anxiety.
Tanzi is the founder of Dog Crazy Lady and is a professional dog trainer with multiple certifications. Due to providing great results and friendly service, 28 Baltimore metro area veterinary clinics and 2 veterinary behaviour clinics are comfortable referring their clients to her. She is committed to using effective, humane training techniques and will help your dog make step-by-step progress. Because she is married with 2 teens, she can help figure out how to add training plans to a hectic schedule, too. CPDT-KA, PMCT SA Pro Certified Dog Trainer & Behavior Consultant Fear-Free Certified Professional
Sylvia’s credentials include a Bachelor of Education and an Applied Sciences Master’s degree, both perfectly suited to implementing evidence-based behaviour change and training programs for humans and their dogs. In addition to SA Pro Trainer, she is an accredited dog trainer through Kay Laurence’s 3-year TAKL program, a certified behaviour adjustment training instructor (CBATI), a TTouch practitioner, and an associate certified member of the International Association of Animal Behaviour Consultants. Private consultations are offered in the Thompson Nicola region of British Columbia, and online across Canada.
Stoked Dogs is run by Lynn Gagnon CPDT-KA, SAPT, and is a BC SPCA Animal Kind accredited organization. Stoked Dogs is located in beautiful Revelstoke British Columbia but offers separation anxiety training worldwide. Stoked Dogs believes in science-based training that prioritizes your dog’s welfare and helps you develop the skills necessary to achieve all of your training and behavioural goals with your dog. If you’re looking for effective, supportive, and science-based training, Stoked Dogs is for you.
Shelly is the owner and trainer/behaviourist at Pooch Partners®, a business started a decade ago in beautiful Vernon, British Columbia, Canada. She offers numerous services for private or small group sessions, both in-person, virtually and self-study, using positive concept games-based training to inspire and empower her clients to transform any dog struggle into a success. As a lifetime learner, the SA Pro Trainer certificate is a welcomed addition to her multiple credentials, and she looks forward to continuing to help dog owners live their dreams with their dogs, rather than limit them.
Hi there! I had a dog with separation anxiety myself and know how hard it can be. Because of her, I wanted to know more about this so I could help other people to help their dog overcome their separation anxiety. It’s important to me that you feel safe with me to share all your doubts and questions. I want you to understand what’s going on so you can help your dog the best way and be on the same team. Aside from SA cases, I help all kinds of people, dogs and cats with a wide variety of struggles. I work a lot with dogs that were adopted from abroad and expecting families. Working force-free and fear-free training is a no-brainer for me. I want you and your pet to understand each other and have the happiest life together. Tackling separation anxiety can be overwhelming and you have to do it yourself, but with me by your side, you don’t have to do it alone. Feel free to contact me for a non-binding introductory meeting.
Dog aggression and behavior specialist, Sara Scott has been training dogs professionally in the San Francisco Bay Area and worldwide since 2000 and comes with a wealth of knowledge and experience that can only be gained through time and dedication to the art and science of dog behavior and training. She is deeply educated in the dog training and behaviour field and brings her knowledge to application with great insight, grace and compassion for both species, human and dog. Sara had been seeing and treating separation anxiety cases for 20 years, way back when and before we even had access to modern technology such as webcams. Her robust history of treating and resolving separation anxiety cases means you’ll get the results you’re after with minimal headache for both you and your dog. As an advocate for humane dog training techniques, Sara strives to help educate her clients and the greater community on evidence-based dog training practices and has published her writings in both Bay Woof and APDT’s Chronicle of the Dog. “Reach out – I’d love to help you reach your training goals! 🐶”
My journey as a dog trainer & canine behaviourist started in 2005 with starting my own dog walking, pet, and horse care company, ‘Pawlig’s Pet Care’. Over the past 7 years, I have seen so many dogs struggle in day-to-day life with behavioural issues such as reactivity, fear, and anxiety. It really inspired me to help them and their pet parents using kind, positive, and effective training methods and I now specialise in offering 121 bespoke training programmes for puppies and dogs. We have two dogs, three cats, and a horse. One of our own dogs suffers from separation anxiety, so I can relate to the emotional drain and restrictions this means for dog and pet parents alike. As an SA Pro Trainer, I am now able to help more dogs who struggle to cope when left alone and pet parents to get their lives and freedom back. Although I am based in the UK, I am a native German. I offer consultations in English and German and am able to work with clients anywhere in the world as all our sessions take place via video link in the comfort of your own home.
Rosee is the founder and director of Good Dog Practice and Separation Anxiety Dog Training. She has multiple qualifications in canine behaviour. Her holistic approach to behaviour consultation has helped rehabilitate many deprived and traumatised dogs, including solving fear issues. While she loves all breeds, she is a particular advocate for sighthounds and ex-racing greyhounds transitioning to life in a home. Her greyhound, Stevie, suffered from extreme separation anxiety and taught her a lot about what it takes to help dogs work through these specific challenges. Based in Austria, Rosee offers consultations in both English and German and helps people internationally with their dogs suffering from separation anxiety.