Contact Chris Rose
1000 characters left

Sharon - Northampton

Hi Chris
Thought I’d update you on Mollys progress since you visited a couple of weeks ago.. we are making some real progress minimal barking in house and garden and she is settling in her bed and having some good down time.. a lot calmer and settled than before and we are now walking on her collar with no harness and fingers crossed so far so good.. still a bit of a way to go but we are in a really good place so far and we still have some cuddles so I am a happy bunny too

Wednesday, 06 June 2018 14:28
Angela Casey - Northampton

Thought I'd give an update on how loona is progressing!! ? super pleased!! She is doing great. She doesn't jump on the sofa anymore or at anyone else (apart from the rate occasion when she wants to be next to our son on the sofa but only twice), mouthing has reduced an Incredible amount and no more blood shed ? our son and loona get on like a house on fire and it's so lovely to be able to watch them sit together and enjoy eachothers company! ? still some accidents but we're almost down to a T with it now, silence seems to do just as well as a telling off and she understands now (puppy dog face, head down and slowly creeps to say sorry) so no telling off needed lol. of which the book I got has helped me understand her body language so much more! she doesn't yank on the lead and walks along side us now and she comes off too now which is a huge step! (still in progress with that). visitors outside are a doddle now but inside has gotten so much better too ? she loves training time as do I! And fusses are a pleasure for all of us now without the crazy loona coming out ? I do still love watching her go insane when she feels the grass on her paws (off lead when she has been good of course) but she knows to comes back and as soon as the lead is on she is a pleasure to walk beside ? I'm so glad you helped because she has changed alot, and we feel really hopeful and excited for the rest to come!! Needless to say she will most definitely not be going anywhere and is a very much loved member of our family x highly recommended ?

Tuesday, 26 July 2016 22:36
Chris Clarke - Northampton

Hi Chris,
Sorry not to have contacted you before but you know how it is sometimes. Just to let you know we're getting on very well with Stan. We followed your advice on the separation training and after our holiday we continued. (He was fine at the kennels by the way. No bad effects and in fact was very happy to play with the owner and not desperate to get away at all! ) We gradually built up out time away from him then started leaving the house for a while and can now leave him for 2-3hrs with no bad effect. I think he barks now and then but no damage so ........RESULT! Thank you!
A grateful Chris and Martin Clarke.

Tuesday, 26 July 2016 22:34
Alison Martin Hope - Northamptonshire

It hasn't even been 48 hours since Chris came by for a one to one to help with our two cocker spaniels and we are already seeing amazing results! Thanks Chris, looking forward to working with you more in the future.

Wednesday, 22 June 2016 19:55
Sharon Tanswell - Northamptonshirre

Chris worked with our Pomeranian who had become so snappy she had to be shut away with visitors. To make matters worse we were trying to introduce a new puppy. It was a slow process, but it worked! Mia is now able to be around visitors and her and the puppy are now able to be together. it's a happier household and Mia is more relaxed than she has ever been. Definitely recommend Chris's techniques and that you persevere with his programme.

Wednesday, 22 June 2016 19:49
Becky Robinson - Northamptonshire

Had an amazing day with Chris Rose yesterday. I can now read my dogs body language, and teach them to be good beagles! He taught us so much, just following his training for a day has changed our dogs behaviour. I'm really excited to get started! Highly recommended.

Wednesday, 22 June 2016 19:47
Chris Searle - Northamptonshire

Can't praise you highly enough Chris. One week and a huge difference in doggie behaviour. Anybody not sure about using this trainer should go for it. X

Wednesday, 22 June 2016 19:45
lauraine Chapman - Northamptonshire

Hi. I just wanted to share a proud moment today. I have a young Tibetan mastiff who through a set of unfortunate circumstances developed nervous aggression and dominance. The result was 4 hrs in A&E with a friend he bit and a few weeks later a lesser bite to me. I so nearly gave up on him but three months later and with help and support from Chris he is a different dog.
The vets had become a traumatic experience for us both, even muzzled he would growl and bark and even snap the vet.
Today we went for a check up and he didn't make a sound, allowed the vet to check his ears, his and also his feet and even stick a needle in his neck. There have been lots of milestones reached in the last three months but this has to be the best so far! We still have a long way to go but I am so much more positive about our future and the bond and trust between him and me is so much stronger.
I wanted to share this for anyone with a dog with similar issues to show that with hard work, patience and trust even what you thought was hopeless can be turned around :)

Wednesday, 22 June 2016 19:42
Jackie - Warwickshire

We first met you four years ago when we attended your puppy class with our first two dogs. We then added two dogs to our pack and attended your puppy classes again. We then added two more and attended your puppy classes again.

With a pack of six dogs - four of which are giant breed - Leonbergers - and two Labs - we had various problems within the pack and had you came to our home for numerous one to one sessions - you gave your time, knowledge and tools to enable us to understand the pack and how each very different character needed to fit into the pack.

Last week I had the pack here in the kitchen with visitors - the pack were very calm and settled sleeping in their spots. One of the visitors commented that they could not believe there were six dogs in the kitchen and how well behaved they were. My heart nearly burst with pride

All this is thanks to you sharing your knowledge and helping the humans (us!) to behave as pack leaders should - in turn helping the pack!


Wednesday, 17 June 2015 20:50
Esther - Northamptonshire

Hi Chris,

I just wanted to let you know how Storm is getting on!
He is a different dog - in fact to the point where stuart is feeling sorry for him because he is so placid!
He barely jumps up at all now and has probably barked less than 10 times since you left - really cannot believe it!  He is very responsive to ‘no’ and is definitely much better at coming to call now that we are giving him a treat whilst repeating the command.  When walking on a short lead he will only occasionally try and stop to sniff and will stop as soon as you say ‘no’.  The next step is to try this on a longer lead as he still does it when muzzled.
He will now leap into the car for his food and will jump in and out if I have it in my hand using the command ‘over’.  He is not so keen on jumping in when its walk time however.  I tried using his bowl and a few treats but he soon got wise to that!  I am however not shutting the door when he is in the car having his food and I then sit in the back and play with him increasingly after he has eaten to try and help him feel that the car is a less threatening place.  He does seem to be responding to this in that he will wag his tail and will not seem so eager to leap out the minute he has finished eating.  We have noticed too that he seems to pant less when travelling so seems less anxious which is fantastic.
The children have been amazing.  Other than a few reminders they have really taken on board what you said and still give him cuddles but on their terms.
I have noticed that Storm is now not asking to go out in the garden all the time and interestingly, several of his toys are remaining inside!
He has not woken us up at all in the morning since you left.  Unfortunately the children did come down early at the weekend so it perhaps wasn’t the best test but he did last until 7am which was way better than ever before!
I have started him on the probiotics.  He had a new bag of food and the recipe seems to have changed - probably even less good quality nutrients as it has changed his poo to something much paler and softer.  I however then started the probiotics you recommended and today things seem to be improving as its much firmer.  We have bought a small bag of the symply food you recommended but after having a conversation with the vets, they said I should speak to the specialist at Northampton.  I have emailed him but heard nothing.  We think we will therefore get him properly up to the full dose of probiotics over the next few weeks then start adding the new food a little at a time and see how he goes.
Thank you so much for your help - Storm seems happy and the stress levels at home have definitely lessened!
Best wishes,
Wednesday, 03 June 2015 13:14
Helen long - Northampton

Hi Chris

Well it's been one week since you visited us and evaluated the issues we had with our dogs - Arnie 7.5yr old Weimaraner, Archie 3yr old springer and Fern 2.5yr old Weimaraner.

Firstly I must thank you so much for spending so much time with us, we all found your visit extremely valuable. I must admit after you had gone I captured the notes I took and the advice you gave us and sent them to all members of my family to re-read and absorb.

Well here is our update one week later:-
Lounge issue - 1st night took 20mins for all dogs to settle and Arnie really put Jacob to the test but he maintained everything you taught us and settled down eventually. After then we haven't really looked back as now all dogs come into the lounge and settle down almost instantly. We still have some issues at the end of the night when we get up to go to bed and the dogs leap up as they thing they are going outside but we are now varying the time and also not letting them rule us and barge through doors before us. Arnie has also stopped licking his feet as each time he started to do it we have tapped him to stop and told him no. (Hardest thing here is not fussing, talking or looking at them as you said). We've not even called them over yet for fuss but thinking we will try it one at a time this weekend.

Garden - we have restricted the dogs so they can't blast up the garden any more which has helped enormously and we are not letting them outside when they want to go out but varying the time again. They don't barge past us through the doors either and only going past us when we say so. Fern is still looking for things to chase but when there is an issue we bring them in or shut them in the garage until they calm down. I've also worked from home two days this week which has helped enormously with maintaining their body rhythm times. I just need to train the dogs in the garden more.

Walking - I have walked everywhere in Hellidon this week both morning and at night individually and together in different directions and stop and starting, etc. I've trained Fern each day and she seems to be getting much better. The other two weren't so bad but I've spent time training them too nevertheless. The Gencon head collars for the weimys and all-in-one for the springer came yesterday. I ordered the head collars for the weimys as I prefer to use leather leads. They were amazing on a walk this morning, no pulling at all from the springer and weimys even got the hang of the head collars as they were already used to halti's. I'm praising them with treats as and when they heel well, turn with me and sit when told to. I've also practised the recall out in the fields with Fern and Archie. This is very much work in progress but the treats are helping.

I've also avoided getting too close to any other dogs apart from the ones Fern is friendly with. Incidentally when I walk and train her at night in the dark she is a different dog again. She seems to rely on me for confidence and despite being nervous she sticks to me like glue, expect it's because a all the birds are in bed!

 I think on the whole the dogs are much more well behaved and we are happy with their progress however we still have such a long way to go. cant wait for the follow up

 Helen Long

Sunday, 22 March 2015 16:01
Bob Pettiitt - Northampton

Very enjoyable and well run puppy course, thoroughly recommend

Sunday, 22 March 2015 15:54
Barbra - Milton Keynes
Hi Chris, left it 6 days before reporting as home has been a bit disruptive with so many coming and goings however -
reactive barking has improved a lot, now calm down quickly when told
no barking at food time
morning meet and greet no barking
Maya has pretty much given up asking to sit on me
reaction to visitors more controllable and settle quickly
much more relaxed generally (Dino leg shaking only occasional now)
reaction to outside noises, stop barking quickly when told
Agility training Maya more focussed
I have removed all toys, only get them at training or for short play outside (house is much calmer now!) and I have not yet taken Maya out for a walk, try to get the focus and barking sorted at home first before your visit. I am keeping a diary so you can see progress in more detail when you come.
Monday, 02 February 2015 11:50
Abigail Grantham - Northampton

Sorry we never came back to you we just wanted to say a huge thank you all dogs are getting on well like a family now Winston is much better with other dogs whilst out we really appreciated your help everything you said has worked so well

Thursday, 22 January 2015 23:06
Sharon Tanswell - Northampton
Hi just wanted to give you an update. You came to see us a while back with the crazy pomeranian. It's been a slow process but things are much improved. Mia is now able to be around visitors and the puppy and her are together - with just the occasional issue, which we are quickly able to sort. Really didn't think we would get there, but it's lovely for Mia to not have to be shut away. It seems when both dogs are together she is more relaxed too with much less barking at the door etc. thank you for your help and advise. Sharon
Thursday, 22 January 2015 17:57
Heather Goram

Thanks for today Chris. So much learnt about Mabel's behaviour and stuff I didn't even realise we were doing that was causing issues for her. I'm shattered....and Mabel has pretty much slept since you left....she is even in her bed in the lounge sound asleep.


Thursday, 22 January 2015 17:55
Hollie Mathews

Fantastic. I have learned a few things that would be handy for my dog. my dog enjoyed the agility and was a great way to finish the session. Will be looking out for the next event. Would advise anyone to take their dogs.

Thursday, 22 January 2015 17:52
Duncan Harrison

We had a one to one session with chris rose took on his advice and there has been a big improvement with walking both our dogs. We attended the event this saturday and were really surprised at how our dogs began to interact with other dogs. Thanks chris will be there next saturday. Laura and Duncan

Thursday, 22 January 2015 17:51
Lea Bairns

Chris worked his magic on my lovely lurcher. It took a long time but was so worth it! Today we had a lovely walk. Thank you

Thursday, 22 January 2015 17:50

Both you and Catherine have given me lots of tips to help me with Millie, including walking her without her halti... I've been working with her everyday so far and Sunday it took us over 40 minutes to get three houses down in my street walking to heel my neighbours must think I'm mad but I don't care, yesterday we got round the road in an hour.... Many thanks for your helpful tips with our little adrenaline junkie. I have a feeling we have a long way to go but will stick at it..

Thursday, 22 January 2015 17:45

Hi Chris. Just to let you know how much we all enjoyed the class on Friday evening. Bentley passed out when we got home and slept all night! He must've worked hard. We will definitely be coming back but we can't make it this week I'm afraid. Bentley had an unfortunate accident in the garden on Saturday and snapped a claw off. A quick trip to the vets sat night and now he's all bandaged up but he's not walking on it properly. We will come back when he's all healed.  It was such a shame because he was doing really well during the day. We had got him to lay down on command and stay which he hadn't done before. He was really getting the hang of it too until his accident. He's now feeling a little sorry for himself but we will keep practicing with him and hopefully see you again soon.

Thanks again
Lisa, Paul & hop along Bentley

Thursday, 22 January 2015 17:40

Hi Chris just an update on Bentley. We've been following the ignore and destract technique and so far Paul's feet have hardly been attacked and he doesn't seem to be bothering us all the time to play. He just happily chews away on his antlers or his Kong. We have definitely noticed a difference in him. The test will be when we have visitors. We haven't had any since you came round but every time I come home from work I will knock on the door so we can practice getting him to stay away. I think he knows it's me though coming home so he does get excited still but tonight Paul managed to get him to stop barking and wait for me to come in. A bit of a breakthrough I hope!

The correctional methods are working well when he jumps up on the sofa. When I came home today he actually didn't jump up on the sofa like he usually does. He came and sat at my feet. Again a noticible change in his behaviour.

We will keep working hard with him but it is definitely making a difference. We've still got to work on getting him out of our bedroom but we will do that!

I would like to bring him to your classes on Fridays. Do we have to book or can we just turn up?

Many thanks again for all your help and hopefully see you again soon

Lisa, Paul & of course Bentley!

Thursday, 22 January 2015 17:39
Kate Jeffery

Chris's classes have been absolutely fantastic for cooper my 2 year old Labrador.

Chris works so well with me and my mum I am 14 years old and have never had a dog before and as you can imagine I had no idea what to do.

My mum decided to ring Chris and Catherine about bringing Cooper to classes to which they responded straight away. This was the best decision we ever had as Cooper is now in the advanced classes on a Friday night and has got his sliver award.
I would suggest Chris's classes to anyone they are great!

Thursday, 22 January 2015 17:38

Hi Chris sorry for the long delay in responding to you.  Georgie is making good progress. We have got rid of her cage and she is now more free to roam at night. Jumping up is getting better and we only occasionally use the spray, evenings are more relaxed as she does not pester us as much. Overall we are about a 7out of 10 but it is a significant improvement. Will get in touch again in a few weeks, Emma (unless we have any problems)

Thursday, 22 January 2015 17:38
Iain Rayner

Great training, gave us some real food for thought and helped us to know what we were doing wrong - however inadvertently. Looking forward to putting some of these techniques into practise. Chris answered all our questions and really gave us some things to look forward to.

Thursday, 22 January 2015 17:37

i am happy to say bailey passed his puppy class and is now on to silver class . being a Staffy i am happy to own him and him being well behaved and a pleasure to train. thank you again and i will be at the classes to follow to bailey will only get better from now

Thursday, 22 January 2015 17:36
Sue C

Hi Chris,

Just another quick update about Rolo. He really is a different dog since you worked with him/us.
It's taken a few weeks, but walks are becoming so much more enjoyable. He is no longer barking madly for no reason - and pretty much passes all dogs now without reacting. We've followed a few dogs without any problems and he is beginning to relax and sniff at trees etc. instead of being on high alert all the time.
He LOVES training at the start of walks in the park - and is becoming slightly addicted to working for me! He drops a ball without being asked to now (previously he would have held onto it and challenged me to chase him!).
At home, things are a lot calmer. He still barks at passers-by and has to be reminded to stop, but not in the obsessive way he was before. He is MUCH BETTER with visitors too - oh and he no longer does the haring around the borders things in the back garden.
All in all, he is becoming a nicer, softer-looking dog (if that makes sense) and seems more content to spend time on his own (rather than following me around like a shadow).
Thanks again for the great work! It has really helped us a lot.

Thursday, 22 January 2015 17:35

Just to let you know i have just had the most relaxing weekend with Gracie.
She has slept, played on her own and we chilled out on the sofa.  I have never had a day like it with her. :grin  :grin
I went for a 2 mile walk yesterday, although there was some pulling I am still working on this.
In a few weeks could I have a session focussing on walking and recall?
Thank you again.

Thursday, 22 January 2015 17:34
Sue Crowther

Hi Chris,
Just to say a big thank you for your time and input with Rolo yesterday. What can I say? The effects have been immediate.
Many improvements on the walk - following all the advice you gave. We managed to walk past another dog without having to stop and I continually corrected his general pulling and misbehaviour with your techniques. It was a bit of a power struggle (he was really upping the anti against the new regime), but I put my shoulders back in a manly, assertive manner (lol!) and really took command of him. Didn't chat to him or pamper him (even when we passed a house with building work going on and a 'crash' startled him). I just ignored and carried on. At the park, we focused on training first (as you suggested) and I then did short periods off and on leash, so he got used to coming back to heel on command. There was only one incident (when another dog ran towards us barking). He did respond by charging at it, but it was instigated by the other dog (so I let him off that one!) and I did manage to call him back to heel far quicker than I usually manage.
In the home, we've had some improvements too. Dave used your techniques when he barked at the front window and it really worked and stopped him in his tracks. THE FRONT BLINDS ARE NOW OPEN - WE ARE NO LONGER IN DARKNESS DURING THE DAY! Early days, but no further episodes of barking at front window so far. We've also rung the front doorbell during all our comings and goings since you left - and when a couple of our son's friends called at lunchtime, he responded with one 'ruff' and then wagged his tail. Result!
Lastly, he LOVES the Kong with peanut butter and treats to find. We did a one hour cooling off period after the walk with him tackling that. No attention-seeking behaviour at all - he was completely engrossed in it.
Ooh, and one more positive...we let him out for 10 minutes before Coronation Street last night and then ignored all his little whines at the back door. Eventually, he gave up and fell asleep. :grin
Thanks again for your great advice. I'm finding it difficult ignoring him (and not babying him), but I'm determined to break the habit. We'll forward some more updates and photos as we go on.

Sue and Dave, Kettering, Northampton

Thursday, 22 January 2015 17:33

Hi Chris. Just thought I'd give you a quick update on Shadow. Well, I think its Shadow..he's a different dog already! He's so much calmer on entering the house and he will quite happily be in another room from mum. He's doing really well. We're taking the walks slowly but again the improvement is quite surprising. Last night we encountered another dog! The other dog barked and Shadow was just about to start, but we got him back in the zone. Its all very encouraging. We are hoping to come along on Saturday but I'm suffering with recurring achiles tendonitis at the moment, so if we don't come this week we will join you on another one. All in all so far though we are really pleased. Thank you

Thursday, 22 January 2015 17:32

Hi Chris. Just thought I'd give you a quick update on Shadow. Well, I think its Shadow..he's a different dog already! He's so much calmer on entering the house and he will quite happily be in another room from mum. He's doing really well. We're taking the walks slowly but again the improvement is quite surprising. Last night we encountered another dog! The other dog barked and Shadow was just about to start, but we got him back in the zone. Its all very encouraging. We are hoping to come along on Saturday but I'm suffering with recurring achiles tendonitis at the moment, so if we don't come this week we will join you on another one. All in all so far though we are really pleased. Thank you

Thursday, 22 January 2015 17:31

Hi Chris! Sorry that I have not text earlier! I kept meaning to but then kept forgetting! Just to let you know that Bella has been a lot calmer in the house now that we take her balls to the park. She is also sleeping downstairs and is really good with it. We brought a gencon lead and she is slowly getting there with heel. We also changed her food to natures diet which she absolutely loves!! Although we are not sure that we are feeding her enough? It recommends 1-2 packs a day so we are giving her 1 and a bit and she tends to scoff it! Do you think that would be enough or is it too much for a border terrier? Thank you so much for all of your advice the other week. It really has made such a big difference already! We will come to one of your walks at harlestone firs soon as I'm sure Bella would like to see you again. :-) Thanks again and hopefully see you soon! Naomie & Adam

Thursday, 22 January 2015 17:30

Hi Chris, you saw me and Tess the puppy collie on Monday. Just to let you know things are going really well, we made all the changes you suggested and she is responding really well. My husband couldn't believe it was the same dog when he got home! I hope to join your 7-8 class this Friday. Regards Nicola

Thursday, 22 January 2015 17:29

Hiya Chris. Its one week on and Ginny is already loads better. Her new lead arrived the next day and she is getting used to it. Kong bought and in use and no more howling when I leave her at home and I opened the front door to the postman and she was as good as gold :-) .Hoping to come to your walk on Sat so will c u there. Oh and the trainers are happy for you to come to the club if you want to. Thanks so much Gail

Thursday, 22 January 2015 17:28

We had a BRILLIANT afternoon!!  To have such a lovely walk which was well organised with training, lovely company and so many super  dogs - we were very spoilt!  Where else could you go to combine all these??!

The obedience and agility was fun and gave an extra opportunity to "socialise" our dogs - THANK  YOU!

Looking forward to the next!


Thursday, 22 January 2015 17:27

It was absolutely fanatstic to have your dedicated time yesterday in helping us with the fine tuning of our dogs!

Thank you very much for coming over and rest assured the training has been put into action from the moment you left.  John says he can already see subtle changes and I continued the "door" practice well into the evening with the most surprising results!!!

I will keep you updated on our "road trips" as I found this particularly helpful and has cleared the "fog" so that I can see clearly now.

With most grateful thanks


Thursday, 22 January 2015 17:25

Chris is helping my dog Jake, who after the loss of our other dog,  behaviour was getting out of control, he's always been excitable but his hyperactivity went off the scale & just a simple walk was a major task. After our first session I couldn't believe the change in Jake, Chris had made it so i enjoyed walking my dog again & given me some great advice on keeping him calm at home too. Just had a follow up session in which even more improvements were made. At 7 years old I didn't think you could 'teach an old dog new tricks' but clearly I was wrong!

Thursday, 22 January 2015 17:23

Hi Chris, just thought I'd give you a quick update on Mylo's progress! I have to say I'm shocked as to how much improvement we've had in the few weeks since our session with you. We've been strictly using the heel command and turning as soon as Mylo starts to edge in front of us. I'm happy to say that he now has a much better understanding of the heel command and generally walks very nicely with a loose lead compared to before our session! He still has the occasional lapse and tends to lunge when he sees something that seems more interesting (e.g. other dogs etc) but he is usually brought back under control much easier now. We will continue to work on the command and hopefully as he matures he'll get even better. Thank you again for your time and I can safely say your help and advice has been fantastic for us!

Thursday, 22 January 2015 17:23
Kathleen graham

I cannot thank you enough for the help given in the one to one with us and Harvey. I wouldn't have believed we could have such fast results but he and I are much happier and our relationship is much calmer. we are enjoying being all together and are recommending you to everyone!

Thursday, 22 January 2015 17:21

Absolutely well impressed by the advice and help given fantastic :) very nice man too

Thursday, 22 January 2015 17:20
Tartan Ted

I came for my first ever Agilio class and had a superb time.  I really enjoyed it and think I was rather good.  My human said the basic obedience ground work was really paying off, that the way I looked to her for instruction meant at Agilio I as able to do exactly what was asked of me.  thank you Human Chris for helping us.

Thursday, 22 January 2015 17:19

Since your one on one training session the other evening, I have seen more improvement in all three of our dog than I ever thought possible. I have seen all three of my dogs relax around strangers and their dogs. Walking the dogs is now enjoyable. Thanks again.

Thursday, 22 January 2015 17:18

Love the passion you have for dogs chris.

Thursday, 22 January 2015 17:17
Lyndsey Frew

Loved the harlestone firs dog walk and can't wait to join u again!  Fab idea!

Thursday, 22 January 2015 17:16

Hi Chris,
Thank you so much for coming over and helping us with our very fearful dog Minnie.  We've seen such a difference in her already and looking forward to the future when she’s less fearful and more confident with her walks and visitors. 
It was nice to hear that you saw improvement with our 13 year old GSD x from your first visit two years ago.  As our pack has grown by 2 (1 last year and 1 in April this year) we were grateful for your input of our new pack and telling us who is who in the pecking order – as it were.
We look forward to seeing you again for a follow up session with Minnie and hope you will see the improvements in her.
Thank you once again, for not giving us a time limit for your help, for ‘just checking’ on something before you left (taking Minnie out again on your own for 10 mins to check) and for going back and checking that we’ve  understood the information and how to but it into practice.  We really appreciate everything!

Thursday, 22 January 2015 17:13
Pat Jones

What a fantastic time we had yesterday at the group dog walk. Have started training today. It has helped to understand Mickeys behaviour and it was great to meet you>

Thursday, 22 January 2015 17:11
Lou Hewish

Thank you Chris for the brilliant advice you gave me to help me with my Labrador, Bailey.
I'm confident Bailey and I will have the jumping up under control in no time.
Thank you for getting back to me so quickly too.
Lou & Bailey

Thursday, 22 January 2015 17:10

Had a brilliant time on the pack walk today.  It was great for Ted to meet so many other dogs in a safe environment, and fun for me to meet so many lovely dog owners. Training session was great too, a real test of concentration. Ted is exhausted and is enjoying a well earned nap.  Thank you

Thursday, 22 January 2015 17:09
Laura and Barry

Hi Chris

Bruno has been making brilliant progress since our one to one session. The obedience skills you taught us all have turned our lives around to be honest!

He has settled in really well and the little hints and tips about our behavior towards him have been great.

We look forward to the next group walk!

Thanks again

Laura, Barry and Bruno

Thursday, 22 January 2015 17:07

Attended puppy training seminar on Friday.  Very informative and somewhat reassuring - we are not alone in our miscommunications!

Thanks Chris it is already helping and we are keeping our poker faces in place for the bad and rewarding the good. ;) Excitedly looking forward to next week

Thursday, 22 January 2015 17:06
Powered by JoomVita VitaBook