Dog Behaviourist, dog trainer

As Dedicated To Your Pets As You Are!

Just some of the training & behaviour modification services Inspiring Pet Teaching offers to your clients include:

Useful resources for veterinary professionals:

Individualised in-practice training - for your patients who find it difficult to come into the practice, are not comfortable being handled for examinations/minor procedures, settling in kennels, wearing muzzles, etc. Low stress handling in practice is a passion!


Safe Kids’n Dogs - practical bite prevention advice aimed at educating families to keep children & dogs safe & happy together.

Pre-Pet Counseling - taking a look at the PDSA Animal Wellbeing (PAW) Reports over the past few years, no more needs to be said!

Welcome to Inspiring Pet Teaching’s Veterinary Referrals!

One To One Pet Teaching - private training, in-home lessons to teach anything form puppy socialisation & early learning, to manner & life skills, to problem-solving for unwanted behaviours to fun stuff!


Kitty Clinics - to provide individualized advice for your multi-cat household clients, those cats with FIC/FLUTD, &/or your arthritic or overweight patients. 


Group classes - these are small & personal, & always Pawsitively fun!

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Having graduated from Karen Pryor’ Academy for Animal Training & Behaviour & completed Susan Friedman’s Living & Learning with Animals course for professionals in 2012-20015, I now have a foot firmly in both the veterinary & behaviour camps, understanding their intricate balance & the teamwork required for each. I have a real passion for welfare, as well as for nursing to the highest achievable level, & this naturally translates to my training & behaviour work too.

I have worked with animals, their owners & the veterinary community for many years &, with my university nursing background, scientific, up-to-date learning & teaching principles remain very close to my heart. I bring the same principles of care, empathy & kindness, as well as a modern approach, to teaching both my animal & human learners.


So as to be able to continue to improve my knowledge & understanding of animal behaviour, & better help our mutual clients, I am also currently studying towards higher levels of knowledge & understanding. In 2016, I have gained advanced diplomas in canine & feline behaviour, passing with both distinction; as well becoming a full, assessed member of INTO Dogs, an Animal Behaviour & Training Council member. I have also certified on the FearFree Program, & regularly teach on patient-friendly practice.

Training with animals doesn't have to be about problem solving! Whilst Inspiring Pet Teaching is dedicated to helping promote the human-animal bond & focusing on improving the behaviours your clients want to see more of, there's so much more we can do!

Please feel free to browse through our website to explore our services or, to refer or discuss a case, contact Inspiring Pet Teaching.

A well-known feline specialist once said to me "you can’t effectively treat cats without understanding & working with behaviour" - we, at Inspiring Pet Teaching, believe that goes across the board - everything we do to promote animal welfare involves attention to behaviour, so let’s make it fair on our companion animals & help them & their owners communicate effectively, ensuring the best possible quality of life for both!

As you may be aware, when recommending your clients for training/behaviour modification, the duty of care remains with the vet - so we hope you appreciate the benefit of working with a qualified professional. By referring to Inspiring Pet Teaching you can be confident that your patients will be taught by an educated & qualified professional, who is fully insured & works to a strong code of ethics - your clients will be as valued & cared for as they are by you. We will provide written reports & updates on request, with the client’s permission, & endeavour to work with you as part of your patient’s care team.

Ken Ramirez, world-renowned behaviourist & biologist writes:


"Animals deserve the best care we can possibly provide. Training should not be considered a luxury that is only provided if there is time; it is an essential part of good animal care."