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It's a Dogs Life Canine Enrichment ltd

Rotherham

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We are a family run small business, developing a community of interest to educate upcoming young service dog trainers, and young people who struggled at school with rehabilitating dogs in rescue to be support dogs. We advise on and supply raw feeds.

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11 July 2019

I have been working with Suzy re Chester's high anxiety levels and reactivity to other digs and people. She has given me strategies and games that I am working through which are already having a positive effect.
I'm confident that we will get the desired outcome with Suzy's support and guidance.
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1 July 2019

It's been a absolute delight so much love for dogs and she has so much understanding on their wants and needs I would highly recommend this lady and her business her knowledge is remarkable

1 July 2019

It was a pleasure from day 1. Suzy clearly knows her stuff and has heloed massively in helping to reduce reactivity in my dog, Chester. She has also worked with my dog, Teddy, to form a plan of action and homework tasks.
I would not hesitate in recommending Suzy as a behaviouralist. My dogs love , trust her, and enjoy our sessions with her.
She welcomed our dog walker in aswell, so she could learn along side us, as a pack!
She makes every session fun, interactive, and really cares that we understand the tjinking behind the work she caregully puts together in the sessions. 10 out of 10!!!
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I enjoy turning a Dogs struggles into a strength, and watching a family bond again and enjoy being together again. It's hard to remember WHY we got a dog when things get difficult, I enjoy seeing the reason WHY come back.

I decided to become the professional dog trainer that I wanted for my own dog, when he became reactive. After meeting lots of different types of trainers, some just did NOT help my nervous aggressive bull dog. SO I went back to uni to become the trainer who could, and I did. Now I am setting up a charity teaching rescue dogs to work as support dogs, whilst also working with pet dogs, to be the best dogs.

Clients should just choose ANY accredited trainer who suits them, and their dog. If you meet me and im the person to help, we will do it together, if I'm not the right person I'm happy to recommend other trainers. Fairness, understanding, compassion and kindness are my tools for learning and teaching.