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My Philosophy


It’s my belief that providing a dog with structure and rules makes for a happy dog.  


Providing a dog with an environment where they have the opportunity to learn boundaries and limits helps the dog gain their full potential with a calmer state of mind. 


This can help a dog feel more secure and if done with the right energy and patience the dog becomes much more relaxed.  Our dogs - after all - are like family members and I want them to be balance and well adjusted so they fit happily into our family lives.


All dogs live in different situations, with different owners under different circumstances but all dogs require the same thing – Leadership.


Physically and mentally challenging your dog can help them maintain a balanced state of mind and strengthens the bond you have with your dog.  This can only be 

accomplished through Leadership and giving a dog those all important rules and structure.


I had the opportunity to relocate from Sydney to a small rural community in the Riverina district of NSW some years ago where I worked on a friend’s sheep farm alongside their Kelpies.


I’d always had a passion for working dogs but being with them on a daily basis, whether it was out in the paddocks, in the yards or on the trucks, helped me gained an understanding of how important it is to ‘Give a Dog a Job’…they thrived on it, it strengthens your bond and there’s nothing better than a great relationship with your best friend.




Certificate III in Dog Behaviour & Training through the NDTF (National Dog Training Federation) since 2011.


The NDTF delivers Australia’s only Government accredited, nationally recognised dog trainer certification program.

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