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catAssociation of Pet Behaviour Counsellors

The APBC is an international network of experienced and qualified pet behaviour counsellors who work on referral from veterinary surgeons to treat behaviour problems in dogs, cats, birds, rabbits, horses and other pets.

Association of Pet Dog Trainers

The APDT (Association of Pet Dog Trainers), UK is a voluntary organisation established to improve the welfare of dogs and the competence of dog owners through the promotion of training skills and techniques based on up to date, researched, methods that apply the principles of kindness fairness and effectiveness and are in keeping with modern learning theory.

Animal Behaviour and Training Council

The Animal Behaviour and Training Council is the regulatory body that represents animal trainers and animal behaviour therapists to both the public and to legislative bodies. It is the only animal welfare charity that is primarily concerned with protecting the psychological welfare of animals undergoing training and behaviour activities.

Dog Law

A website run by solicitor Trevor Cooper.  It details English law as it relates to dogs and owners

The Kennel Club Good Citizen Dog Scheme

The Kennel Club Good Citizen Dog Scheme is the largest dog training programme in the UK. Now a well-established dog training programme that has been in operation since 1992. The Scheme is open to all dogs, young or old, pedigree or Crossbreed, whether Kennel Club registered or not.

Luisa Jones Photography

Based in Cheshire, Luisa takes wonderful photographs, and specialises in dogs and horses

Global GDPR

General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) consultants, providing cost effective friendly advice on GDPR. We also skilled in web-design (we designed and built this website!).

How to Find A Good Breeder: Puppy School

Check these videos for further ideas on how to distinguish a socialised puppy from a poorly socialised puppy.

Kennel Club Safe and Sound

The purpose of the Kennel Club Safe And Sound Award Scheme is to promote the safe interaction between children and dogs.

The Safe And Sound Scheme focuses on the educational issues connected with staying safe around dogs. It can never be taken for granted that any dog will be 100% safe with everyone all of the time. Children have to be taught how to behave in the company of even the best trained dog.

Dogs Trust Sounds Scary

Sounds Scary can help your dog deal with distressing noises such as fireworks. Sounds Scary is not only backed by years of clinical experience, it is also scientifically proven to be safe, effective and easy to use.