Louise volunteered at a number of small rescue centres, working with dogs, cats, rabbits and rodents, as well as volunteering at a safari park where she worked with penguins, lemurs and squirrel monkeys.
To further her knowledge and interest in animals, she gained a Bachelor of Science (with Honors) in Animal Behaviour at the University of Chester in 2008.
She worked at Battersea Dogs and Cats Home for 10 years, working with thousands of dogs as a behaviour specialist from 2009 to 2019.
Louise became a fully qualified Puppy School tutor in 2010 (www.puppyschool.co.uk). Her classes are fun and relaxed, and the puppies really look forward to the next week of learning.
Louise and Neal currently live with five dogs, two kittens, two rabbits and two budgies. Together Louise and Neal regularly foster dogs and kittens from Battersea and the RSPCA and particularly enjoy hand-rearing newborn puppies and kittens.
Louise is a Kennel Club Accredited Instructor, a registered Animal Training Instructor with The Animal Behaviour and Training Council and a Raw Advisor with Natures Menu.google-site-verification: google871e05f71027e61e.html
Trainer and Puppy School Associate Tutor
Adele has spent many years working with rescue dogs. She has a BSc in Animal Science (Behaviour and Welfare) and is working towards a MSc in International Animal Welfare.
Adele runs our Streatham Puppy School and Superdog classes and also offers 121 training sessions in South London.
Trainer and Puppy School Tutor
Neal joined the team in 2017. He grew up with German Shorthaired Pointers and worked with St. Bernards in Switzerland. Neal is a qualified Puppy School Tutor, teaching our Saturday classes in Sutton Green (Guildford) and working towards opening another venue in Bromley this Spring, as well as offering one to one training across Surrey and South London.
Neal is looking forward to training with UK Sniffer Dogs in May 2020 and will be running their courses later this year.
Administration / Puppy School Associate Tutor
Naomi runs Puppy School in Tulse Hill, Crystal Palace and Penge (Tuesdays) after assisting Louise. In addition to this she volunteers at a large dog rescue centre in South London and is doing courses on dog behaviour and training. She loves helping dogs gain confidence, particularly through tricks and fun agility training.
Puppy School Associate Tutor
Leah runs our Puppy School classes in Pirbright, Surrey.
She holds a BSc (Hons) degree in Animal Behaviour and Welfare and is a certified Puppy School Tutor.
Since completing her studies Leah has worked for a number of large animal rescue charities and organisations. She has recently taken on a new role with RSPCA – Sussex Chichester and District branch as their Foster Co-Ordinator and also regularly attends seminars and workshops to further her professional development and keep up to date with the ever evolving world of dog training.
Leah is pictured here with Jim, her 5 year old Staffordshire Bull Terrier. Leah has a particular soft spot for Staffies and bull breeds and is keen to break the stigma surrounding these wonderful dogs.