Sue Kewley provides specialist dog training in Suffolk helping to solve problems including aggression, lead pulling, biting, barking and more.
With over 30 years experience in dog handling, training and breeding she offers group sessions and one to one consultations for all breeds and dogs of all ages. She is a practitioner of the COAPE Association of Applied Pet Behaviourists and Trainers and a member of The Association of Pet Dog Trainers, showing she has all the qualifications needed to keep your pooch in order.
Whether your dog hates travelling in the car, shows aggression towards other dogs or barks constantly, Sue has the skills and experience to help treat behavioural issues of all natures. She has the skill set to help diagnose the problem and create an effective programme to help resolve the issue. Commands and specialist handling techniques which you’ll be able to use at home or out in the park, will be implemented.
As well as providing training for the dog, Sue provides coping strategies for owners. Perfect when you’re home alone or out in the park and phased with a tricky situation.
Sue recently appeared on BBC Suffolk providing listeners with tips and hints for common dog problems. She is highly thought of in the canine behavioural world and often sees dogs on vet referral. So when you use Sue to help with your dog behavioural issues, you can rest assured that you’re dealing with the best in the business.
Sue Kewley is also a fully qualified cat behaviour expert specialising in toileting issues, aggressions and inappropriate eating.
Training can be done at Sue’s practice in north Suffolk, or if you’d prefer she’ll come to your home for a one to one class.
Contact her today for more information on the services she offers including dog training in Suffolk.