MEET OUR TEAM
Professional Dog Trainers and Walkers in East London and West Essex
Our team comes from a variety of backgrounds but all share a love for dogs. Each of us has been disclosure-checked and trained in canine first aid. We also each pursue ongoing canine training to ensure that your dog is receiving best-in-class care.
We offer walking, training and workshops
Select a name below to learn more about your dog’s walker or scroll through and meet the entire team.
Owner and Dog Trainer
Una is a qualified and insured dog trainer with numerous years of experience helping hundreds of humans and their dogs understand one another and live happily together. She is a memeber of various organisations who vet their members and ensure best practice.
Una grew up around large dogs. Her grandmother owned three Rottweilers. Una spent long summers swimming and playing with these three dogs and she credits this with sparking her love of dogs.
The signs of her future career were present from early on. As a child, she would pretend her German Shepherd Rottweiler mix was a pony and taught her beloved pet how to jump obstacles around the garden.
These days, she has a German Shepherd called Sheba. Una is committed to constant learning in order to offer the best possible service to her clients but also the best possible life for her own dog.
Una has broadened her skill set through training with some of the world’s best canine behaviour and training providers. She is committed to positive reinforcement and training with kindness, compassion and in a lasting manner.
Una believes in the importance of scientifically proven, kind and humane training. This guides her continual learning. Una has taken a wide range of courses including level 5 behaviour professional. She is especially passionate about Scentwork.
Lily covers Wanstead and Leytonstone. Lily has two of her own dogs a cavapoo called Cooper who is 3 years old, and a yorkiepoo called Rocky who is 13 years old.
When she’s not working with our fab pooches, she enjoys travelling and horse riding.
Lily is currently studying Canine and Feline care and helps at our dog training classes. She particularly enjoys seeing the dogs learn new skills and grow as individuals. She is working towards her goal to become a dog trainer/behaviourist.
Like all of our team, lily has attended her in person canine first aid training.
Tracey has been around dogs her whole life. She currently has a Newfoundland dog named Miley who is a Pet Therapy Dog. Tracey takes Miley round to patients or service users who need a little special dog time. Tracey also has a grand puppy named Stitch whom she cares for.
Tracey is canine first aid trained and is studying with the ISCP to further her knowledge of dogs, their training and behaviour. She has also been learning Scentwork.
Linda is a filmmaker with a huge love of dogs. She has trained her own German Shepherd Rottweiler mix, Reuben, using science-based, kind and ethical methods. This has set him up for success and as he was taught as a puppy he knows his cues well when navigating outside their home.
Linda covers parts of Walthamstow.
Ali joined us in September 2019. She worked with vulnerable children and young people and then in floristry before joining our team. She had grown up with dogs and was missing having them around. This led to her decision to combine her love of dogs with her love of long walks and become a dog walker.
Since joining us, Ali has developed an interest in dog training and has been completing courses to help benefit her and the dogs she walks. She has completed courses in canine communication, canine first aid, dog walking and pet sitting.
Hannah is a mother of two boys who loves the outdoors. She spent most of her childhood growing up with 2 golden retrievers and has always had a strong affection towards dogs.
Hannah recently joined our team in April 2021. She has a heart for all dogs and is beginning to gain experience working with a variety of breeds. Under the supportive guidance of our knowledgeable team, she has been learning more about dogs and improving her animal care skills. Hannah believes in treating all dogs with kindness and compassion as if they were her own.
We have been blown away by her thirst for knowledge and are happy to have her on board. Hannah is currently studying a canine behaviour course.
Charity has two rescue Sighthounds, a greyhound and a whippet x lurcher. Living with two Sighthounds has taught her a lot about dog body language, sensitivities, high prey drives and what a dog needs to feel safe. She also volunteers at a local rescue centre which has given her the chance to spend time and care for all types and breeds.
Charity has completed her canine first aid and is busy completing more canine training and behaviour courses.