David and Clare run training classes, a dog walking service including daycare for dogs in Theydon Bois, Loughton, Epping and surrounding areas. They both have vast experience of working with dogs, and are passionate about providing a top quality service for local dog owners.
They are both animal first aid qualified and fully insured with Cliverton insurance.
David Drew MGoDT(MT) ACFBA is recognised as a Master Trainer with The Guild of Dog Trainers and is an associate member of the Canine and Feline Association, he is fantastic at working with high energy, nervous or fearful dogs, he has a calm, positive attitude along with a wealth of experience and many techniques to get the best results from your dog. David is working towards a BA (Hons) Degree with the Cambridge Institute of Dog Behaviour & Training, he attends as many seminars as he can to keep up to date with modern practice, these include CFBA Dog Law, CFBA Know your dog inside out and Gert De Bolster aggression seminar. He is passionate about promoting responsible dog ownership especially amongst the Bull breeds.
Clare Drew MGoDT is recognised as a Trainer with The Guild of Dog Trainers, her training focuses on fun and positive ways to teach you and your dog, her friendly and encouraging personality inspires people to keep going to achieve their desired goals. Importantly to have fun and bond with your dogs. She has successfully completed Canine Care, Training and Management at Writtle College. She attends many Seminars including, IABTC Puppy Parties, IABTC The Confident Dog Instructor; IABTC Inside the Dog Owner’s Mind; CFBA Dog Law Unleashed; CFBA Know Your Dog Inside Out, and Dog Aggression with Gert De Bolster. She also enjoys taking part in agility with her Bull Terrier and has a good knowledge of puppy development to give your puppy the best possible start in life.
• Aggression to dogs/people
• Separation anxiety
• Excessive barking
• Puppy behaviour consultations
• Destructive behaviour
• Mouthing/play biting
• Jumping up
• Recall issues
• Unwanted chasing
• Untrained dogs.