Prey Drive Solved - Getting Started

Covering the key areas you NEED to know to prevent or resolve prey drive problems.

If ANY these are true for you:

💡 You have a puppy who is a gundog breed, a herding breed, a hound or a terrier - or is a mix containing one or more of those types - and you want life with them to be relaxed.

💡 You are thinking about getting a puppy and want to do your homework.

💡 You know that your dog's prey drive is a problem but you don't have a clue where to start.

💡 Your dog is reactive and in spite of working really hard on their reactivity, you aren't making any progress.

Then Prey Drive Solved is the class for you!


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Prey Drive Solved will give you all the secrets that you need to build a strong foundation with your dog and ensure that their prey drive is not a problem for you.

I've broken the class down into easy to digest sections so that you can easily understand what to do next.

The training is easy to fit in on your normal daily walks and you won't need any hard to carry equipment.

“Really easy to fit in with life and easy to understand. Affordable for everyone.“

Valerie Burns


With this class you get all of this great stuff.

Hi – I’m Tracey and I’ve been living with over excited dogs and high prey drive dogs for years now. Cuillin – my wonderful and now gone collie cross – had an enormous prey drive. So much so that he was hard to walk when he was young. My Staffie cross, Roxy, like many dogs like her, gets excited about many things. She injured my back quite badly when she first moved in because of the way her excitement made her behave on the lead. With training, touch wood, my back has been fine for years now.

Just to add to my quote of both excited and high prey drive dogs, I now have Ren - a working cocker spaniel.

I have over 15 years of experience and am also fully qualified to give advice and support with dog behaviour and training. I have a BSc (hons) degree in Canine Behaviour and Training. I am a Tellington TTouch Practitioner and an ACE Advanced Tutor. I am currently studying for an MSc in Applied Animal Behaviour and Training and have made prey drive in dogs a focus for my time as a student. I have a particular focus on dogs with a high prey drive.

“The course was very easy to follow and enabled you to reward your dog at each stage.”

Mandy Mactaggart

This class is unavailable at this time. Please check back after the 15th of July. I'll have it ready then.


Maybe you still have some questions.

What exactly do I get for my money?

How do I access the class?

It'll be available on my website once your payment has come through. Make sure that when you sign up on my website that you enter your email address correctly as I'll use those email addresses to send out the information.

How long do I have access?

For life. Well, possibly not for your life. For the lifetime of the website – which I hope will be a very long time.

What if I don't like it?

I don't have a refund policy on this workshop. I hope I've given enough information to let you decide. But – if you really hate it, email me on, and we can discuss.

What if I don't get your emails?

Email me on, and I'll help you.

Will I have to correct my dog?

No. All my training is done with treats, Animal Centred Education (ACE) and Tellington TTouch. No corrections needed.

Tracey, what are your qualifications?

I have a BSc(Hons) degree in Canine behaviour and training. I'm a Tellington TTouch practitioner and an ACE Advanced Tutor. I'm currently studying for an MSc in Applied Animal Behaviour and Training as well.

“The walk certainly had the potential to go awry several times, but utilising some of the techniques learned here certainly helped.”

Kate Stuhrke

This class is unavailable at this time. Please check back after the 15th of July. I'll have it ready then.


Legal Disclaimer: I would love to promise you the same results as I got from this training. I would also love to promise you how long it will take. I simply can't give any guarantees. Success in dog training depends on a range of factors including but not limited to: your own efforts, your skill at implementing the training suggested, the time you spend on training, as well as your dog's prior experiences, health, and temperament. You remain responsible for your dog's behaviour.