Is your dog making you miserable?



  • Is having a dog not what you thought?

  • Do you find barking, worrying about how to entertain your dog, not being able to go to the toilet in peace hard going?

  • Do you miss being able to stay out with your friends for an extra hour or three?

  • Or maybe your dog has behaviour problems that limit both of your lives and make you feel lonely and isolated?



Caring for a dog isn’t easy at all. They need a lot from people to be happy. Particularly dogs who are very young or who have behaviour problems. If you’re feeling overwhelmed, don’t worry. You are normal and you are far from being along. Don’t take my word for it. Google the phrases “I hate my dog”, “My dog makes me miserable”, “My dog stresses me out” and “My dog is giving me anxiety”. You’ll find plenty of people in the same boat.







“Makes my heart sing to see people so very keen to help their dogs find confidence in what is a scary world for so many of them. And finding others who are having a time of it too puts things a, little more into perspective. And Tracey, who recognises that there are no problem dogs, just that some dogs and their guardians need to find the best path."

Milena Paterson





So, what you’re going through is completely normal – and understandable. Dogs are an enormous commitment and they aren’t always the way we think they’ll be. Whether you are completely new to having dogs or have had them all your life, you can find yourself with a dog who is not what you exected. Feeling overwhelmed and anxious is normal at those times.


What if you had a handy list of things that you can do easily to turn things around and get you feeling better again quickly?


Even better, what if you didn’t need to develop training skills or follow a plan to get yourself feeling better?


I have an online workshop that will give you all of these tools.





“I've never had a conversation with another dog owner on the street as they would usually be looking on in horror at my wild dog and me. This was most definitely a win, the man was smiling too and his dogs did not respond with barking, the first time in 3 years!“

Kay Eastoe





Bonuses

The workshop content on its own is well worth the money I charge but I love to give valuable extras. With this one you'll get.











Hi, I'm Tracey, and I’ve been where you are. Living with a dog who have behaviour problems or health problems that make them hard to live with or who is young and is going through a difficult adolescence. I know exactly what it’s like and that’s why I have developed strategies to help bring some joy back into life even when things are hard.


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’m currently studying for an MSc in Applied Animal Behaviour and Training.


I’m great at online teaching. I’ve developed my skills in that area over many years. My skills at working remotely and explaining complex concepts in easy to understand ways were what got me a job with the hugely successful wealth management company, St. James’s Place. I spent a lovely year working for them before committing myself fully to Best Dog Learning and Stuff.









“She walked by my side with a loose lead! I was very pleased. First time ever on a walk with other dogs and in an exciting environment.”

Pauline Mitchell





This is an instant access online class and you can start looking at it as soon as your payment comes through.





This class has such important information in it that I want it to be easily available for everybody so the cost of this class is a TINY £19 .



So if you want this class, click I WANT THIS ONE

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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 admin@bestdoglearningandstuff.co.uk, and we can discuss.


What if I don't get your emails?

Email me on admin@bestdoglearningandstuff.co.uk, 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.









“It is fabulous to have support from Tracey who really understands our problems. Having read her excellent book has also been an inspiration to us.”

Jennifer Frances Jones





This is an instant access online class and you can start looking at it as soon as your payment comes through.





This class has such important information in it that I want it to be easily available for everybody so the cost of this class is a TINY £19 .



So if you want this class, click I WANT THIS ONE

If you aren't logged in, you will be prompted to log in before you can buy the course. You can create an account using the login form if you don't already have one.


I WANT THIS ONE





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.