Understand the role movement plays in reactive or aggressive behaviour.



  • Do you have a dog who is reactive or aggressive?

  • Or – are you keen that your dog doesn’t become reactive?

  • Would you be interested in a FREE mini course with information AND practical things you can do?



Reactive and aggressive behaviour in dogs are truly challenging for everybody who cares for the dog. I’ve heard the search for ways to deal with those challenges be described as the holy grail of dog training.


I’d love to share with you some valuable information and advice that will make a positive difference to you and your dog. This course is free because I want as many people as possible to get this information.







“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





How would it be if you understood more about reactivity and aggression in dogs?


What if you had some easy to do things that have helped many reactive and aggressive dogs be calmer?


Would that be useful to you?





If that sounds good, this mini course is for you. It’ll give you three pieces of vital information that will help you understand your dog better AND three things that you can start doing TODAY that will help your dog.





“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









Hi, I'm Tracey, and I'm a dog trainer with over 15 years of experience. My focus now is on teaching life-changing dog training skills designed for the carers of reactive dogs, aggressive dogs, and prey driven dogs.


I started out my dog training career with a dog who was aggressive toward other dogs. Calgacus was a bullmastiff and I was told by more than one dog behaviour expert that he would never get over the problem he had with other dogs.


I didn’t like that advice and I set out to see if I could help him learn to like other dogs as he had when he was a puppy. I found that I could. Calgacus did learn to love other dogs again. He had a great many dog friends – he was even good at helping worried dogs feel safer.


One of the key things that helped was learning about how movement and posture impact on behaviour in dogs – and how I could use that information to help Calgacus.


I put this course together to share with you why movement matters so much.









“He’s also getting much better with people passing the house when he’s outside so I’m really happy.”

Louise Park





This completely FREE course will give you all of this.

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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.