Trick training for reactive or aggressive dogs.



  • Do you find life stressful with your dog because of the way they behave at times?

  • Have you tried to help your dog but feel as if there is more to learn?

  • What if I told you that I could show you a way to improve your dog’s behaviour – and have fun at the same time? What if I said that you might even find that people start to smile at your dog rather than scowl?

  • Would you love simple, easy-to-follow, and fun steps that show you how?



So often, the people who care for reactive or aggressive dogs find life stressful and come home from walks feeling disheartened – and as if the world is against them. I know those feelings well.


I know that you didn’t choose to have a dog who reacts explosively to everyday things. I know that you didn’t choose to have a dog who can be aggressive at times. I know that you’d do anything you could to help your dog.


If you didn’t already know about it, the way that your dog moves, and their posture can contribute to their reactive or aggressive behaviour. That's right. Movement and posture matter when it comes to reactivity and aggression in dogs.


The great news is that you can help your dog to make changes to how they move and to their posture. Those changes can help your dog be calmer. I can show you how to do that.







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

Mandy Mactaggart





How amazing would you feel if you and your dog learned new ways to get out of difficult situations?


What if you could see your dog’s confidence increasing and their behaviour improving?


How brilliant would it be if all of that was good for your dog’s long-term health too?





If you felt excited by what you read, I have brilliant news for you. I have a course for you - Part One of the Best Dog Tricks courses. In it, I’ll share with you six tricks that I have carefully selected to be good for your dog’s movement – AND useful for getting you out of tricky situations on walks OR for good for building confidence in your dog.


Each day for six days, I’ll give you a new trick along with step by step instructions for teaching it to your dog AND I’ll tell you why it is helpful for your dog to know.


This course incorporates Animal Centred Education (ACE) to give you extra skills to help the training you'll do with your dog be more effective.





“Tracey really listens to what you're saying and goes above and beyond with helping anyone that needs help and support, I honestly couldn't recommend more highly.”

Lisa Cawkill





Course Bonuses

The course on its own is well worth the money I charge but I love to give valuable extras with all my courses. With this one you'll get.















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 have been lucky enough to share my life with dogs who have been reactive in a variety of ways. That experience has allowed me to hone my skills in working through those issues. I also have many years of experience of teaching people just like you and helping you to learn the skills you need.


I wrote the popular book, “Canine aggression: Rehabilitating an aggressive dog with kindness and compassion” about my beloved dog, Calgacus, and how he and I overcame his problems with other dogs.


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.


Tricks helped Calgacus. He learned to move differently - and that helped him understand that he had options when it came to other dogs. A simple bow once stopped him being attacked by another dog. The benefits I found were incredible and I'm excited to share them with you.









“Tracey is an experienced, qualified and compassionate individual who brings these qualities to the online learning sphere.”

Sharon Ní Dhonnchadha





You'll get all of this.

Online course content

Do the course from the comfort of your own home and on your daily walks. You don't need a special app for this. You'll be able to access via your phone, tablet, or computer.





Lifetime Access

Don't worry about falling behind. You get lifetime access to this course content.





Drip-fed content

I give you access to the course over a week. You'll get a module a day for six days. The content is in video and written form.





Email prompts

I'll remind you by email to look at the course content as it appears.





Help and support

You'll have access to me via a Facebook group for the duration of the course. If you don't use Facebook, I also have a private forum just for course members that you'll be able to use to chat with me. That's not all – we'll also have a live, recorded Zoom call at the end of the course to discuss the course in person.





Ongoing support

After the course, you are welcome to join my exclusive Facebook group just for people who've done my courses. I'll send you details after the end of course Zoom call. 





The course starts on Monday the 28th of September.

This course gives you lifetime access to 6 days of content, a daily email to keep you on track, access to me for advice and support AND a live zoom call. PLUS time to train your dog.



This course is way more than equal to a half day workshop – and you can buy it for



JUST £29.99.



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Once sign up closes for this course, you won't have another chance to do it until next year.


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Maybe you still have some questions.


Can you tell me what tricks will be in this course?

I'd be delighted to tell you.


  1. Follow target stick.

  2. Figure of eight through your legs.

  3. Heel on the left.

  4. Heel on the right.

  5. Bow.

  6. Stand or sit in front.


How do I access the course?

Before you can buy the course, you'll set up a profile on my website. The course content will be accessed through the website.


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 course. I hope I've given enough information to let you decide. But – if you really hate the course, email me on admin@bestdoglearningandstuff.co.uk, and we can discuss.


Will it work on a phone?

Yes. You can use your phone, tablet, or computer. And there is no need to download an app.


What if I can't access the course?

Email me on admin@bestdoglearningandstuff.co.uk, and I'll help you.


Will I have to correct my dog?

No. All training is done with treats – and Animal Centred Education (ACE). No corrections needed.


Tracey, what are your qualifications?

I have a BSc(Hons) degree in Canine behaviour and training. I'm an ACE Advanced Tutor and a Tellington TTouch practitioner.










“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





The course starts on Monday the 28th of September.

This course gives you lifetime access to 6 days of content, a daily email to keep you on track, access to me for advice and support AND a live zoom call. PLUS time to train your dog.



This course is way more than equal to a half day workshop – and you can buy it for



JUST £29.99.



BUY CLASS NOW!


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.



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.