Predation Webinars

  • Does your dog have a high prey drive?

  • Do you struggle to get their attention at all when you are out on walks?

  • Does your dog's response to prey animals make walks hard work - and stressful?

  • Are you a dog trainer and you want to know more about this fascinating subject?

If you are saying "yes" to any of these questions, I have a two webinars that will be helpful for you.

“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

Predatory behaviour is bred into many dogs who are living as pets. That means that they love it. So what on earth are you to do if it's causing problems?

I have a system that works to help you understand and manage the behaviour, build the value that you have to convince your dog that you are a worthy hunting partner and teach your dog alternatives.

It's a fascinating subject to learn more about.

I have been studying it for years and still find things to learn about it. So much so that I am making it a focus for my MSc.

“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


The webinars are well worth the money on their own - especially at the brilliant sale price - but I love to give valuable extras. 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 dogs who have a high prey drive.

Predatory behaviour in dogs has been a huge interest of mine for many years. I've lived with dogs who have a wide range of predatory responses. Calgacus would catch, kill and eat rabbits. Cuillin is interested only in the smell of prey animals.

What got me fascinated in this subject is that I was repeatedly given information that I haven't found to be true.

Specifically I was told by many people that dogs like Calgacus are impossible to do any training with around the animals that they see as prey.

I've also been told repeatedly that dogs like Cuillin who are only interested in scent aren't going to be difficult around prey animals because they don't want to attack them.

Neither of these describe my experience. In fact, Calgacus was easy to train to behave well around rabbits. One of his favourite games became seeing rabbits, waiting, being sent toward them - and then being called away from them. He loved it. He could reliably be called away from the rabbits we'd see on walks.

Whereas Cuillin made me question everything I thought I knew about dogs. I gave up all of the activities I used to do to learn about how to just take Cuillin for a walk. He would get lost following scent. I once took the morning off work because Cuillin had gotten lost. He was gone for 4 hours that time. He once got lost overnight which was utterly terrifying for me. I couldn't walk in woods with him even with him on a lead because he would be so frustrated that he'd drag me around and the walk would be miserable for both of us. Working through this with Cuillin so that we could enjoy rural walks together with him off-lead was hard going.

But - I learned a lot from these experiences and last year I started an MSc in Applied Animal Behaviour and Training which has allowed me to explore the science more. This webinar has been put together from all of that learning.

I've shared this information with many ordinary people who have pet dogs, with dog trainers and behaviourists - and with animal and dog training and behaviour students. I've had great feedback on this.

“I used to find our daily walks highly stressful but through taking part in Tracey’s courses my confidence has grown tremendously and I’ve developed a stronger bond with Barley. His reactive outbursts are less intense and more manageable through using the strategies I’ve learned. I would highly recommend Tracey’s courses to anyone who wants to improve their relationship with their dog..”

Carmel Sullivan

You get instant access to this webinar and will be able to watch it as soon as your payment has gone through.

Maybe you still have some questions.

How do I access the webinar?

I'll be running it on zoom and you'll be sent an email before the course starts. 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 course. I hope I've given enough information to let you decide. But – if you really hate the webinar, email me on, and we can discuss.

What if I don't get can't log in or have other difficulties?

Email me on, and I'll help you.

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.

“I've completed two of Tracey's online courses and I really enjoyed them. Tracey breakes everything down into manageable tasks, explains it really well and demonstrates all steps in short and helpful videos.”

Kareen Aufm Kampe

You get instant access to these webinars and will be able to watch as soon as your payment has gone through.

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.