what our clients say about Lynn Prentice
Dog Training & Behavioral Therapist
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27th April 2010Lynn Prentice dealt with:
I was surprised at how fast Leo picked up the training. Lynn explained and demonstrated everything and was very easy to follow. We did training in the house ,the garden, and went for a walk. This was all very helpful.Lynn was friendly and polite and I would be very happy to recommend her.
Leo is a lovely Cavalier King Charles Spaniel who is just a little confused about his position in the pack. F.J. has already been able to make some real changes in his behaviour by following the training techniques we used.I have just come back from my second visit to Leo and am glad to report good steady progress.
Marston Moretaine, Milton Keynes
17th April 2010Lynn Prentice dealt with:
Lynn has been wonderful in the training of our two Springer Spaniels Molly and Basil.We have had two sessions with Lynn and already I have noticed a big difference in both our dogs. I am very happy with the results achiened so far.
Molly and Basil are two fabulous Springers, who just needed to have their place in the pack explained to them. They are responding really well to their training with Mr & Mrs S established as the pack leaders.
12th April 2010Lynn Prentice dealt with:
It's only been a week and I have seen a vast improvement in Buddy. He seems far more content and is responsive to the training plan. Thanks Lynn.
Buddy is a gorgeous soft hearted German Shepherd Dog,who after a hard start in life has been rescued by C.P. He loves his new owner so much he just wants to look after him, we are busy working on letting Buddy know that the two legged one is in charge of the looking after and he can just relax and enjoy his new life.
25th March 2010Lynn Prentice dealt with:
At our first meeting Lynn explained everything thoroughly. In three short weeks we have really noticed a difference in his behaviour,he is responding well and walking him is now a pleasure. He is gradually overcoming his separation anxiety this is a work in progress and we know we can call Lynn at any time for her advice and support.
This little Westie was getting very anxious about the pack leaving him, as he considered it his job to lead them and look after them. On walks he was always looking out for the next danger and so was pulling them along the road despite his size. Now we have done some work on changing the pack structure everyone is more relaxed and life is becoming much enjoyable for everyone.
16th March 2010Lynn Prentice dealt with:
I was amazed at how Ella responded. We were given simple easy to follow exercises and instructions to use that continued to work after Lynn had left. I would not hesitate in recommending Lynn to anyone having problems with their dog.
Ella is a lovely staffie cross who just needed to learn her place in the pack, and some basic rules and boundaries. She no longer jumps up at people or acts aggressively with other dogs She responded very well and was a pleasure to work with even enjoying a good romp with Ralf my boxer.
9th March 2010Lynn Prentice dealt with:
Very informative training session.
This little Irish Terrier had a bit of a toilet problem that I was called for, as he was fairly young I did a puppy management session with him. We fixed the toileting problem and made sure that he got the correct education to start him on the right road and I am looking forward to seeing him again soon.
3rd March 2010Lynn Prentice dealt with:
Lynn did a fantastic job with Chico she taught us very well and we can already see results.
We did some basic puppy training with Chico the chihuahua and as she was an intelligent little girl she responded well. I am pleased she is getting a good start with the proper education, and I am looking forward to seeing her on my next visit.
28th February 2010Lynn Prentice dealt with:
Lynn was in no rush to make sure she explained everything to us. After just one session the dogs are responding well.
These three Yorkshire Terriers had entered adolescences without any rules or boundaries. Once we put some pack leadership in place they immediately started to respond. Their recall improved on the first session and I am sure it will only get better.
27th February 2010Lynn Prentice dealt with:
From the moment Lynn met Archie and myself she could easily see where all the problems were.In many respects in was me that needed training to become the pack leader Archie needed, and once I found the confidence Archie has started to turn into a well behaved dog. The barking is not the problem it was and I feel with more training he will become the obedient relaxed friendly dog of my dreams.
Waltham Cross Essex