what our clients say about Lynn Prentice
Dog Training & Behavioral Therapist
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1st November 2010Lynn Prentice dealt with:
2.5 months into the training and Lynn's techniques have enabled us to fully train Baxter through severe aggression towards other dogs when on a lead. Helping us to understand basic dog behaviour and by using simple but effective techniques we are now 'leaders of the pack' and able to read his expressions and body language. We honestly did not think we would ever be able to walk him like a normal dog, but we know even have recall at the park, something we used to dream of!
Amazing everything explained worked perfectly- Thank you x
26th October 2010Lynn Prentice dealt with:
Enjoyable Session, Good Tips, Honest Approach. Look forward to seeing Timmy improve in the coming months.
Great Amwell Herts
25th October 2010Lynn Prentice dealt with:
We are still in the very early stages of training Bailey (and ourselves) following Lynn's initial visit, however I am confident that with her continued help and support the problems we have been experiencing will soon be a thing of the past.
12th October 2010Lynn Prentice dealt with:
I was apprehensive at first for almost a year we've tried to stop Holly barking unnecessarily after our discussion we realized were the problems were and we're very impressed with Lynn and the techniques. Within 5 minutes Holly and Chloe responded well and the barking stopped. I will certainly recommend your services Thank you
10th October 2010Lynn Prentice dealt with:
Lynn has shown us some excellent techniques. It's early days but there has been an improvement and they are responding very well. Our arms and shoulders don't hurt anymore because they have eased up on the pulling. Lynn was amazing on her first visit the dogs didn't know what hit them they slept for hours after she left.
As nice as it is it, was not me being amazing but Mr & Mrs B showing the dogs who was in charge. With an American Bulldog and a Rottweiler they need to know whose the boss glad to hear they are catching on.
East Barnet Herts
6th October 2010Lynn Prentice dealt with:
Marley is 5 and had started to develop separation anxiety. It became so bad that the neighbours were complaining.I also had no control over him in or out of the house. Lynn came to see us and within am hour he was a different dog, he listened to me and walked beside me on the lead on which, for the past 5 years he has dragged me down the street. I am amazed with the results and love the new dog Marley has become, now we enjoy each others time and the neighbours are very impressed too.
5th October 2010Lynn Prentice dealt with:
Lynn the therapist was very good at helping me correct some of the behaviour of my three and a half year old female boxer and my new boxer who was only 6 weeks of age. So far we have only had one session with Lynn and I can already see some positive changes in my older boxers bad habits and we are looking forward to seeing her again. Woof woof Kim and Nancy (The Boxers)
Milton Keynes Beds
25th September 2010Lynn Prentice dealt with:
Lynn is an excellent trainer. She made the training fun as well as informative. My 3 dogs responded very quickly to the commands Lynn taught us.This will be a long process as we have 3 dogs that need training, but with Lynns support and encouragement I'm sure we will be successful. I would have no hesitation in recommending Lynn to anyone who has a problem with being pack leader.
Mrs D has taken on 3 beautiful but very nervous Rough Collies and given then a lovely new home. They will need a lot of work but I am looking forward to seeing them relax as Mrs D and her daughter make them feel secure with their new pack leaders.
22nd September 2010Lynn Prentice dealt with:
Boswell seems more relaxed indoors. When Lynn explained the training it made perfect sense. She was very good, her no nonsense approach gave me confidence and worked with Bos.
15th September 2010Lynn Prentice dealt with:
The reason for my dogs behaviour was explained in a way that made total sense thereby making it easy for us to correct.