what our clients say about Tina Edwards
Dog Training & Behavioral Therapist
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28th March 2014Tina Edwards dealt with:
Tina was very professional and quickly understood our problems with Taz.
Tina and Taz bonded well together and Taz enjoyed the session due to the fact he wanted to please. A lot of work was completed at this time.Sue realised that she was not strong enough with Taz and needed the right help and support which she is getting from Tina. On account of this Sue feels far more relaxed and understands his needs better.
Taz is a young rather large Labrador who was being rather hyperactive and treating Sue like his own personal toy! I worked with both owners helping Sue to see and use calm rules and boundaries which Taz started to understand pretty quickly and because it involved lots of praise, he loved his lessons. I've already made an appointment to go back to check on progress and take the training to the level that his owners want.
9th March 2014Tina Edwards dealt with:
A very professional session. Tina listened to our concerns and needs and gave us some very helpful advice and demonstrated some achievable methods. Our boy responded well to Tina's commands and praise. We both felt that we had some very solid instructions to follow and that we shall have Tina's on-going support in the future. She will be showing us lead work and how to stop pulling, in the next session.
This youngster was exceptionally clever and willing to learn once he understood the new way of communications. His owners enjoyed seeing him respond to their new methods and he thoroughly enjoyed himself with all the attention! He was rather hyperactive, but a change in diet will help him calm down and be able to concentrate more.
Tunbridge Wells, Kent
3rd March 2014Tina Edwards dealt with:
Very thorough and helpful and we learnt some useful techniques.
A rather gorgeous Cocker Spaniel x Poodle, who although very friendly was very much "in your face" or on your head or pulling clothing or demanding attention in other various ways!! Only 6 months old, but once I showed his owners how to communicate so that he understood, he was a very willing pupil and very quick to respond. I am looking forward to an update in a couple of weeks time to assess the next steps.
5th February 2014Tina Edwards dealt with:
We found the training very helpful. We noticed such an improvement in Buddy in his behaviour within days. We have found that any questions or queries that we have had have been answered clearly. We feel very supported by Tina and confident that she will enable us to help Buddy further in his training.
Buddy was rehomed to his owners after being found as a stray. They had not had dogs as adults so were needing some help with his pulling on lead, barking and lunging at cars, toilet training and hyperactivity. He is a really sweet boy and with the consistent work of his owners, will become the dog he was always meant to be.
1st February 2014Tina Edwards dealt with:
Tina gave us good advice on diet and training which we have been following up. Rosie is already much improved. Tina is coming to us again next week.
Rosie is a young Whippet who, living in the countryside, decided that pregnant sheep were great fun to play with!! There was no aggression whatsoever, but obviously she needs to be taught that stock chasing is not acceptable! I worked with her owner putting the basics in place and am now returning to do some more work, if ready we will take her to meet the sheep again to work on her owners control and recall. She will be on a long lead for this to ensure safety for all.
26th January 2014Tina Edwards dealt with:
Was really beneficial, 3hrs of very useful tips and training methods which seems to have already had an effect on the boys.
Two boys who unknown to their family, were barking and howling when left which resulted in an official letter from the Council and a very upset neighbour. We started working calmly on showing the boys that they have no need to worry about being on their own, but will be setting up to record to assess if there are any external triggers setting them off. Early days, but we will try various regime changes until we find the one that works.
20th January 2014Tina Edwards dealt with:
We are very excited about Tina's training program as it's been 24 hours since Tina came to us and we can already see improvements.
I have been back again to visit this client and her two dogs and they have made great progress. Later in the spring I will be returning to help them with problems when they go away in their caravan.
Crowborough,, East Sussex
19th January 2014Tina Edwards dealt with:
Having had Bsssett hounds before and a Beagle we roughly new what we were in for as both breeds are not the easiest to train. Bella certainly has a will of her own . and as we were told by Tina Passive Leadership is essential to get Bella to do as told. However on saying this it is always difficult to ignore her sad eyes when she comes for attention. With 'Will power we are gradually winning'
The main problems have been, jumping up at visitors and ourselves. jumping up to steal food off the kitchen worktop, Leaving her alone , eg going into another room. she wants to be with us all the time. We have now had 3 training sessions and we are making good progress. I have to admit that slow progress has not been the fault of Bella but is us not adhereing to the work program given to us to Tina. Christmas and the number of visitors in and out of the house has not helped, but we are now getting down to daily training
Tina has certainly given us the confidence to be on the winning side.withBella.
NB Bella is a Beagle/Bassett cross.
Bella is certainly a clever young girl with all the personality traits of both Beagles and Bassetts!! However, with quiet calm consistent work she is very responsive and happy to work.
16th January 2014Tina Edwards dealt with:
Tina was great, took control of our dogs so nicely and completely. The only downside is us - we can't quite get it to happen the way she does - but it's only day 2, so there is time. Rome wasn't built in a day! If like me you adore your animals, to suddenly bring regime and control feels both alien and so good! Really its the humans that need to be taught how to communicate, once that is achieved, the dogs just naturally do what you ask. Now where's my "phrase book"!! A lot more practice for us, but if it wasn't for Tina, we would have the heart wrenching decision to rehome on dog, so thank you!
Two female terriers one neutered and one not, who had lived together happily until the younger one began to mature. Problems started when she first came into season and the owners planned to have her neutered, but then she had a phantom pregnancy which really didn't help matters! We agreed on a regime change and I showed them training games to play with each separately to get each dog totally responsive. I have been back to help again and once the neutering has taken place we will do some more work.
12th January 2014Tina Edwards dealt with:
We were very impressed with how the dogs responded to her and we hope to develop the same measure of control. So far we are having mixed results but it is an improvement; practice and perseverance will no doubt tell.
Two terriers one much calmer than the younger rescue! Lots of barking at everything, noises, passers by, door bell, postman, you name it, it was barked at! There was also some sibling rivalry beginning. I showed their owners how to change the way they communicated with the boys who responded really well. Consistency and commitment to daily training will get the results and I am always on hand to help!
Eythorne, Dover, Kent