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NEW CLASSES: 14th March
PUPPY PARTIES: 1st March,
IN HOME TRAINING: now available
SPECIFIC BEHAVIOUR: for dog-
“With four dogs, three cats and two reptiles of my own, it’s clear to see that I am passionate about animals, and it is my belief that a well-
“It was my love of animals that drew me into a career working with them some 15 years ago, and I haven’t stopped loving it since. I completed a Degree in Canine Behaviour and Training, before qualifying as a registered veterinary nurse. More recently I embarked onto a Master Degree in Applied Animal Behaviour and Training, I am currently in my second year.
“I set up Pooch Paws because I felt that, by combining my enthusiasm and experience, I could deliver training that has been proven to work and is achievable, even for a novice. I am proud to be the only certified behaviour and adjustment trainer in the East of England, which means I am fully qualified to teach these methods.
About Katey Aldred
Katey has been working in the Animal industry for over 15 years.
She has a level 5 degree accredited under Hull University in Canine Behaviour & Training. Additionally, she is a Registered Veterinary Nurse with the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons holding a Level 3 Diploma in Veterinary Nursing.
Katey regularly completes courses to continue professional development and is a member of professional organisations. She is the only Certified Behaviour Adjustment Training in East Anglia (correct at time of print 2018).
Katey is in the final stages of a Masters Degree in Applied Animal Behaviour and Training (AABT).
ESTABLISHED IN 2005
Pooch Paws was first established as a broader company offering a number of services which included dog walking, dog sitting, ambulance service as well as training. From these early days valuable knowledge was gained into varying breeds. When Katey relocated from Essex to Norfolk the only part of the business to carry on was the training. At this time Katey had gained the knowledge and qualifications to carry out behaviour programs.
At Pooch Paws we believe our clients needs are of the utmost importance and are committed to meeting those needs.
About Pooch Paws
ETHOS OF POOCH PAWS
Pooch Paws follows a force free, empowerment ethos, which applies to each owner as well as their dog. We keep up to date with the most recent scientific developments to deliver the best possible service to our clients. As well as this we are governed by strict codes of conduct by the organisations we are a member of. We work closely with veterinarians and are recommended by many in the local area.
Pooch Paws Dog Training Club has listed status with the Kennel Club UK. Pooch Paws is able to run and organise tests for the Kennel Clubs Good Citizen Dog Scheme, prompting responsible dog ownership.
Progressive Reinforcement Training essentially means teaching animals by rewarding desired behaviours and excluding the intentional use of physical or psychological intimidation.
DOG TRAINING ROOTED IN LOVE & SCIENCE
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For Registered Veterinary Nurses only. Promoting animal health and welfare through the ongoing development of professional excellence in veterinary nursing.
CBATIs are professional trainers who have passed a detailed practical skills assessment and theoretical exam about BAT for dog reactivity.
Representing pet industry professionals who are committed to results based, science based force-
Promotes the welfare of animals in their interactions with humans, lobbying for humane methods in training and behaviour modification.