“I teach dog handling skills to guardians so they can enjoy their relationship with any dog they own”

Jess Probst

Do you feel that you are getting the best out of your relationship with your dog? Are there situations that make you anxious or stressed such as taking your dog for a walk around other dogs or people they don’t know?

Behaviourist Jess Probst B.Sc CFBA is one of only 5 behaviourists in Scotland accredited to the Canine Feline Behaviour Association.

Recommended by vets, works with police and several breed specific rescue charities for assessment and rehabilitation of problematic cases.

Jess has a comprehensive understanding of how dog behaviour can be related to breed traits, training method and environmental factors (how they are raised)

Jess sees your dog, not its behaviour

People walking in the sun with dogs

Educational Dog Walks

You might have realised that you are struggling with your dog. Maybe you’ve looked online, read books and even visited other trainers. But you are still not seeing progress.

It’s time to try something different.

What you need is to be able to bring your dog on a walk and learn about natural dog behaviours.

By attending our Educational Walks you will learn about dog behaviour; how they naturally interact with each other, learn from each other and help each other cooperate to know what is and isn’t acceptable. As a guardian (human owner) you’ll get to learn and practice important skills like recall and lead work, trust and enjoyment walking your dog all in a safe, supportive and very real life environment.

It would normally take months to achieve what Jess achieves in hours on her walks.

Jackie

While training your dogs to respond to commands is important, dog behaviour is about instilling good manners and etiquette

Jess Probst

1-1 Work

Do you want to lay the foundations of your work with your dog by having a focussed intensive 1-1 session with us? Click on learn more to understand what we can do for you

Puppy classes

Are you looking for Reward based puppy classes? Bring your young dog along to our structured classes on a Wednesday in Dundee. We will teach you how to train for good behaviour, and lay the foundations of a trusting relationship.

Dogs as Therapy

When you feel connected to someone for long enough (at least 20 seconds), your brain releases Oxytocin. This is the connection drug. It swells up your blood vessels, reducing your blood pressure, and can even scrub out your arteries.

Dogs provide the perfect opportunity to feel connected, without fear of judgement or upsetting someone. We recognise this and put a lot of time into training good therapy dogs that can provide connection in any setting.