Online Coaching

Personalised help wherever you live in the world.

Via my online One to One Consultations, I can give you personalised help and support wherever you live in the world.

When you work with me, you’ll receive a  personalised diagnosis for your dog, a tailor made plan for resolving their issues, support to achieve your goals, and have the ability to ask specific questions about your dog.

Wherever in the world

Supporting you on your journey to freedom and stress-free walks.

The Benefits of Online Consultations.

Expert help.

You can receive my expert help wherever you are in the World.


Receive expert help in the comfort of your living room at a time that is convenient to you.  No need to tidy-up or travel for your appointment.

Effective and Efficient.

There are no quick fixes but working online affords the best possible results with the minimum amount of time and effort. 

Personalised Plan.

Every aspect of your One to One Online Consultation is personalised to you and your dog. I’ll remove the guesswork about the cause of the problem and how you should be addressing it.

Support along the way.

Having support as you work through the training means better and faster results for you!


Working online is a cost-effective alternative to in-person consultations.

From an Initial Consultation to a full coaching package, there's a service to suit your needs and budget.

Take a look at my online One to One Consultation options.

Questions? Check out the Frequently Asked Questions section or send me a message.


The most frequently asked questions.

We need to define what you mean by ‘social’. 

It is unfair to expect a dog who is shy to hang out with rowdy, robust players.

With the correct diagnosis, we can ensure that your dog mixes in the right social groups for them. 

When your dog is comfortable with the social situations that they are exposed to, they will not need to respond in an anti-social manner.

Firstly, it is not ethical to deliberately trigger a dog into acting in an antisocial manner. Both for the welfare of your dog and for those around.

Dogs are skilled communicators, and their social behaviour is predictable in similar circumstances.  In order to resolve your dog’s issues, the important factors are identifying their triggers, their play style, and how comfortable they are in different situations.  

The answer to this question is fundamental to the training. We spend a lot of time ensuring that we have the correct diagnosis.

Sometimes the answer is clear, but sometimes we need to do a bit of detective work.

This is a very common issue, particularly if your dog has had squabbles in the past, or you have had run-ins with other owners.

Once you have learnt about your dog’s play style or social skills issue, you will have the confidence to make the best decisions in various situations.

On-going support is vital. Guardians who take advantage of the support available, particularly that of the Wag and Wrestle Community, generally have more successful outcomes.

First and foremost, you must always ensure the safety of others, people and dogs.

If your dog has caused injury, they may have what is referred to as poor bite inhibition. Your dog must wear a muzzle if there is any possibility that they could bite a person or another dog.

There are generally no quick fixes when it comes to changing your dog’s behaviour. 

Don’t worry, you don’t need to a tech whiz! 

After ordering your One to One package, you will receive an email with a link to the Play and Social Skills Questionnaire. This is a Google document.  

You do NOT need to download any  special software or log-in codes for your online meeting.

I use a system called MeetFox for the online meeting. Even those who have struggled using Skype or Zoom find MeetFox easy and  simple to use. 

You will need  internet access with at least 2,500 Kbps upload and 2,500 Kbps download  to maintain good quality. MeetFox works on PCs smartphones, tablets and  laptops with a webcam and microphone.

It works with the following browsers: Google Chrome version 56 and above, Firefox version 51 and above, the newest versions of Safari as well as any mobile browsers (Safari on iPhones, etc.).

Please email me prior to booking if you have any concerns about the online booking and meeting process.

To book your One to One, firstly read through the Package information. Select and order your package. 

You will be sent an email containing a link to a PDF document. This is the Play and Social Skills Questionnaire. The information that you provide forms the basis for your dog’s diagnosis, and what will be covered during our online meeting. Please take your time and complete it in full.

Once your Questionnaire has been returned and reviewed (usually within 2 working days), you will be invited to book your online appointment at a time that is convenient to you.

We will then ‘meet’ and discuss your dog’s case. You will have the opportunity to ask questions and will receive personalised advice.

Following our ‘meeting’ , you will be emailed any relevant handouts to help you.

You will receive weekly email support (for Package Two) to ensure that you are on the right track  and making progress.

You can also join the Facebook group for continued help and support.

If you can't find the answer in the FAQs above, send me a message. I aim to reply within two working days.