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About Jo Hinds

Hi, I’m Jo. 

I’m a passionate dog trainer and behaviourist who wants to help you find the fun and joy in being a dog parent. I’m here to help you understand your dog. I’ll guide you through laying solid foundations so that you and your dog can handle whatever life throws at you with confidence. 

I also help dog trainers nail the foundations of puppy training, taking your knowledge beyond basic training onto behaviour so that you can help more puppies and owners with certainty.

Let me tell you a bit about my story and what you can expect if you choose to work with me. Read more…

Number of dogs Jo has worked with:
2455
Updated On: 24/06/2021
List of Breeds
Monday 09:00 – 18:00
TuesdayClosed
Wednesday 09:00 – 18:00
Thursday09:00 – 18:00
Friday09:00 – 18:00
Saturday Closed
Sunday09:00 – 18:00

“I would highly recommend Joanne. She is a true professional. Always punctual, kind and considerate. With her easy to follow methods, so simple, but really effective. Our dog improved within a few days and continues to do so. Thank you Joanne.”

Karen Kirkwood

“When we asked Jo to call and look at Molly I was really worried that we would have huge problems socialising her and due to her strength we were naturally concerned this would lead to defensive/aggressive behaviour.  Having owned dogs for over 30 years this was the first time we had consulted a dog trainer and behaviour specialist but recognised we had to take steps as soon as possible to develop good behaviour in Molly.  Jo’s techniques have been key to improving her responses to situations and people she considered frightening and threatening.  Molly, I believe, distrusted humans and without Jo’s professional help we would have struggled.  Three months on Molly is one of the happiest dogs I have ever known.  She loves life, us and other dogs.  The training is ongoing.  Her knowledge of recall commands is excellent – however she still chooses to ignore me if the alternative option is to play with another dog or puppy I am working on this with Molly and we will get there she is still young.  Molly is much more confident with visitors to the house Jo’s tips were invaluable with this as was her advice as to how Molly looked at certain situations and how we should respond.   Molly is now fully house trained, again this has been quicker due to us following Jo’s techniques. I can confidently say training Molly has been easy, training me much more difficult.  I believe there is no such thing as a bad dog if trained properly early enough – Molly is testament to this.”

Judy and Bill Shannon

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