Natural Instinct are proud to announce the sponsorship of Kali, a Malinois puppy, in association with Sue Williams and the Guild of Dog Trainers.
With our strong commitment to the health of our pets, education and the wellbeing of animals, we have joined forces with Sue Williams (Chairwoman of the Guild of Dog Trainers) to provide free professional advice and tutorials on how to rear a healthy, happy, sociably acceptable family pet.
Each week Sue Williams will be updating the 'Expert Puppy Training' website with useful tips and advice, as well as updating the blog 'Rearing Kali'.
Visit the Expert Puppy Training website now to get the latest info and watch as our chosen puppy Kali grows into being a well balanced happy dog.
Sue Williams, Chairwoman for the Guild of Dog Trainers, is internationally renowned for her knowledge and expertise in training and behavioural modification.
Her contribution has a positive impact on modern dog training techniques, the procedures of which are also used for Police dogs. In addition to her work with the Guild, Sue co-directs and participates in the highly acclaimed Cheshire Dog Display Team and Shadowquest Dog Display Team with her own dogs.
The success of Sue has resulted in her high profile exposure in the media, including numerous T.V. credits and her position as regular, acclaimed feature writer for the canine press.
"As chairwoman of the prestigious Guild of Dog Trainers, I fully endorse and welcome the Guild’s association with Natural Instinct . We share a holistic caring view of canine welfare and stringent ethical practices. I look forward to embracing future challenges and jointly promoting responsible dog ownership."
Sue Williams Bsc, GODT(MT), MCFBA, Chairwoman Guild of Dog Trainers.
Our veterinary supporter, Sue Armstrong, knows all too well from the many behavioural cases that she sees in practice just how important diet can be. These problems include hyper excitability, aggression, poor concentration levels and even the way in which animals are accepted in the home by their human guardians. In these situations dietary change has radically altered the outcome for some animals, in addition to a course of training.
"The more dog trainers out there who understand these principles the better it will be for dogs. Natural Instinct’s association with The Guild reinforces their commitment to help educate both the public and professionals alike for the good of all our dogs."
Sue Armstrong, MA VetMB VETMFHom CertlAVH MRCVS RSHom.Get in Touch