Sue Kewley is a respected dog training and behaviour expert with 30 years of practical dog handling experience. She is a highly regarded dog trainer based in Suffolk who sees many dogs on vet referrals.
Sue has two dogs, a German Shepherd and a Labrador, and has bred German Shepherds since 1986. Her experience ranges from competing in obedience shows and writing puppy booklets to running puppy socialisation classes and setting up two breeding, training and boarding kennels. While running the kennels, she trained clients in dog handling and awareness, with a focus on difficult dogs.
As a testament to her knowledge and expertise, Sue has written articles for national publication Dogs Monthly and has appeared on BBC Radio Suffolk as their resident dog behaviour expert.
Sue is a qualified trainer, holding a COAPE Diploma in Companion Animal Behaviour and Training, and is a member of the COAPE Association of Applied Pet Behaviourists and Trainers (CAPBT) as well as being an Animal Behaviour & Training Council (ABTC) Registered Practitioner.
Sue offers dog classes in Suffolk and Norfolk to tackle behavioural problems such as separation anxiety, aggression, stealing food, lead pulling, jumping up, barking and whining. She offers in-depth Pet Training Consultations (including one-to-one sessions) that typically last around two hours, where a history of your pet’s problems will be taken and their behaviour will be assessed so that personalised solutions and coaching can be offered. Another service she provides is Dog Behaviour Therapy to address the underlying stress your pet is experiencing before identifying coping mechanisms and a behaviour modification plan to deliver lasting, long term results. Sue works in close co-operation with your vet to monitor progress and her aim is to help you shape your pet into the perfect, happy companion.