Helen has studied a rehabilitation and therapy degree and is currently studying to become a hydrotherapist. Helen believes that physical rehabilitation is an important process in having a healthy dog. Helen spent 6 years as an instructor at dogs for good, helping people with disabilities working closely with a dog provided by the charity to help them gain more independence. She now provides dogs for private clients to help do the same job.
Helen has worked as an independent trainer and behaviourist for 14 years helping many people develop their relationships and bonds, which has led her to become the youngest person ever to achieve the prestigious double Kennel Club Accredited Instructor for companion dogs and assistance dogs and has also been appointed as the youngest ever board member for the scheme.
Helen's aims are to help animals achieve both physical and emotional balance whilst ensuring that their welfare is of top priority. With a little more help more animals and their families can live in harmony, sometimes this may involve rehabilitation and behaviour modification, but essentially time and patience is key.
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