I founded Perfeq Pets as a solo dog walker in 2008 and we’ve gone from strength to strength!
I am a qualified animal behaviour counsellor. I ran my own behavioural counselling business for more than 10 years and I’ve worked for Guide Dogs for the Blind and Dogs for the Disabled.
After 30 years working with animals I am still as passionate as ever about providing the best experience to every pet in my care.
Canine behavioural training is my main passion and working with dogs all day is a dream come true.
I hold a first class BSc (hons) in Zoology and am currently studying for an advanced diploma in canine behaviour management.
My focus at day care is developing optimistic and engaged dogs through training and play. Seeing dogs grow in confidence and their behaviour improve is the biggest highlight of my job!
I absolutely believe that dogs are man’s best friend and that they are as clever and as individual as we allow them to be.
I hold an NVQ level 2 in Animal Care and Welfare in which I studied every aspect of animal life from health to habitat. I’ve worked in kennels and pet shops and have experience with all manner of pets!
Dog behaviour fascinates me and seeing the dogs at day care progress in their learning makes the job so worthwhile.
I’m the newest member of the Perfeq Pets team and I couldn’t be more excited to develop a career with dogs.
I hold a diploma in level 3 animal care and I’ve been riding and caring for horses for around 5 years. I also plan to become a qualified dog groomer in the near future.
It’s my priority to make sure I help the dogs in day care learn new things and give them the best experience possible!
Having joined Linda on walks over the years, I have realised that there is an awful lot to learn about dogs, and every week I learn something new!
One of the great things about working in the Day Care is discovering for myself how different each dog is and getting to understand what makes each one tick.
Oh, and those cuddles that are an essential part of the job!