Malcolm works full time as a canine behaviour consultant in Bedfordshire
Malcolm works full time as a canine behaviour consultant in Bedfordshire and the surrounding counties where he meets his clients at their own homes advising on and resolving their reported canine behaviour problems.
He also runs a canine training school located in the outlying village of Old Warden ‘Paws For Thoughts Canine Dog Training School’ which opens for clients most Sundays in the year. Malcolm also has recently added a late evening separate canine class at the school where he personally meets and trains dogs with their owners that require deeper socialisation sessions often complimenting their prior one to one consultations.
Malcolm works full time as a canine behaviour consultant in Cambridgeshire and the surrounding counties where he meets his clients at their own homes advising on and modifying their reported canine behaviour problems.
He also has a 2 acre+ training school located at his Canine Training and Behaviour Centre at Ferry House in Cambridgeshire, which opens each Sunday and mid week Wednesday. This centre allows not only obedience classes but allows Malcolm to continue with the dogs socialisation following on from his consultations.
Malcolm has a wealth of experience modifying and often resolving behavioural issues such as dog on dog aggression, dog on people aggression, separation anxiety problems and more common issues such as recall training and all obedience issues. He explains, "I teach people how to resolve their dogs' problems"
Malcolm has a Masters Degree in 'Professional Practice Canine Behaviour and Psychology' completed through Middlesex University. He is a Master Trainer with The Guild of Dog Trainers and follows the statement of ‘Balanced Intelligent Dog Training’.
He has worked closely with the Labrador Rescue South east and been instrumental in assisting the Charity in the training and re homing of their dogs. He has also a strong association with the National Guide Dogs for the Blind and has planned and organised dog shows to raise much needed funds.
- One to One Trainer
- Behaviour Advice