A little about us...
Hello! My name is Eve Welton and in the photographs you can see Poppy and Jacob, my two very own blind dogs.
When I found out my dog, Poppy, had lost her sight I was heartbroken. I discovered that there was very little support or professional help for me, or indeed to help her to adapt to her new way of life. I was sick of being told to ‘google it’ so I took it upon myself to help Poppy live her very best life.
In 2021 I adopted Jacob from Bosnia through the Blind Dog Rescue UK charity. In the space of just a few months working with him I saw huge improvements, and now I have two blind but happy dogs.
I have made it my mission to show others that it is possible for all dogs to thrive. Dogs are extremely intelligent animals and with the right support and training they can flourish in a caring environment. I am here to help you on your journey to a happy and stress-free life for you and your dog. .
Whether you have a dog who has recently lost their sight, a dog who has been living with a long term condition or a puppy that you want to set up for success, you are in the right place. I use reward-based methods to promote desired behaviours, and will give you the confidence you need to help your dog to learn.
While the dog training industry is not regulated, I am a IMDT qualified and approved dog trainer and have studied animal behaviour and dog first aid. I am a current and active member of the Dog Training College, Pet Professional Network and UK Dog Behaviour and Training Charter. I have also been vetted and approved as a dog trainer by the Dog Training College.
I want you to be confident in the information I deliver and therefore constantly seek to improve my own knowledge. I am currently studying Behaviour, Scent Work and Science with the School of Canine Science and Body Language and Body language, Puppy courses and reactivity with the Dog Training College.
Check out the Services page to see how I can help you.