Ross tutors the following courses:
CIDBT 4004 is a three phase course, phases one and two are Home Study and phase three is a One Day Workshop which you are expected to attend.
This course is all about dogs; dogs, dogs and more dogs… understanding dogs, handling dogs and training dogs. This course is aimed at the dog lover who wants to take their knowledge further either with their own dog or looking to venture into the world of professional dog training…
£345 - 3 Phase Course with Workshop
This course is designed to introduce you to, or to further your development as a dog training instructor.
£485 - 3 Phase Course with Workshop
A holistic approach to dog training and building a symbiotic relationship - ultimately it does what it says on the tin - looks at training techniques for 'real life' situations, rather than controlled in-class training.
£455 - 3 Phase Course with Workshop
In this interesting and in-depth module, discover causes and compounding factors of common canine behaviour problems and investigate owners’ lifestyles, ideas and environments; all of which play a part in the development and also the resolution of problem behaviours in the domestic dog.
£495 - 4 Phase Course without Workshop
This workshop is a relaxed, fun day covering basic dog handing and dog training techniques.
£195 - 1 Day Workshop
This workshop is a relaxed, fun day to set you on the path of instructing, to include theory, demos and fun instruction.
£225 - 1 Day Workshop
This course is focused on raising the bar, ‘upping your game’ and developing a unique, bespoke and amazing product.
£485 - 2 Phase Course with Workshop
Ross holds a Masters’ Degree (Professional Practice) in Canine Behaviour & Psychology. He has been working full-time with dogs for over twenty years. He runs the London Dog Behaviour Company which was established in 1999 and operates on Vet Referral from well over 100 Veterinary Practices. He is a full member of the British Institute of Professional Dog Trainers and a Fellow of the Canine and Feline Behaviour Association of Great Britain. He is a master trainer with the Guild of Dog Trainers and an associate of the British Police & Services Canine Association.
Ross works primarily as a Canine Behaviour Consultant and specialises in obedience training with behaviour case dogs particularly those that display aggression. In addition to his full-time practice, Ross also finds time to contribute to a number of British Pet magazines and Newspapers including ‘Your Dog‘ and the ‘Our Dogs Annual‘ and was a feature writer for ‘Dogs Monthly‘ magazine for over ten years. He has also written for the Telegraph, Independent, Prima Magazine and for ‘Pet People’ (Pet Plan Insurance magazine).
Ross is a founder and specialist dog handler with the Dog Safety Education Executive (DogSEE) which is a successful, independent training organisation specialising in canine safety training. He regularly works with the London Borough of Waltham Forest and Camden Councils as a dog behaviour adviser and has worked with Kent Police Dog School as an independent assessor along with Lewisham and Hertfordshire Councils and many more.
He has also appeared frequently on BBC Radio London and numerous other stations discussing dog related topics. Ross has lectured on three occasions to date at the Kennel Club (Crufts), and been invited to speak at the National Policy Exchange in Central London. He has also worked as an expert witness in court / legal cases under the Dangerous Dogs Act 1991 and the Dogs Act 1871. He was also heavily involved in writing the current Dog Training and Dog Behaviour National Occupational Standards (NOS) with LANTRA.
Ross’s passion has always been ‘real-world training’ for pet dogs, working in London’s Royal Parks and throughout London and the South East. He has trained dogs in multiple competitive disciplines and presently competes and has several titles with his own Rottweilers’ in Working Trials. He has worked with all breeds of dog and lived with a great many too. He presently shares his home with three working Rottweilers and a Pomeranian. All of which have completed their Kennel Club Gold Good Citizen Awards as well as a host of other achievements.
He ran dog training classes for twelve years teaching basic obedience and the good citizen dog scheme although he is best known for the development and success of his Critical Behaviour Classes for aggressive and behaviourally problematic dogs. Although, he no longer runs training classes, he works at various training schools with problematic dogs improving training results.