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Sue’s grandfather, parents, two brothers and niece are or were veterinary surgeons. Her childhood was spent in a house full of dogs and cats. When not at school, Sue was riding horses, training her dogs, helping at her parent’s
She started training her dog at the age of 7 using what seemed a very sensible method to her, using tasty bits of food as a reward. It was very successful. Sue always knew she wanted to be a vet. At the last minute
she changed her mind and became a physiotherapist instead!
As an adult Sue has always had cats and owned and trained dogs. She’s been through and disliked the choke chain method of dog training, always remembering how successful she’d been using her own reward method. She’s enjoyed being a physiotherapist but always regretted not being a vet. She heard about Ttouch, decided she liked the sound of the gentle and holistic approach, and enrolled for the training.
She’s loved learning the method and putting it into practice and seeing amazing changes in the animals and the owners she’s worked with.
Will be running regular 1 day TTouch workshops throughout the year.