© Stan Rawlinson MTCBPT. MPAACT
H: 0208 979 2019
M: 07976 153161
e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.orgThe Doghouse
Fully Insured Dog Behaviourist and Obedience Trainer, who has owned and worked dogs for over 30 years, starting with gundogs then moving to the behavioural and obedience side of training companion dogs. He now has a successful practice covering Greater London, Surrey, Middlesex, Berkshire, Kent, Sussex, Hampshire, Though is available to travel to any location in the UK if required.
Recommended by numerous Vets, Rescue Centre’s, and Charities. He writes articles and comments on behavioural issues and techniques for dog magazines including Our Dogs, Dogs Monthly, Shooting Times, Pet Talk and Pet Owner Magazine. He has acted as a behavioural expert for Disney, Sky, BBC ITV and LBC. and has appeared on television, radio and in national newspapers on numerous occasions.
He is the Founder Member and current Chairman of PAACT
The Professional Association of Applied Canine Trainers
which brings the disciplines of obedience training and behavioural counseling together under one banner. He also designed and developed the amazing new training aid “The Jingler”
Stan also acts as an expert witness in cases involving the DDA (Dangerous Dogs Act 1991. and lectures and gives practical demonstrations at National and International meetings and symposiums.
Available for Talks, Seminars, and Presentations.
Stan has done many practical displays, seminars and store openings at International, national, and local events including shows, clubs, and major presentations.
He explains and demonstrates how to get the most from your dogs. covering all aspects of training, behaviour, communication, and body language, including how dogs learn and think . He can give a full power point presentations if required, either for a whole day, half a day or just a slot at an outside show or a couple of hours talk at a club or store.
He also gives practical demonstrations of his remarkable ability to work with all dogs by taking them out of the audience despite the fact he has never handled or worked with those before, he then stops them pulling on the lead jumping and has them sitting calm and still whilst he walks away within seconds, something few trainers or behaviourists would ever be able to do or even attempt.
He is a member of the PET bc.The Pet Education Training and Behaviour Council. Which is a British organisation that promotes high standards for canine and pet-related training associations, canine and feline behaviour course providers and similar interest groups in the UK that also represent the future for pet education in companion animal behaviour disciplines.
Stan is also joined CAWC’s registration scheme.
CAWC is The Companion Animal Welfare Council and has signed up to their code of practice. And is involved in their current project which is looking into existing training and behavioural legislation and educational requirements of trainers and behaviourists, and the making of recommendations regarding amendments or additions to current thinking.