Susan Reeves GoDT (MT)

Sue Reeves is a Master Trainer with the Guild of Dog Trainers, and holds the National Dog training Certificate.  Sue has spent her life surrounded by animals.....all creatures great and small, from hawks to horses, dogs to ducks Sue has had them all!


Every animal encounter is an adventure to embrace and enjoy, one-minute Sue can be schooling a horse and the next, bringing lambs into the world or flying her Harris hawk with the dogs or simply curled up with a good book and Taz the cat.

Having worked with dogs and their owners for over 12 years, not only does Sue have hands on experience, but has also attained Diplomas’ in Dog Training, Dog Behaviour, Puppy training and Agility.


Over the years Sue has advised on all sorts of situations and behaviours her enthusiasm is infectious and she clearly enjoys every minute, and takes great satisfaction in helping the dog and owner to become a contented partnership to be shared for many years to come. 

Jenny Cook

Jenny is a highly experienced Agility instructor who has been competing in Agility for over twenty years, currently running her Border Collie Diesel and also bringing on her new delightful young border Collie pup Fozzie. 

Having a life surrounded by dogs, from large Newfoundlands to small cross breeds, Jenny's passion took her to study with Southampton University where she achieved a level 3 (degree level) in Applied Animal Behaviour.

Jenny runs agility classes and also 121 personalised agility sessions. So if you have a dog that is heading for competitions or you just want to have fun Jenny can help to achieve your goals. 

121 agility sessions are ideal for, not only those of you that want dedicated competition agility instruction, but also for dogs and owners who wish to enjoy the fun of agility but the dog is unhappy around other dogs or busy environments  and needs a little more space and support.

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Mike Adams

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From a young child growing up in South Wales, I've always been around dogs, mainly Border Collies & terriers. Since leaving home I've had the pleasure of owning 3 Border Collies, 1 Welsh Sheepdog and 2 Golden Retrievers.

I'd always wanted to compete at dog agility from a young age and as soon as work commitments allowed I followed my ambition and started competing. My agility career didn't really start as planed either! I bought a Welsh Sheepdog (Teagan) specifically as my first agility dog, but during her puppy class I was talked into running our 12 month old Golden Retriever (Marley), who I took to my first agility competition in 2012.

I currently run 3 dogs competitively:

My Welsh Sheepdog Teagan is now 8 and is my current main competition dog, we have reached KC grade 6 and UKA Senior level. Recently at the Southam competition    ( September 2019) Teagan managed a wonderful clear round at grade 6 (FH) which means we need just one more Agility win for our Grade 7 fingers crossed.  I'm also looking forward  to November where we've qualified for the Animal Health Classic Final.

Chase is my Border Collie who is 6, he is a rescue and was due to be destroyed as he was surplus to requirements on the farm where he was born. He is a cracking dog with a mind of his own; he's super-fast and I've needed to learn a completely different handling system to run him. He's currently KC Grade 4 and this year (2019) we've qualified for two finals to be run at the end of the year.

My young Golden Retriever Woody 2, is in his first year of competing and is proving a joy and showing great potential. Again at Southam, he managed two lovely clear rounds first was competing against grades 1 - 7 (combined 1-7 (LHO))  and he came 37th out of 129 and secondly in a Jumping Combined 1-4 (LHO) he finished 3rd out of 85. 

My beautiful Marley who is now 9 retired in January 2019 having achieved KC Grade 5 & UKA Champion level.

I am currently studying for Kennel Club Accreditation as an Agility Instructor.

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Kelly Rimmell 

Kelly Rimmell has been surrounded by dogs all her life since growing up with a pet Labrador and a Shih Tzu. At the moment she has a Jack Russell (Harley), a Jack Russell cross (Sadie), and Obi the Chihuahua. 

Kelly has 18 years experience working with dogs which including 7 years at a Kennel Club registered breeders.

Her qualifications include:

  • City & Guilds in Dog Care & Welfare.

  • Guide Dog Trainer Qualification from Chester University (GDBA).

  • Dog agility Instructor.


Kelly has competed and won with Harley in agility competitions throughout the UK since 2011 and is keen to share her knowledge and experience to help you and your dog attain a competetion level.