Welcome to Sue Kewley Practice
Dog Training Suffolk & Norfolk
Dip CABT (QCF Level 3)
Practitioner of the COAPE Association of Applied Pet Behaviourists and Trainers (CAPBT)
Association of Pet Dog Trainers Member No 826
Animal Behaviour & Training Council (ABTC) Registered Practitioner
Dog Training Suffolk
If you are looking for dog behaviour help then Sue can help you. With 30 years of experience dog training courses Suffolk & Norfolk, Sue has plenty of experience in tackling all behaviour and training problems such as dog to dog aggression, separation anxiety, jumping up and lead pulling.
Sue is a Practitioner of the COAPE Association of Applied Pet Behaviourists and Trainers. Click on the logo to read why this qualification makes us the best in the industry.
Sue Kewley is a behaviour practitioner, seeing dogs and cats on vet referral. Following many years of German Shepherd breeding, and studying animal behaviour in boarding kennels, she successfully completed her Coape Diploma in Companion Animal Behaviour and Training, and went on to undertake further assessment to gain accreditation as a CAPBT Practitioner. Sue is also a member of the Association of Pet Dog Trainers (APDT UK 826).
Sue is based in north Suffolk where she runs a Sue Kewley Practice, specialising in puppy life skills courses, individual training sessions and puppy training consultations. She lives with her German Shepherd and the occasional litter of puppies!
Sue Kewley on the BBC
Sue Kewley in Dogs Today Magazine
Sue has recently appeared in Dogs Today magazine as resident expert in dog behaviour. Visit our Dog Behaviour Courses Suffolk & Norfolk articles page to read more.
Cat Behaviour Expert
Sue Kewley is also a trained expert in cat behaviour and can help with issues including:
- Inappropriate Eating
Sue Kewley Practice have been in business for many years and have countless satisfied customers. Click here to read testimonials from just a selection.
Below: Dog training expert Sue Kewley takes Brock out for some socialisation, to meet new people and practice loose lead walking. He was lovely, and even said hello to new people!
See more videos on our dog training videos page
Below: One happy customer drew this cartoon to illustrate her experience with Sue:
If your dog is unruly
call Auntie Sue Kewley,
her training is thorough, yet fun.
The dogs think she’s great
and it’s never too late
and her methods are second to none.