I cannot imagine my
life without dogs. Especially after the arrival of my own dog
and during my training as an instructor, my love for dogs has
evolved into a deeper curiosity about the behavior of the dog.
Why does a dog do what he does? Why do some things not work as
you might expect? Why do I often get the feeling that the
relationship between dog and owner is not really based on mutual
trust and respect? How do you get such a relationship? What is
this dog trying to say to me?
In order to better
understand dogs behavior and to learn their language, I started
reading more and following courses.
In 2008 and 2009, I
received both the diploma of instructor-educator and
dog behaviorist from Geert De Bolster as the degree of dog instructor from the Royal
Cynologic Union St. Hubertus (KKUSH). Geert De Bolster is a man
with 30 years experience, a barrel full of theoretical knowledge
and an incredible passion for his profession. He taught me
different ways of working and gave visions that I could believe
in. Annual training and courses are required to maintain the
requisite standards of quality. I am proud to present, for 4 years in a row, my labels: