Who we are and what we do

About Wag-A-Lot Dogs

Wag-a-Lot dogs operates out of two locations, my home in Bicester and my training facilities in Merton.

A dog owner, trainer and agility competitor for over 15 years, I have experience in handling and working with dogs of all backgrounds and differing personality traits. 

Dog agility is my passion and I compete at the highest level of the sport with my achievements including:

  • Runner up of the Young Agility Dog of the Year competition at just 16 years of age

  • Olympia finalist at just 16 years of age

  • Winning the Crufts team event in 2010

  • Qualifying for the Team GB Squad in 2015, with the youngest dog on the squad at the time.

  • Winning two Crufts qualifying classes 2015

  • Winning into Championship level with two different dogs, the first when I was just 15 years of age

  • Qualifying for Olympia 2018

Having owned and worked with dogs for so many years, I am able to cater for your dogs individual needs. I am especially experienced with nervous/anxious dogs and those that get easily excited and over-aroused.

How does it work?

At Wag-a-lot the safety and well-being of your pet is the priority and therefore the following rules must be adhered to:

  • All doggy clients must be fully vaccinated one week before attending day care, walking or training.

  • All day care and dog walking clients must complete and return a signed copy of the Wag-A-Lot contract before day care or walking will be provided.

  • All dog training, day care and walking clients must notify me of any behavioural problems their dog may have prior to attending any Wag-A-Lot services.

  • Unfortunately, for safety purposes, the Wag-a-Lot service does not accept dogs with severe aggressive tendancies.