In The Press
Edinburgh Holistic Dogs and Chief Canine Happiness Officer Suzanne in the Media!
From Local Press, Published Articles, National Newspapers, National Magazines and BBC Radio! All the Info is here.
April 2020 – Woman and Home Magazine.
7 Ways to Calm Stressed Pets During Lockdown by Faye M Smith.
“Being at home more often is not only having an impact on our health and
wellbeing, but on our furry friends, too, with many owners reporting
Suzanne is the Featured Expert providing the Tips. Click Here to read the article online.
March 2020 – The Telegraph
By Emma Featherstone.
“A dollop of kindness, a smattering of creativity and a generous helping
of patience begin the recipe for weathering the difficult times. Dip
into the small business community and you’ll uncover these traits in
abundance. In the first three years of starting a company, 60 percent fail. The resilient survivors are just what we need in this crisis”
April 2020 BBC Radio Scotland Mornings with Kaye Adams.
Suzanne featured as a guest on Kaye Adams morning show to talk about her lockdown group and teaching old dogs new tricks. Kaye wanted to know how to teach her dog Bea to give ‘Paw’, so Suzanne created 3 how to videos for Kaye via twitter. After much pracitice Bea has now learned to give Kaye her paw!
October 2019 – Edinburgh Evening News
Suzanne Gould, a dog trainer based in Leith, has worked with a range of
dog in her business, Practically Perfect Dog Training, and says specific
help with reactive or nervous pets is the standout issue with owners.
Published Article for The Edinburgh Reporter Feb 2019
After it was reported nationally that a professional dog walker had been charged with animal abuse, after being recorded hitting a dog in her care, I decided to write this article. It is a step by step guide about how to find a professional dog walker who is right for you, the questions you should ask them and what to avoid.
Published Article for The Edinburgh Reporter March 2019
If you are walking your dog off lead, you must NOT allow your dog to go upto a dog who is being walked on lead. I explain this and why it is really important you know your dog owning manners.