Edinburgh Holistic Dogs in the Press!
From Local Press, Published Articles, National Newspapers, National Magazines and BBC Radio!
Botanical Veterinary Care Podcast
Suzanne was a guest speaker on Botanical Veterinary Care Podcast getting to chat to Botanical Vet Dr Miriam Main BVM&S MRCVS.
Suzanne and Miriam chatted about Romanian Rescue dogs why they are so unique and how new owners can prepare themselves.
Suzanne also got to chat about being a Dynamic Dog Practitioner, being able to offer gait and posture assessments to aid with the diagnosis of pain in dog’s.
Edinburgh Evening News 31st Oct 2022
Suzanne along with Erick were featured on page 3 of the newspaper to celebrate winning ‘Specialist Dog Training Service of the Year’ for Scotland in the Prestige Business Awards 2022/23.
June 2022 – Edition Dog Magazine Issue 44
Feature Article – Pain and Our Dogs
Suzanne wrote a feature article talking all about the hidden signs of pain in our dogs. The clues that we can easily miss or dismiss unwanted behaviours as dogs being naughty!
She goes on to explain why pain should always be considered a factor when working with dogs and their behaviour problems.
Oct 2021 – Scotland’s Business Awards WINNER
Awarded Best Pet Care Business
Suzanne was announced as the Winner of Best Care Business for Edinburgh and Lothian Regions 2021
‘I was super proud to win this award, I was up against some really amazing businesses and to beat them feels so surreal’
Oct 2020 – K9 Nation Podcast Episode 2.
Rescue Dog Special
Suzanne was a guest speaker on K9 Nation Podcast getting to chat with k9 Nation chief Becky along with Dogs Trust Manager Amanda.
Suzanne got to chat about all things Rescue Dogs from her own story to training rescue dogs and their owners!!! Have a wee listen.
Oct 2020 – Edition Dog Magazine Issue 25.
Suzanne talks about her book ‘The Rescue Dog Rangers Road Map’, what inspired her to write and her own journey with her own adopted dogs.
You can buy your copy of issue 25 from the edition dog website.
Sept 2020 – Guest Author.
Suzanne was among 11 other trainers asked to write a chaphters for this special book. All money from the sales of this book go straight to Dog Rescue Charities in the UK.
The book has been put together by Dominic Hodgson who completed the first Tour De Rescue in 2019.
April 2020 – Woman and Home Magazine.
“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.
March 2020 – The Telegraph
A Crisis can bring out the best in us: Meet the small Businesses creating hope.
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”
Suzanne was featured for creating the Facebook group ‘Edinburgh Dog Owners Lockdown Survival Group’ she provided dog training, games and tips free for all dog owners along with running competitions. The group aimed to provide a little relief from Lockdown as well as helping dog owners manage their dogs.
April 2020 BBC Radio Scotland Mornings with Kaye Adams.
Suzanne was featured as a guest on Kaye Adam’s 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 practice Bea has now learned to give Kaye her paw!
October 2019 – Edinburgh Evening News
‘Edinburgh Woman Lauches Six-Week Course to Help Dog Owners with Shy, Nervous or Reactive Dogs.
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.