Head Trainer - Bryony Cole

Bryony's back ground is in working dogs. After working and training her own dogs for several years she realised positive training methods were by far the most effective way of getting the best out of her dogs. 
Bryony has achieved many qualifications and accreditations including becoming a force free trick trainer and being one of the first ever qualified World Scent Dog Association Trainers. Bryony trains dogs for TV and film work and is lucky enough to have sponsorship from ProDog Raw and Beco Pets 
Bryony has a Bruno Jura Hound, a fully trained cattle dog (NZ Huntaway), and a Working Line German Shepherd  who she is training for the Mondioring Test.
Bryony's passion is in working dogs and protection sports 



Trainer - Rachel Whiting

Rachel has completed many qualifications and teaches everything from classes to 121's and scootering. With her own dogs, Milo the labrador, and Harvey the Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever, Rachel regularly trains scent work and tricks and is currently completing her Gundog grades with her Toller, Harvey

Training & Behaviour - Sarah Treweek 

Sarah is currently studying for a degree in animal bahviour and will be accreddied by the APBC Sarah also has a love for agility and hoopers, and has a rescue  collie x lab called Maddie.
Sarah has a love for fitness and nutrition and before coming a dog trainer, was a police officer for 29 years.
Sarah and Maddie have passed all four trick levels and competes at agility



Puppies & Young Dogs - Nicola Pilling

Nicola has been teaching puppies and young dogs for many years, she brings a wealth of experience to EYE2EYE and is also a great calming, encouraging coach. Nicola competes at a high level in agility and often uses her dogs to demonstrate in class.  Nic also teaches agility and KC Good Citizen Dog    Scheme awards, and competing both dogs in Rally, Skye - BC and Ricky - BC. Currently studying to be a member of the "Canine Clinical Massage Guild”

Heelwork to Music - Steph Rendall

Steph teaches our heelwork to music classes 
Steph's love of Heelwork to Music began when she watched a demonstration a d taught her 9 year old Jack Russell one of the moves in under 10 minutes. She was able to have lessons from two of THE top handlers in both Heelwork (Carole Dodson) and Freestyle (Richard Curtis) which gave her a solid foundation to build on. This foundation led from Starters to Crufts in under 22 months, and made Lottie, Steph's Jack Russell, the first small dog to qualify for the freestyle finals. From her first dog, a 10 1/2 year old German Shepherd to her current Jack Russells, Steph has trained a variety of breeds, both her own and other people's, in several different activities. Stephs older Jack Russell has competed in 7 classes and been placed in each one.