Wits End Dog Training: helping you to help your dog be the best it can be

Wits End Dog Training, helping you to help your dog be the best it can be.

Wits End Dog Training | The Man

Robin Wenham -

The man behind the training: Robin Wenham

A few words from and about the Wits End founder, Robin Wenham.


My name is Robin and I am a passionate and enthusiastic dog and people trainer. Here are a few of my thoughts on dog training. My intention here is to give you an idea about how I think and how well we might work together to achieve your goal of having a well trained dog.

"My work will be challenging, sometimes frustrating
and full of joyful moments of connection.
I enjoy friendliness, flexibility,
and creativity in my daily life."

My rewards are being able to use my life to make positive changes in the lives of other living beings, both dogs and people. I am determined to make a massive difference in the lives of both the dog and the owner. Often I am fortunate to have the skill to save dogs lives. I reduce stress and bring a sense of control to the lives of dog owners. I have a natural ability to communicate with dogs and people, a gift which I value. I become the translator, coach and communicator to ensure that the relationship between dog and owner goes from strength to strength. I concentrate on communicating and evaluating human and animal behavior. I love to solve problems and every client has a unique situation that requires a skilled evaluation sometimes hundreds of times each session. I get to do what I love to do every day, I love seeing people move towards their goals. Each step forward, however small, is rewarding, seeing the next piece of the puzzle is highly motivational for me.

"I am a fixer, a solver, and a student.
Each dog has something new to teach me."

I am committed to study new developments in our understanding about how the brain works and how we learn. As much as I learn each day I will never know all there is to know about dog thoughts, communication and behavior. I am still learning, discovering and refining my approaches. I will maintain a willingness to learn with wonder and curiosity from each dog and with each dog, from each client and with each client.

A lot of the time I need to be able to expand the goals of each family I work with, understand what they want and creatively figure out how to do this.




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