Lyn is the owner of Happy Dogs Training School and has two dogs, Abby, a working Labrador and Muppet a working Cocker Spaniel. Her own dogs participate in a wide range of classes and have all passed their Gold Good Citizen Award. Lyn has been involved with dogs all her life and for the last 25 years she has taken up a keen interest in dog training and behaviour. She is passionate about responsible dog ownership and the healthy balance of owning a well-trained dog and still having a life, which involves all the other things such as work, family, and hobbies. Lyn has attended and assisted at many different training clubs before deciding to set up her own training centre that could offer everything that owners want. 

Lyn has experience in the fields of obedience, working gun dogs, scent work and agility using a variety of training methods. She has also attended college for canine studies (theory and practical) and is working towards Kennel Club Accreditation. Lyn is an Affiliated Member of the British Institute of Professional Dog Trainers and the RCDTBP and Instructor qualified with the I.A.B.T.C as well as being a qualified Agility Instructor and a qualified Advanced Instructor with the P.D.T.I.




Emma joined the Happy Dogs team in 2018 and gained her PDTI instructors qualification in 2019. Her rescue Staffie named Pretzel is always out and about with her trying lots of new and exciting training, including paddle board classes which along with Puppy Classes and our Good Citizen classes, Emma also teaches here at Happy Dogs. So if you fancy trying something slightly different training wise with your dog, Emma is happy to offer advice, she likes to spend time really getting to know all the puppies and owners who join her courses to make sure she can cater her training advice to each owner she meets.

Emma also offers dog walking services.




Sian is available every weekend to help you with any queries you may have and will be able to book you into any of our classes or workshops.

Our admin assistants are always around of offer a helping hand with anything you may need, as experienced dog handlers themselves they are able to offer help and advice when needed.