Owner & Certified Trainer

Hi Guys, my name is Stacey and here is a little background on me.


I grew up in a small country town called Merino and out in the middle of no where my journey towards becoming a trainer begun. My family Breed and competed our dogs in conformation shows across Australia, This took lots of traveling and an abundance of training to compete. Since moving from Hamilton I have had the opportunity to gain experience in vet nursing on the Mornington Peninsula and during this time I had the opportunity to shadow dog trainers in obedience and behaviour modification with the amazing Pk9 in Kew and Peninsula Positive paws dog club, as well as Learn from veterinarians, Vet Nurses and Veterinarian Behaviourists working their magic on some of the most complex medical and behavioural issues. This exposure drove me towards wanting to becoming a certified dog trainer myself! 

With the successful completion of my Certificate III in dog obedience and behaviour modification through the  National Dog Trainers Federation (NDTF) I am proud to welcome the arrival of Mutts About Training to Hamilton!


Trish, Dog haneler

Welcome Aboard Trish,
While Trish isn't certified through NDTF She is always floating around to give you a hand during our classes. Trish has her own accomplishments through study one of them being a course in Dog Training and Psychology making Trish an asset to our obedience classes.

Trish also has years of knowledge and wisdom to share from her background in breeding and training Including a wealth of knowledge in hormonal behaviour, the stages of learning in puppies behavioural issues you can face through genetic lines and gestational periods.



Certified Human trainer 

Leo is well known for his ability to train the trainer through clear cues and Keenness to complete any job and confidence.

Leo has experience with lots of reactive fearful dogs, under and over socialised dogs and Hyper dogs that need a job.

He works with all parties to help them all understand some of the finer details and clear up blurry lines between language barriers 

If you get the opportunity to meet this crazy pup and work with him  you'll be sure to leave with a smile on your face.