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    The only way to have a friend is to be one.

    Ralph Waldo Emerson
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    Kindness is the language which the deaf can hear and the blind can see.

    Mark Twain
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    What greater thing is there for two souls than to feel that they are joined...to be at one with each other in silent unspeakable memories.

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    Trust is the glue of life. It's the most essential ingredient in effective communication.

    Stepen R. Covey
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    The best thing in life is finding someone who knows all your mistakes and weaknesses and still thinks you’re completely amazing.

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The Wolf

the Wolf"Point-two-percent is the difference between domestic dog DNA and grey wolf DNA, whereas the difference between coyote DNA and dog DNA is 4%...... So the grey wolf is by far the closest match." BBC News

This widely acknowledged fact provides us with great clues as to their behaviour within their complex social structure (including 'dominance') and pack heirarchy.

It really helps to understand our dogs are operating from these long-held roots. When faced with situations in our human world they can’t possibly comprehend, is it any wonder they display ‘behavioural problems’?

the WolfAnd don’t just take my word for it!

Many great scientists and ethologists have studied and researched this topic for years.

With this evidence it is easy to appreciate our own responsibility to our best friends. This is our environment and we understand how it works so surely it’s up to us to take the lead?..

Our dogs after all, are simply being dogs.


Change the way you relate to your dog forever!

Linda & Sonny
Different Dogs offers a training method accessible to anyone with an open mind and willing heart. Through effective canine communication and by applying simple techniques we can work together to make a world of difference.

Whether you are at your wit’s end with behavioural issues or you wish to start as you mean to go on with a new puppy, Different Dogs can help.

  • Listen to what they’re saying and understand their perspective
  • Learn effective canine communication and improve your relationship
  • Lead the way forward and love your best friend


Work with your dog’s instinctual nature to transform undesirable behaviour and deepen your co-operative bond.

Kindness, patience and respect for the dog are all that’s needed. This is a non-confrontational, gadget-free approach leaving you with information and techniques to last a lifetime.

The wolf

All dogs are very different yet no matter what shape, size, colour, breed or background, they share one major factor in their DNA – their ancestor, the wolf.

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Imagine a relationship in which your dog:

  • Elects you as the leader
  • Responds to your call
  • Listens to your requests
  • Calmly walks at your side
  • Is secure when you leave

By giving calm, clear and consistent leadership signals, your dog will naturally comprehend its role within your ‘pack’, releasing any responsibility-induced stress.

Employing a language your dog already understands makes it easier to address any non-medical behavioural problems, leaving you both free to enjoy a happy, relaxed life together.

walking in unison

Hover over our different dogs to see what their best friends said....




"I had a long list of issues with my dog Sid before I met Linda, but after a few weeks of applying the method we could see an improvement in his behaviour. Sid no longer rushes out the front door as soon as it opens, he no longer jumps and barks when I take him out on the lead or lunges at strangers when he meets them. He is like a different dog. Thank you Linda!"
M. Carter, Witney.




"Linda was fantastic and very patient. She has continued to help us via telephone calls and emails. After two weeks of applying the techniques we are seeing the benefits – fantastic! Highly recommended."
T. Cuthbert, Banbury.




"Linda’s approach is unique & extremely effective because she is focused on the ‘person and dog’ communication – not just the dog!."
V. Clark, Henley on Thames