WHAT PEOPLE SAY

Shadow

Just thought I would let you see shadow today on our walk. She made me laugh . 10 years old, bad arthritis in her left leg and still out hunting bouncing like Tigger ? love this dog. Xxx
Now she is sleeping in her favourite place( beside the girls)x thanks for all you have done for us. I have this beautiful, amazing dog because of you. X

 

Michelle and Grant

Fife. September 2016 

Fly boy

Hi Paul,

It's Lyndsey with Fly boy! We came to you a good few years back now but I wanted you to know he keeps going from strength to strength!!! My boy-friend and I are heavily into Surfing now, it's all we do! We converted our van into a camper and are away all the time...... here are some snaps of Fly boy leadless enjoying the happy life he so deserved.... thanks to you and all the hard work we put in!!!

I still remember the first day you came to my house and he lay almost over your feet! You told me then, I had a lovely dog, it just took a couple of years to find himself and settle. He is really happy now and it is what he deserves after five years in and out of kennels. he is 10 now but a total pup still.....it was with you and Sparky and it was down to Sparky that Fly began his road to recovery ...

I will always have Rescue dogs and always know whose door to knock on should I need a helping hand!

I hope all is well with you and life is treating you kind! You truly are wonderful for the fantastic work you do. 

 

Lyndsey and Fly boy

Fife

March 2016

 

 

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Just an note Paul and Family to wish you a Wonderful 2016 and hope you had a great festive season.

Also a big, big thank you for all the support and help you've given me over the past few years.Your presence is much appreciated. Thank you, here's to 2016!

 

Chris Low, Tilly, Cassie and Ellie.

Pitlochry

January 2016

Dear Paul,

Just wanted to thank you for your help with Jasper. The sessions have helped to "train me" and give me the confidence and tools to best work with Jasper. I really see the improvements whilst appreciating it is a continuous process.

Jasper appears happier and it is lovely to see him off the lead and retrieving his ball in the park. Never thought it would be Possible!

Thanks again.

I will keep in touch.

Regards

Jacqueline Kavanagh.

 

Angus

July 2015

Hi Paul,
Just wanted to drop you a wee line to let you how Danny is getting on.
He's doing brilliantly, he has dog friends and there are a few dogs we can actually let him off the lead to play with which is fantastic! I actually got teary eyed when he first got to play with another dog for the first time in so long! Unfortunately, I haven't got any pictures of them together but we just wanted to say thank you so much for helping us. He's a much happier, more settled part of the family now.

Thanks again,
Siobhan, Sheila, Stevie & of course Danny!

 

July 2015 

Paul at Wolfspeak.

 

Thank you so much for helping us with Zola. We are very grateful for her transformation from an unsure dog to a very happy dog. You do a wonderful job.

We will miss the classes,the people and of course the dogs too!

 

Thanks again

Angela and Alan Graham

 

April 2015 Fife

 

 

I first met Paul when my female Sky was 14 weeks old and I wanted to take her to puppy classes. I received a warm welcome from Paul and the rest of the people in the class.

 

Over time he has shown me a way with dogs that I did not know and had not seen before. His calm approach and commitment to helping all owners and their dogs is outstanding. He shows genuine concern for the health and well-being of all dogs within the classes and those out with.

 

Personally and through his charity he has helped organisations all over Scotland and Europe to provide advice, care, equipment and in several cases a loving home for dogs originally from Europe.

 

Paul excels in providing care and advice to the owners of dogs that have any issues, no matter how major or minor they may be or may seem to be initially and nobody is left behind to struggle or feel passed over. He is an excellent individual and I continuously recommend him to various people I meet throughout daily life.

Margaret Montgomery(Dundee) August 2014

Paul became part of my life six years ago when Rosie was a puppy, attended training classes and still “going strong " Maddie came along two years later after Rosie and followed in her paw prints "still going strong ". Two English Bull terriers with completely different characters, something of exhibitionists, showing off their athleticism and "Bullie" temperaments.

 

Paul was put on this earth to share his vast knowledge and wisdom as a dog trainer, both physically and spiritually and believes that love of animals should be a basic human virtue.

 

" SAY LESS, DO MORE AND BE CALM " This ethos of thinking has worked in spades for me and convinced me that my dogs are trainable. I have achieved many goals whilst at training and agility classes and still have great fun thanks to Paul’s patience, understanding and advice.

 

Paul and his wife Sylvia are totally committed to their cause, helping dogs in all walks of life.


They have organised two magnificent Fun Raising Events over the last two years to help various dog charities throughout U.K. and Europe, currently opened up their home to two rescue dogs from Bosnia to add to their clan and helped in re-homing many dogs over the years.

 

Very unselfish gestures which sums up their characters and I am proud to call them my friends.

 

“UNTIL ONE HAS LOVED AN ANIMAL, A PART OF ONE'S SOUL REMAINS UNAWAKENED.”

 

Mo, Rosie and Maddie Christie, August 2014

Paul was recommended to us by a friend who had heard him giving a talk and thought he could help us – and she was so right! In desperation I rang Paul telling him about our three dogs, two of which were very unsociable with other dogs and were causing me no end of worry and upset. We had rescued the Staff X (Tammy) and the Kelpie X (Cleo) while we were living in Australia and had a good few years with them on the farm.

 

 Going to Obedience Classes (Cleo was very obedient and had attended competitions) and enjoying a secluded outdoor life with horses and walks in the Australian Bush. On coming to live in Scotland we brought the three dogs with us and settled into life in a suburb with a fenced back garden near to the edge of the forest. It didn’t take long before we met other dogs on leads and encountered dogs off lead on walks and in places where they shouldn’t have been off lead. Our nightmare began! Frenzied barking from Tammy at the sight of any dog while she was on lead – the barking was so fierce and so intense that there was nothing we could do to stop her. I was embarrassed, fearful and started to dread going outside in public with her. Cleo was a nightmare off the lead! On meeting other dogs on walks while off lead she would snap at them as soon as they approached her and if we met another dog that was off lead while I had mine on lead it was total bedlam. I put muzzles on Tammy and Cleo and began to go for walks in remote areas dreading coming across other dog walkers and wondering why there were so many dogs in the UK!

 

Paul came to the house and met my husband, David, myself and the three dogs. The older dog Penny was a sweet, gentle natured dog whose behaviour was of no concern. I presented Tammy to Paul as our main problem telling him that her raging barking had me in tears and that I was at the end of my tether. Paul had brought his dogs with him and they were in his van outside. After about an hour of talking to David and I about dog psychology and how we needed to provide calm energy, leadership and boundaries, we went outside with Tammy to meet his pack.

 

 Paul had a way about him that was very calm and powerful. He was kind and respectful to us at the same time as showing us the errors of our ways and gave us real practical exercises. He answered all our questions and showed us what to do within the house to give direction and leadership to the three dogs. We went outside, he took Tammy by the lead and brought one of his dogs (on lead) out of the van. Tammy wagged her tail and said hello. WHAT?! No barking? I brought Cleo outside to join the group. As we approached the group Cleo gave the lowest, quietest growl you could barely hear – and Tammy went off! Paul pointed to Cleo “she’s your problem”! Tammy was the voice for the well trained obedient Cleo!! What an eye opener. And so began our journey of recovery – for all of us!

 

Every Saturday we drove 1 ½ hrs to Paul’s Behavioural/Traning Classes in Fife and did two classes with Tammy and Cleo. Although Cleo was obedient, her behaviour and psychological state was fearful around other dogs and she would snap at their approach. It was likely that she would fight if another dog did not back off from her personal space when warned. She was a quiet well behaved dog that outwardly looked harmless – until another dog got too close. Tammy wanted to be friends with other dogs but was unpredictable and reactionary to any dog she thought aggressive, dominant or too bouncy! I have to say that I was nervous and not very confident in those classes to start with! And then as a few weeks went past I began to totally trust Paul’s ability to handle any situation that arose with my dogs or other dogs in the class and his classes became my safe place where I could go and learn to rehabilitate myself and our dogs with confidence and trust. I became the leader, I had my lemon juice at the ready to squirt into Tammy’s mouth the second she fixed onto another dog (she hates the taste, what a great deterrent), I used Cleo’s obedience to my advantage taking her on lead near to other dogs giving her confidence as we passed by knowing that the other dog was under control and I was her protector.

 

 She became desensitised and while she didn’t like it, she would tolerate another dog near to her without snapping. And Tammy made friends in the class as her confidence grew and her need to be Cleo’s spokeswoman diminished. It was quite an amazing process. Between classes we would let our two off lead with Paul’s pack and watch them mix and sniff – his calm and balanced pack showing my two delinquents that all could be calm and friendly.

 

Now, two years on we have many of Paul’s classes under our belts and two amazing dogs who are social and calm! Tammy and Cleo go out twice a week with a trusted dog walker where they run off lead being social and “normal” with an ever changing pack of dogs. We walk Tammy on lead down the High Street in silence! Last year she got second prize at the “Dog with the Waggiest Tail” class at the local annual Agricultural Show! Are they perfect – no, but I’m in charge and I know what to do and feel that I can handle any situation and a week ago we brought home a 10 week old puppy called Harry to join our pack! Would I have done that two years ago? Never! Am I taking Harry to Paul’s Puppy Classes? You bet!


Thank you Paul. You helped us turn our lives around and showed us how to create a happy and calm balanced pack.

 

Dorothy and David Smart ( Borders ) August 2014

 

"Rudi and Elise, the two dogs I presently share my life with have both attended the various classes that Paul runs every weekend at Kilmany in Fife. Rudi, who is now nearly 3yrs old went to Puppy Classes, then onto Adult Classes for a time before he was incapacitated due to illness and had to stop going. Elise, who is nearly 2yrs old also attended Puppy Classes, and still attends Adult Classes every Sunday. She also did a 10wk block of Search & Tracking training, which she loved!

Paul's classes focus on improving and enhancing the relationship you have with your dog, so he only promotes the use of kind, reward-based training methods, which along with his dedication, enthusiasm and patience, makes every class a fun experience for both dog and owner! The classes take place outside in a large field (in all weathers!...a much more realistic setting than the inside of a church hall!) ) and cover all the usual basic commands you want your dog to master, plus some! He is also always on the end of a phone if you need some advice, support or guidance...he is such a lovely caring person, and nothing is too much bother for him!

 

Elise, the younger of my two dogs has also benefited from the one to one sessions that he offers. From a very early age she has been quite nervous of strange dogs and at times would bark and lunge at them as they walked past her. This was really stressful for both her and myself, so Paul did a home visit and came out on a walk with us so that he could assess her in her own environment. He then created an individual training programme which was tailor-made to meet her (and my) specific needs and thus help me deal with her little outbursts! Following this programme, along with attending the weekly training classes has made such a huge difference. I now have a much better understanding of her issues and how to manage them, and this in turn has made me more confident when taking her out, and she is also a much calmer and happier dog now!

Unfortunately it is with great sadness that i have recently found out that Elise has possibly got an incurable neurological condition. She is a lovely wee girl, and this has come as such a devastating blow especially since my other dog has also had health issues. Paul has been constantly on the phone asking after her welfare, and he has been a great support to me too. She continues to attend her weekly training class as she loves it so much, and as an added bonus I have made some lovely friends over the past year too.


I will always have dogs in my life, and they will always attend Paul's classes. His understanding and handling of all types of dogs, and they way in which he connects with them is truly amazing.


In my opinion he is a first class dog trainer!

 

Mrs Annette Leslie
Carnoustie
March 2014

“Paul Connolly of Wolfspeak has been a supporter of German Shepherd Rescue Scotland since our very early days when we started the Rescue.

 

He has helped in assessing the difficult dogs we have taken in and once they have been re-homed, invited the new owners to attend his training classes for an initial assessment course of ten weeks at no cost to the owner or the Rescue, no matter how difficult the German Shepherd's behaviour is in the beginning.

 

Many Shepherds come into our care untrained and have not been socialised. Paul helps turn these dogs around into confident, happy dogs.

 

Paul has held seminars on all aspects of owning a dog or rescuing a dog and held special training days for the Rescue and our Volunteers.

 

Paul and his wife Sylvia have helped promote the rescue and raise much needed funds by organising and hosting The Wolfspeak Charity Fundraisers Fun Days and Dog Shows. The rescue thanks you both for your valued friendship and support."

 

Liz Bowers
German Shepherd Rescue Scotland.

"Paul’s positive approach to dog training has been an essential part of our dogs’ lives over the last ten years. All of the classes -whether puppy, obedience or scent training - focus on learning how to understand our dogs so that we can live in harmony together. We recently lost our dogs in tragic circumstances and our confidence was at an all-time low. Without Paul’s words of support and faith in us as dog handlers I doubt that we would be on the rewarding journey we are on with our new addition. It is my belief that we owe it to our dogs and puppies to invest in, and commit to, decent training and Wolfspeak is the place to do it."

 

Lisa Marshall
Fife
April 2014

After having tried other classes, I found out about Paul through German Shepherd Rescue Scotland. I started taking my GSD Kohl to his class and when we got involved with fostering for the rescue, he was only too happy to help by allowing our foster dogs to attend his class, I now take my new boy Diesel to his class, he came to us as a foster and fitted in so well with our pack, we just had to keep him. I admire Paul for what he does for dogs, it is refreshing to meet a trainer who is willing to help any dog (and their owner) where there are issues e.g. anxiety, aggression, where others may decline to help. Having seen many dogs attend his class, it is always an amazing transformation, when you can see a 'naughty' dog changing into a well behaved balanced dog, with the handlers learning calming techniques and confidence. Would highly recommend Paul to all dog lovers and encourage them to come along to his classes.

Thanks to Paul from Gail, Kohl and Diesel (2014)

 

Paul, I want to thank you for helping us to understand Olly. He brings so much to our family everyday and as our training progresses I am growing in confidence too.

When you came to our house I said I wanted the same communication with Olly that I used to have with my horse, Last weekend we went to the Bichon Frise Club of Scotland's Xmas party. We had great fun with about 40 other Bichons. Olly loved speaking to the other dogs but always remained "with me", listening and obeying my quiet commands. Olly was so on the ball, that he won the Obedience class! he also won Best dog in the 1-3 years of age class and "Best Male Dog! He then went on to winthe Obstacle race  and the "sausage race". Winning all this was slightly embarrassing but I think he did so well because we were both relaxed, happy and connected. none of this would have happened without your help, so thank you!!

 

Claire Gammi. 2015 Fife

 

Thank you for all you do in the complicated world of Dogs and People. look forward to seeing you more in 2015.

 

Kylie Robinson  2015 Fife  

Thank you so much for everything you did to support the Summer Fayre and Dog Show, by agreeing to Judge our Dogs in their various classes, it was kind of to give up your day..... without your time and effort the day wouldn't have been so successful.

Clare Coleman
Chair
Forgan Arts Centre
Scottish Charity Number  SCO008537   (August 2014)



."Paul was recommended to us by the Dog Warden when we had our Akita pups identi-tagged. On his first visit there was no time limit. He wanted to get to know the dogs, read their characters and work out an individual program for each of them. We were very impressed by Paul's approach to our dogs and professional and friendly attitude towards us. As the lessons progressed we all gained confidence. Misha and Cooper are now well behaved, happy dogs that are completely in love with Paul. We are happy owners who could not have done without Paul's expert training. We are indebted to him."
Mr. & Mrs. Cardwell, Lancashire
Misha & Cooper (Akitas)

"On my first home consultation visit my first impression/instincts told me: Paul was and is a very competent, professional and conscientious Instructor/Dog Trainer. I have seen Paul working with all the dogs and he has a remarkable, gifted approach towards them, both physical and spiritual. Also he has an excellent personality with the owners too. He makes you feel confident and in control to succeed throughout the hard, good and fun times, whether it be class sessions or your own personal needs. I have no hesitation in recommending Paul to anyone. He will solve all your problems."

 

 

Mr. & Mrs. Martin, Lancashire
Oscar (Border Collie)
 

"The enclosed photo was taken near Callender in November and is to show Sam at his best, obedient, loving and a tribute to your outstanding ability. With ever grateful thanks."
 
Anne Stefani, Lancashire
Sam (Pointer)

 
"Just a little note to say how grateful I am, for you helping me with my dog Blaze. I am really pleased I phoned you, I thought I wasn't going to get her back because of the baby. It has been a great experience to see how dog trainers work and to have been shown techniques of what to do with my dog. It has been fun to see the outcome and I can see it has definitely changed my dog for the best."
 
Kerry Burns, Arbroath
Blaze (Jack Russell)

 
"Paul Connolly came highly recommended by a neighbour who had seen great improvements after using his techniques. Paul came to see Sasha in the home to discuss the problems we were experiencing. After the initial consultation Paul immediately put my mind at ease and assured me Sasha's problems were down to lack of socialisation and four months of being in kennels and that she was not an aggressive dog. A number of techniques were to be introduced in the home for use with all members of the family and also a range of alternative remedies were offered. Paul has always had confidence in Sasha and has always been there when I needed his expert guidance. He has done a tremendous job in training Sasha and helping me understand her problems, giving me the confidence to deal with them."
 
Cath Boyle, Lancashire
Sasha (German Shepherd Cross)

 
"Thank you for all your advice regarding Rosie. She really has settled and I don't use the cage anymore for her. I continue to keep her guessing and the puddles have stopped along with the aggression to other dogs on our walks. Everyone sees a difference in her!!"
 
Gillian Martin, Dundee
Rosie (Corgi)

 
"I have known Paul and Sylvia for three years. Personally I have found them to be supportive, honest and trustworthy. Paul has helped me with my dog when she was too young to go to puppy classes with training and toilet training. Professionally they both have very high standards and treat all their clients and dogs as individuals. I have seen Paul deal with difficult dogs which needed firm handling, I have also seen first hand how he helps owners understand how to treat their dog to get the best results for both parties. I have recommended Paul to friends of mine when they have problems with their dogs and have always had good feedback."
 
Sandra George, Lancashire


"I asked Paul for help after experiencing a major and stressful change to my circumstances, which affected Dexter, who was 6 months old at the time, quite badly and manifested itself in a number of different ways. His advice was invaluable, but no matter how hard I tried, it was difficult to put it into practice until things settled down once more. Paul, however, was always at the end of the phone during those transitional months and willing to help in any way he could. His ongoing help, advice and support and un-ending patience has meant that, at 2 years old, Dexter is now a much happier and more relaxed and affectionate dog who loves his new hobby of agility and who I no longer worry about. I'd have no hesitation in recommending Paul to anyone. Please read my BLOG where I recount my experiences of owning dogs and my learning curve."

 

 

Elaine Milne, Dundee
Dexter (Miniature Schnauzer)

"On my first home consultation visit my first impression/instincts told me: Paul was and is a very competent, professional and conscientious Instructor/Dog Trainer. I have seen Paul working with all the dogs and he has a remarkable, gifted approach towards them, both physical and spiritual. Also he has an excellent personality with the owners too. He makes you feel confident and in control to succeed throughout the hard, good and fun times, whether it be class sessions or your own personal needs. I have no hesitation in recommending Paul to anyone. He will solve all your problems."

 

 

Mr. & Mrs. Martin, Lancashire
Oscar (Border Collie)
 

"The enclosed photo was taken near Callender in November and is to show Sam at his best, obedient, loving and a tribute to your outstanding ability. With ever grateful thanks."
 
Anne Stefani, Lancashire
Sam (Pointer)

 
"Just a little note to say how grateful I am, for you helping me with my dog Blaze. I am really pleased I phoned you, I thought I wasn't going to get her back because of the baby. It has been a great experience to see how dog trainers work and to have been shown techniques of what to do with my dog. It has been fun to see the outcome and I can see it has definitely changed my dog for the best."
 
Kerry Burns, Arbroath
Blaze (Jack Russell)

 
"Paul Connolly came highly recommended by a neighbour who had seen great improvements after using his techniques. Paul came to see Sasha in the home to discuss the problems we were experiencing. After the initial consultation Paul immediately put my mind at ease and assured me Sasha's problems were down to lack of socialisation and four months of being in kennels and that she was not an aggressive dog. A number of techniques were to be introduced in the home for use with all members of the family and also a range of alternative remedies were offered. Paul has always had confidence in Sasha and has always been there when I needed his expert guidance. He has done a tremendous job in training Sasha and helping me understand her problems, giving me the confidence to deal with them."
 
Cath Boyle, Lancashire
Sasha (German Shepherd Cross)

 
"Thank you for all your advice regarding Rosie. She really has settled and I don't use the cage anymore for her. I continue to keep her guessing and the puddles have stopped along with the aggression to other dogs on our walks. Everyone sees a difference in her!!"
 
Gillian Martin, Dundee
Rosie (Corgi)

 
"I have known Paul and Sylvia for three years. Personally I have found them to be supportive, honest and trustworthy. Paul has helped me with my dog when she was too young to go to puppy classes with training and toilet training. Professionally they both have very high standards and treat all their clients and dogs as individuals. I have seen Paul deal with difficult dogs which needed firm handling, I have also seen first hand how he helps owners understand how to treat their dog to get the best results for both parties. I have recommended Paul to friends of mine when they have problems with their dogs and have always had good feedback."
 
Sandra George, Lancashire


"I asked Paul for help after experiencing a major and stressful change to my circumstances, which affected Dexter, who was 6 months old at the time, quite badly and manifested itself in a number of different ways. His advice was invaluable, but no matter how hard I tried, it was difficult to put it into practice until things settled down once more. Paul, however, was always at the end of the phone during those transitional months and willing to help in any way he could. His ongoing help, advice and support and un-ending patience has meant that, at 2 years old, Dexter is now a much happier and more relaxed and affectionate dog who loves his new hobby of agility and who I no longer worry about. I'd have no hesitation in recommending Paul to anyone. Please read my BLOG where I recount my experiences of owning dogs and my learning curve."

 

 

Elaine Milne, Dundee
Dexter (Miniature Schnauzer)

Just a quick email to say that i recieved your news letter and how very pleased i am to hear that your new gorgeous Shepherd is getting on so well.  What a wonderful girl she is and it still amazes me the trust that dogs can have in humans after suffering such cruelty.
 
Just a heads up on Lenny - he is doing just fab and looking rather handsome if i dont say so myself.  Very strong boy with the most submissive attitude towards other dogs (only the small ones) he does however have a tendancy to challenge the larger ones that challenge him but he soon backs down and comes back to me tail wagging and smiling.  I just wanted to say a huge thank you for making me believe in him and the breed!!   I remember my first phone call to you when he was only 6 weeks old and saying "what am i going to do with a Rotweiller" you however changed my uneducated mind on this wonderful breed of dog and i will now only EVER own rotties and it's you i have to thank for that.


I still on the odd occasion have some random abuse shouted at me when walking him and people pick up there dogs.   However, I always end up having the last laugh when i see these types of people coming towards me and I call Lenny in and make him SIT and STAY why they walk past with dog in arms yapping and trying to take a chunk out of my boy who doesnt pay the slightest bit of attention, all thanks to you for your guidance and my hard work to make him an ambassador of his breed. 


His hips still play him up from time to time especially with the weather that we have just had but still he manages to get through it and is always a happy boy no matter how much pain he seems to be in.  We do our best to keep him comfortable in the cold months and in the summer months he is like a spring chicken and you would never know that he has metal plates in his hips.
 
The good news is i am now 28 weeks pregnant and due on the 20th April.  Joe and i are very much looking forward to our new arrival and cant wait to see how Lenny reacts to a new baby in the house.  I for one, know for a fact he will be absolutley brilliant as always and we can rest assured that if it's a little girl she wont have to many male admirers especially with big Lenny in tow :)
 
Hope you and Sylvia are well
 
Take care
Kerrie
 
P.S.  I have attached a few photos, the first one was his first ever puppy class with you at 11 weeks and the second is of one i took recently, handsome or what???

Dear Paul

You may remember I brought my young black labrador, Milly, to your classes earlier this year.  We had a problem with her taking off and forgetting to come back which made walking her a nightmare.  I just wanted to let you know that all the training has paid off and she now watches for me when we are out walking and comes to heel when called - even when she's playing with other dogs and having fun.  I'm not saying that she could do all the exercises we used to attempt in the classes but as far as I'm concerned she's a brilliant dog and a joy to walk.  I just wanted to let you know of her progress and to thank you so much for all your help and advice.

Kind regards

Lorraine Daly

 

 

 

Dear Paul,

Thank you so much for coming to our home and working with Juno. you achieved more in two hours than we have done in the whole time we have had him. He already seems calmer and more relaxed.

 

We are so excited about the future together and about us all growing as a family now that Juno, Bethany my dad and I are all training and learning together.

 

Thank you so much for changing our lives.

Karen,Bethany, Bill and Juno Morton

(Lurcher x Deerhound)

"SAY LESS, DO MORE AND BE CALM"

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