About

Jane Hanshaw is a qualified behavioural trainer and instructor, with a wealth of experience of teaching the practical applications of dog training, to both her own clients and students wishing to learn more about the science and art of dog training.  Jane holds an HNC in Canine Behaviour and Training, the COAPE diploma, and in 2010 was accredited by the Kennel Club in Companion Dog, followed up in 2012 with accreditation as a Behavioural Trainer, both of these at the Advanced level.

Jane has taught at Bishop Burton College, IABTC, and has run many lectures, seminars, and practical workshops for the Kennel Club.  She is always a very well received speaker, including when giving lectures at Crufts, as well as delivering highly entertaining, practical demonstrations of dog training to members of the public attending Crufts.

Jane has been involved in dog training for over 30 years; her main love has always been gundogs and she has competed in Trials and Tests and has been known to enter the odd scurry! Jane also loves lots of other breeds and has competed in Obedience and Rally Obedience with her Border Collie, as well as dabbling in Heelwork to Music.

One of Jane’s major passions is puppies and she has been responsible for setting up well-run, educational puppy socialisation classes at many Veterinary Practices across Yorkshire.  She also delivers CPD to other professionals in the field, on “How to Run Successful Puppy Parties”.  This seminar was delivered at BVNA and launched a CPD programme through Holmefield Veterinary Practice, to Vets and Vet Nurses across the UK.