Professional dog training & behavioural advice | Redhill | Reigate | East Grinstead | Horley | Oxted

Practical, Kind, Effective Methods Tailored to Suit You and your Dogs

Weekend, Evening and Week Day Appointments

Co-operative Canines is run by Professional Dog Trainer and Behaviourist
Sally Bartlett,

Full Training Member of the Canine Behaviour and Training Society
Registered Animal Training Instructor with the
Animal Behaviour & Training Council (ABTC)
Associate of the Northern Centre for Canine Behaviour
Qualified Instructor with the British Institute of Professional Dog Trainers

Advanced Diploma in Canine Behaviour Management
Many Years' Practical Experience as a Dog-Owner, Trainer and Behaviourist

Conveniently located for Redhill, Reigate, Banstead, East Grinstead, Caterham, Horley, Oxted, Purley, Coulsdon and surrounding areas.


How I can help you and your dogs

  • Sensible, structured and personalised training programs (small classes and one-to-one) will help you achieve quicker, more consistent obedience and attention from your dogs.
  • Practical training and behavioural advice carried out in the most suitable location for your needs (at home or more challenging outdoor areas where you may be experiencing difficulties) will also help you achieve quicker, more consistent obedience and attention from your dogs.
  • Ensuring your puppy or older dog acquires the essential socialisation skills - both with people and other dogs.
  • Helping you through the early days of puppyhood with advice on common issues such as basic training, good manners, house training, play biting, avoiding separation issues.
  • Pre-vaccination (one-to-one) puppy training in your home allows you to start training one month earlier to when most puppies attend classes.  This has the benefit of giving you the skills to train, build a strong bond, set guidelines (for puppy and your family) and so accelerate training and good behaviour, giving your puppy the structured and secure environment he or she deserves. 
  • Helping you with your older dogs' behavioural issues such as aggression, car chasing, general adolescent exuberance and other unwanted behaviours.
  • Building focus and motivation for competitive training - essential for disciplines such as obedience or agility.

Services offered

One-to-one training and behavioural advice

  • Practical training and behavioural advice for puppies and adult dogs with a training programme specifically tailored to you, your family and your dogs
  • Please see more detailed information on the  'One-to-One' page or call me for a no-obligation chat about your dogs' training and behavioural needs

Group training classes for puppies and adult dogs

  • Outdoor classes ensure solid foundations of correct behaviour in a challenging outdoor environment
  • A more realistic and effective training environment than indoor classes
  • Dogs are more relaxed due to the outdoor, natural training environment (so removing the stress for both owners and dogs)
  • Adult dogs are welcome in classes but please note I cannot deal with any aggression issues in classes - please see one to one page
  • Please see ‘Classes’ page or call me for more information

Action Dog Photography

Coupling my many years' experience of dog training, together with the technical knowledge and experience of photography skills, I am also able to offer photography services: 

  • Beautiful high resolution images of your dogs, horses and other 'friends' and family.
  • Photographic training to enable you to take better photos of your own dogs, other pets and family.

Discounts on photography packages will apply to those who have had dog training with me - please enquire.  For more information, and to see examples of my photography, please go to Action Dog Photography

Charitable support

Co-operative Canines is proud to be a kennel sponsor of Battersea Dogs & Cats Home, a Member of Home Counties Boxer Welfare, and a supporter of many other animal-related charities – please see ‘Links’ page. 

I am also involved with Canine Partners, a charity which homes their trained assistance dogs with disabled people and who now have a training hub in Surrey.  During 2017 - 2018 I was a  'Puppy Parent', which involved raising one of their beautiful Labrador x Golden Retriever puppies from 8 weeks to 15 months old, when she was then ready to successfully move into her new challenge of advanced training.  I continue to be involved in shorter-term fostering a variety of puppies and adolescent dogs for Canine Partners.  

I have also, in 2018, been accepted as a Dog Aid trainer - a charity which trains disabled owners' own dogs to become registered assistance dogs.  This is a very worthwhile charity as many other assistance dog charities have long waiting lists to supply trained assistance dogs.