She is also a registered instructor with Dog Aid.

She has been assessed by the Association of Pet Dog Trainers (member 1063) and was accepted for membership in 2010. In December 2016 she was invited to become an assessor for the Association and will be assessing prospective new members from 2017.

Kerstin competes in the sports of bikejor and canicross and is Treasurer of Anglian Bikejor & Scooter Club.

Kerstin’s high level of academic achievement, continued professional development and practical experience enables her to provide a quality and professionalism that is second to none.

Kerstin has three German Shorthaired Pointers (Sebbi, Freyr and Prussia) and a Greyster (Aksel)

She has an degree in Canine Behaviour and Training from the University of Hull. She is

also a provisional member of the Association of Pet Behaviour Counsellors,  which

means having gained the relevant academic qualifications she is gaining the practical

experience necessary for full membership; as she is studying to become a Clinical

Animal Behaviourist.