Vislor Dog Training Center - Wiltshire

Meet Team Vislor - Wiltshire

Craig - Vislor Dog Trainer.

Craig - Vislor Dog Trainer

Craig was raised in the New Forest where his parents bred German Shepherd dogs. From an early age he has been surrounded by animals. Craig developed a passion for looking after the dogs which inspired him to become a breeder himself and now has over 30 years’ experience.

After graduating from Agricultural College, Craig spent several years farming livestock. During the early 90s he founded his own security business. Craig trained and bred security dogs and supplied general security solutions to businesses across the UK.

In 2000 Craig returned to farming and breeding German Shepherd dogs on his own small holding. Following an introduction to Vislor, he developed a passion for IGP and quickly fell in love with the dog sport. Craig now has his own dog training facilities in Salisbury, Wiltshire.

Kate - Vislor Dog Trainer

Kate has been involved with dogs her whole life. Her father was a security dog handler and there were always plenty of dogs around the family home in Hampshire. Kate’s passion for animals inspired her to run a small holding in Scotland while raising her family.

Kate married Craig in 1991 and together they ran a security business as well as breeding German Shepherds and Rottweilers. They now live on a farm in Wiltshire together with their family.

Kate utilises her extensive experience and knowledge to ensure Vislor achieve the best possible outcomes with even the most challenging of dog behaviour.

Kate ensures that clients are kept informed on their dog's progress with regular picture and video updates. Together Craig and Kate have accrued many 5 star reviews from happy clients across the U.K.

Kate - Vislor Dog Trainer

Darrel - Assistant Dog Trainer.

Darrel - Vislor Trainee Dog Trainer

Darrel was brought up on a farm with his parents breeding German Shepherds and from a young age helped out with taking care of the animals.

Darrel finished school and joined the army. After his time in the army Darrel then returned to helping run the family kennels and training dogs.

He has found a love for dog sport and enjoys working alongside dad Craig to train his dog in IGP dog sport.

Lucy - Assistant Dog Trainer.

Lucy - Vislor Trainee Dog Trainer

Lucy grew up around animals and they have always been a big part of her childhood. Having successfully completed three years at Sparsholt College studying animal management where she gained valuable knowledge and experience in kennel management, training and behaviours of animals.

Lucy continued her studies and qualified as a dog groomer and now has her own dog grooming business.

Lucy is further developing her skills working alongside the family as a dog trainer. She also has a passion for training her own dog in dog sport.

Craig sat with a GSD
Craig training GSD 1
Craig training GSD 2
Craig training GSD 3

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Avril Shaw & Spartan (GSD)

Our 8 month old German shepherd Spartan went to stay with Craig and his wonderful family for three weeks residential boot camp training. It was the hardest decision I’d had to make to leave him as I’d never left him before, but Craig and Kate reassured us that he would be fine and the results would be worth it.

So Spartan’s story began. His puppy training with me was going great until he reached the dreaded adolescence!! Then just like over night BOOM!! He wouldn’t do a thing he was told! He became reactive to everything-dogs, birds, cats even leaves blowing in the wind, no aggression he just wanted to play but it became very dangerous when he was pulling me like a freight train, reactive and lunging at traffic, it was only a matter of time before he would pull me in front of a car or worse. His general behaviour was naughty in the house, counter surfing, and cheekily misbehaving to get a reaction, his puppy biting had stopped but if we did anything he thought was unacceptable ie: taking him by the collar to put in crate for unwanted behaviour he would mouth.

It was hard without him with me for three weeks but Craig sent us regular texts, pictures and video updates of his progress, and handover was fantastic. Everything explained and demonstrated and then Craig taught me how to walk him like he does, plenty of time on handover not rushed at all. Craig calls us regularly also to see how the training is progressing.

Spartan has been home a few days now and his behaviour has dramatically changed for the better. He is much more chilled in the house and listening to me again. His lead walking is second to none! He walks on a lose leash by my side and never pulls, what a joy our walks are now! No reactivity! His personality is the same cheeky boy he always was, just behaving now. I have even taken him to our local pets at home store and he’s perfect in the shop, before he would pull me to the pick n mix and help himself to biscuits, yay!! he’s welcome in the shop again with no fear of shelf surfing.

Thanks to these wonderful DOG GODS our future with our cheeky Spartan is looking the best ever, he can come anywhere and everywhere with us. He has always been cheeky and strong willed but now with expert training in place, training equipment and following Craig’s instructions checking him if he needs a reminder we have the delightful GSD he was always meant to be. We will be staying in touch with Craig and attending more training together to further advance Spartan.

We highly recommend Craig and his family at Vislor training, I don’t know where we would be without them. So if you are struggling with training or may be walking your dog early mornings and late evenings to avoid other dogs and people, look no further, get in touch with Vislor training, they WILL change yours and your dogs life!


Ian Taylor & Digby (Labrador)

Ian Taylor and his Labrador Digby

We have had Digby back now for 2 weeks after spending 3 weeks away with Craig & his family for Residential Dog Boot Camp.

I got Digby when he was a 6-month puppy from a kennel while in KSA, had him at home for 3 months, but was in the process of switching jobs, the idea was to place him back in a dog hotel/ compound for 4-5 weeks max, and do a quick visa run back to the UK… not so simple Covid kicked in, it took me over 13 months to finally get Digby into the UK, so all this time, he’s been having the time of his life, no real control, bouncing around with other dogs & a young lioness (yes it true).

At this point, he’s the best part of 2 years old, with no training !!, not the best start for him. I tried for the best part of a year to work with him, but the gains weren’t worth noting, zero recall, overexcited with anything that moved, no attentiveness, jumping up on people, etc.

Then I came across the Vislor website and read some of the reviews, I was very impressed, but part of me thought, maybe it was a little too late for Digby as he’s now approaching 3yrs old. (2nd May 2022) Spoke to Lorraine about my issues and booked him in. If I'm honest, I didn’t really expect too much, but would have been happy with him being easier on the lead, and not jumping up on people. but WOW what a difference.

I can easily say, what Craig and his team have done in 3 weeks, I could never have done in YEARS. Digby is so calm now on his walks, even to the point he's off the lead over the fields, the jumping up on people has stopped, he generally seems a lot happy with himself as he can interact with other dogs and have a good run. His recall will always need a little work, but that’s more between us both to learn the boundaries, etc. Craig recommended two different collars for Digby which have helped with his continued training.

I don’t know what to say that hasn't already been said by the other posts, but if you ever think it's too late, please don’t, get in touch with Craig and his team, it’s the best decision Ive ever made.

Sarah Reynolds & Buddy (GSD)

Sarah Reynolds and her German Shepherd Dog Buddy

I can not recommend vislor enough.

They have transformed our lives, my German shepherd is 3years old and after other trainers we felt he was a lost cause. Extremely difficult to walk, very anxious and aggressive towards people and dogs.

We had the pleasure of working with craig who start to finish was amazing. From our first meeting he shared his knowledge and explained every inch in detail of the process. He definitely gave me comfort and confidence. Within two weeks my boy was handed over in craigs capable hands, 3weeks of tears passed. But i had videos, messages and calls always updating or answering any of my questions.

The day came and instead of just handing him back again craig went into grate detail informing how to carry on and how everything had gone, he also walked and trained me lol (poor guy). These guys are expert's, they care and they are professional. The best in my opinion, the training continues, the change in my beautiful is incredible and we can now enjoy our walks together

❤ i will forever be grateful to them all.

Kate Hardwick & Loki (Lab x Beagle)

Kate Hardwick & her Lab Beagle cross at Vislor Residential Dog Training - Salisbury

Our 10 month old Lab X Beagle Loki went to stay with Craig and his family for residential training after months of us struggling to manage his behaviour.

Despite looking like a Labrador, Loki is definitely a Beagle at heart and can be very stubborn! He constantly pulled on the lead when we walked him and reacted to other dogs and people by jumping up on his hind legs and wanting to play. It got to the point where walking him was a two person job and we dreaded taking him out as he was so strong and difficult to control. We were deliberately walking him after dark in order to avoid other people and dogs as it became very stressful trying to walk him otherwise.

Before going to stay with Craig, Loki had no off switch. Even after long walks he wouldn’t settle and we spent our evenings trying to stop him mouthing us, chewing sofa cushions, counter surfing and generally running riot around the house. If we put him in his crate to calm down he would persistently whine and cry which wasn’t much fun either. We had attended puppy classes and tried several different trainers and training methods but no amount of treats or training seemed to work, we could never get him to listen or pay attention to us.

Fast forward to now and Loki has been home a couple of weeks. Although he’s still the same cheeky chap, he’s honestly a different dog! He walks to heel beautifully when we go out and we really enjoy taking him out and about with us. He no longer reacts to other dogs the way he did before and is generally much calmer and more attentive. We’ve been able to take him to the pub with us and he sits really nicely despite there being other people and dogs around which we would never have been able to do previously. When he’s at home, he lies down and goes to sleep so we can relax in peace. Craig has also taught him the word “No” which is an absolute miracle!

The handover with Craig was very thorough and we feel confident with what we need to do going forward to continue Loki’s training at home. The WhatsApp group has been really useful for any questions we’ve had since Loki’s been home and Craig has kept in touch with us to check in on our progress and make sure we’re happy with everything.

We cannot thank Craig and his family enough for the work they have done with Loki and would highly recommend to anyone considering the residential bootcamp or training in general.

Abbey Cooper & Vinnie (Cocker Spaniel)

Abbey Cooper & Vinnie her Cocker Spaniel at Vislor Dog Boot Camp - Salisbury

I took my (at the time 6 month old) Cocker Spaniel, Vinnie, to see Craig for an initial consultation and 1-1 training session and wanted to find out a bit more about the residential training. Vinnie is not a 'bad' puppy, but I was struggling with walking to heal, recall and a few general manners and felt really hopeless whenever I took him out as I wasn't enjoying it. I was unsure if what I thought I was doing in terms of training was right, when in fact I was reinforcing the wrong behaviours.

After my initial consultation with Craig and lesson which helped after one day with on the lead heal work, I decided to book Vinnie in to stay with Craig for 3 weeks. I was incredibly apprehensive about leaving him and it felt like the longest three weeks of my life!! Craig is very upfront, transparent and honest about what to expect and what not to expect so you feel at ease knowing what will and won't happen.

I can also safely say that it was the best thing I did - the changes in Vinnie were noticeable the second I took him out. He walks to heal nicely, he will automatically sit and wait at the door until I say he can go and when recalled he comes back to his name and automatically sits near me to wait for his next command. He was never a problem with other dogs or people, but he is just naturally a lot more attentive to me. It gave me such a confidence boost and really kick started me in the right direction.

Vinnie has been home for around 2 months now and keeping everything up. I've followed up with Craig for a few 1-1 sessions to continue working on his recall to get it 100% and find it massively helps keep me on the straight and narrow, more so than my dog!

I'm so glad I found Craig to help - I would definitely recommend

Chris Dayus & Frankie (Belgian Malinois)

Jack Dayus & Frankie the Belgian Malinois at Vislor Residential Dog Training - Salisbury

Our son sent his 12 month old Belgian Malinois to Craig as we were having difficulty walking her as she would lunge aggressively at other dogs. Her recall was good until 7 months of age then she would only come when she was ready!

Craig has done an amazing job, we can all walk her now on a loose lead, she’s much better with other dogs but still a little work to reinforce as she’s a nervous dog. Her recall is now second to none, we don’t have to wait for 2 hours until Frankie is ready to come!

When we had the handover when Frankie came home, Craig and Kate were really informative and showed us how to continue with what she had learnt. They were unconcerned how long the handover took and have been really helpful since.

I would definitely recommend Vislor Salisbury

Sunita Mistry & Alfie (Fox Red Labrador)

Sunita Mistry and her Labrador Alfie at Vislor Residentail Dog Training - Salisbury

We got our fox red Labrador Alfie at 8 weeks during the lockdown at the start of 2021. Whilst he was a wonderfully obedient puppy in the first few months at home, at ten months of age as adolescence kicked in, he became difficult to manage outside of the house on walks because he was reactive towards strangers by barking and especially towards children by lunging and barking. This was incredibly worrying for us and after a lot of online research, we came across Vislor’s website.

From the initial chat with Lorraine, to the first no obligation meeting with Craig, we were instantly made to feel comfortable. It was not easy leaving our boy for four weeks, however Craig, Katie and their amazing family looked after him well and provided updates on how he was getting on. Craig identified Alfie as being a very nervous dog who reacts out of fear. The handover was detailed, not rushed and Craig has stayed in touch since Alfie returned home, providing helpful advice as we take over the training.

In the two weeks that he has been home, we can’t believe the change in him. He’s walking wonderfully on the lead without pulling. He’s more in touch with what we are doing by looking up to us to check-in when we are out walking. Most importantly, he seems comfortable on the whole around strangers, now voluntarily approaching to say hello as opposed to being terrified and barking. We can confidently take him to busy places, on buses and trains and know how to handle him if he ever does react.

Thank you Craig, Katie and family for helping us and Alfie, we’ll forever be grateful for everything you have done.

If you have any problems with your dog, we’d highly recommend contacting Vislor, you won’t regret it!

Neil Munns & Lavina (Dutch Herder)

neil Munns & his dutch Herder Lavina after Vislor Residential Dog Taining Salisbury

My experience with Vislor has been amazing, i was very lucky to have found Craig and his family to support and offer me an exceptional service with my Dutch Herder who had some very bad habits.

She showed bad reactivate problems towards other dogs and small children on bikes. Her behaviour in the car when travelling was just so stressful, it was never pleasant to take her out with us as all she did was bark and jump at the windows trying to get to anything she saw. I had sort a lot of advise from other behaviour dog specialists prior to me contacting Craig and his team... All i ever got was silly prices quoted and everything just seemed a choir to them when telling me so many different ways of approaching this problem i had.

When I met Craig for the first time, his approach was just so different, there was no stressful moments when he done his initial observation on my dog. All was calm and there was no feeling that my dog was a massive problem, it was solvable with the right input. We agreed for my Herder to attend residential for four weeks and that further training, input and commitment would be needed from me to continue her journey afterwards.

Since we have had our Herder back she has been truly amazing, she is a complete different dog.(Honestly) I truly cannot thank Craig and his family enough for what they have done for her. There is no aggression towards Children on bikes anymore and travelling in the car is just a pleasure now, she is such a calmer dog and more focused towards me. The reactivate behaviour has gone towards other dogs, and she is a joy to take out now without being stressed before I leave the house.

The ongoing training from myself is going really well and it is a joy to feel confident and proud of my dog now. If your considering to place your dog in residential for professional training and input, do not look any further!

Craig and his team (family) are just 100% COMMITTED, they keep you updated with videos and texts everyday whilst you dog is in there care.

Thank you again for making a big difference


Anthony James & Harper (GSD)

Harper (GSD) following Vislor Residential Dog Training - Salisbury

Excellent results achieved within a short period of time. Our German Shepherd was boisterous, highly reactive to other dogs and unruly on the lead which made taking her out stressful and a chore which nobody wanted.

After her training she has come back a totally different dog when out and much calmer when in doors without losing any of her personality. She now seems a much happy and content dog and responds to all the commands she was taught for us.

Can not thank Craig and his team enough for what they have achieved for us and our dog. We are now a happy content family once more.

Alison Burton & Maximus (GSD)

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Maximus aka Max Max is our big boy German Shepherd. At around 6 months, literally overnight he became highly reactive to other dogs. As he grew, he’s a big boy averaging 45-47kg, this became unmanageable accompanied by a growing general lack of obedience as he learnt to use his weight and size.

A year and a half of different trainers/behaviourists, large hole in our bank accounts but most importantly complete heart ache that we had to be extremely careful where we walked him, we finally found Vislor in August last year.

Our journey started with a couple of 1:1 sessions with Travis. Max, myself and husband learnt the importance of the following state of mind and experienced immediate progress. We then joined Mo’s reactivity group to build on our 1:1 sessions and were able to be comfortable in an environment where we could share experiences with other owners with similar problems, make mistakes and continue to learn how to manage Max’s reactivity and improve his obedience.

It’s here where fellow owners shared their success stories with the residential training, a really tough decision but we went for it having seen continued progress and knowing how well they would care for our big boy. Max went to stay with Craig and Kate and there were openly communicated reservations by all as to whether they could help further. Those reservations were misplaced.

It is hard to put into words the impacts they had. Max is now respectful, walks ‘steadily’ by our sides, his obedience has increased, and our family members are convinced he’s another dog! He is so much calmer and it is an absolute pleasure and joy to play with him. I now have the confidence to walk him alone in certain places and am building on my own and Max’s confidence by continuing with the training.

We cannot recommend the whole team highly enough; their training is bespoke and their approach kind, welcoming, attentive and has transformed our lives. Our individual training with Max continues together with our journey with Vislor on and off site, they are always a Whatsapp chat away.

Megan C & Eric

Megan & her dog Eric Dog Bootcamp Vislor - Salisbury

We sent our 10 month old puppy (Eric) who has issues with reactivity towards pretty much anything that moved, and dominance issues towards myself and my partner. We had spent 6 months of hell trying different training methods, all of which seemed to make Eric worse. We found Vislor after looking for different residential training programs and they seemed to tick all the boxes. We got passed on to Craig and his family who have honestly changed our lives.

Now it wasn't easy to hand my puppy over to Craig, but after an initial consultation, all our questions were answered, the plan of the handover was given to us to make it as smooth for Eric as possible. There was plenty of tears on the lead up to dropping him off and plenty of tears as we drove away, but the pain of not having him for 5 weeks has been worth every second, so if your considering it don't let the idea of your dog not being around you stop you from sending them on residential training.

Craig explained the process of the ideal plan for the next few weeks, and we parted ways with lots of reassurance, i knew Eric was in safe hands. We had a group whatsapp, and we received our first update on his first night away, they explained we wouldn't hear much from them for the first 2 weeks due to them gaining Eric's trust but after this the updates came every few days (Plenty more happy tears followed). Every few days we'd see progress updates and we couldn't believe it was the same dog we had handed over.

Normally Eric would be walked at quiet times of the day, we would avoid people, dogs, any animals, cars, bikes, everything. If we couldn't change direction from the trigger you would find us climbing into bushes holding onto his lead as tight as possible while he reacted. To 2-3 weeks later having a video of Eric looking at horses, going into a busy town with bikes and pushchairs going past him, relaxing at costa whilst Craig and his family had a coffee, it was so surreal to watch.

On collection of Eric we went for a walk, Craig showed us what to do then we took it in turns to walk together. Any questions we had were answered. The handover is not rushed, and Craig will continue till you feel ready to leave, but don't think that's the end of communication as Craig is at the end of the phone after you've returned home for any questions or concerns.

The big thing is returning home with him, we were worried we wouldn't be able to be the same as Craig but to our amazement the foundations Craig has laid have continued into home life. Eric was a bull in a china shop, and although he still has high energy he is able to switch off, before he wouldn't be able to lye down and relax unless he had a bone or was in his crate, now he's able to lye on his bed in the lounge and relax for however long we want him to.

On his walks, he walks by our side, no pulling, listens to commands, has minimal reaction to anything (the odd bark here and there). Previously Eric would lunge, bark, try and pull us over to get to what ever he could see, and would stay heightened for the entire walk, and now for the first time in months I've been able to walk him in a busy area by myself without my partner ready to take over if he starts to react, and with the handover from Craig I had full confidence in what I needed to do if he ever reacts.

Craig and his family are worth every penny, they've given us back a dog we always dreamed of. We've got a long road ahead to keep him trained and to work on his dominance towards us, but Craig has set him up for a happy life which we never though possible!.

Eric will definitely be returning to Craig for boarding/training if we go on holiday, he's been so well looked after and treated I couldn't have asked for more! We've gone from considering rehoming our dog to planning holidays and places we can take him to travel.

Thank you Craig and to your entire family for all putting in the effort to train Eric and get him to best he can be. We will be forever grateful x

Kelly Facey & Nala

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We cannot recommend Vislor training with Craig and Kate enough! We’ve had our American bully pup back from her residential training for almost a week now and it’s like having a completely different dog in the house(in the best way).

We originally took her to a Vislor training session with Mo, (who was also brilliant and clearly passionate about dog training) after her excessively energetic nature was starting to make it difficult to walk her. It was apparent after this session she would need the intensive residential training to help us get her walking back under control- and they did that and more!

She used to pull us every which way on a walk, we would dread coming across another dog (or pedestrian or cyclist) because of the amount she would pull in order to get to them. Now she walks calmly by our side and barely interacts with the rest of the world. Her interactions within the house have also changed for the better, she is no longer jumping up at guests and is less reactive in general.

If you’re torn about sending your pup away to Craig and Kate do it- you won’t regret it! We missed our girl so much, but it was worth it for how well she’s doing now. They put so much effort into Nala’s training and we can’t believe how far she’s come in a few short weeks. She is by no means perfect, but a thousand times better than what she was!

Craig gave us such a detailed handover that we feel confident in our own abilities to keep up with her training to make sure she stays a pleasure to walk. Both Craig and Kate have checked in on us since she returned home, so their aftercare has been second to none. We want to say a huge thank you to you both and your family for everything you’ve done for us and for Nala!

Andrew Bratchell & Bear (Labrador)

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Andrew Bratchell, family and Labrador Bear at Vislor Residential Dog Boot Camp Handover

We took our fox red Labrador Bear to Craig, Kate and family to help Bear overcome a number of behavioural issues. The lockdown had a negative effect on Bears socialisation at critical times of his development. The net result was that Bear was very nervous of people without dogs, and particularly scared of children. We couldn’t take him any place public without problems.

The training work that Craig and Kate did was incredible. He has lost most of his fears, walks really well on lead and we can take him to public places with confidence. Of course the training continues and we really liked the extensive feedback that Craig and Kate gave to us in terms on ongoing training.

There is a reason why Craig, Kate and family get 5 stars reviews from everyone - they are expert professionals at what they do.

Karan Khanna & Gray (1 yr old GSD)

Karan Khanna with his GSD Gray during Vislor Dog Training - Salisbury training handover

Like all before us, we were very nervous about sending our 1-year old Black German Shepherd Gray away for 3-weeks but we felt we needed professional intervention. Whilst Gray is amazing most of the time, we were really struggling with his reactivity to other dogs and people as well - so much so that we couldn’t take him to parks and what should be an enjoyable activity (ie walking him!) was becoming very stressful and almost impossible for my wife and son.

When we picked up Gray this weekend, it was amazing to see how much he had improved and we have Craig and Kate to thank for that! We have had him home for a few days now and the entire family is able to walk him, even our 10-year old.

No lunging at people at all and he is so much calmer around other dogs (apart from those who have a go at him/us in which case he’s doing his duty and defending us!). He’s also much more attentive towards us.

We also have Craig on the WhatsApp group still offering guidance and support so great to know we can continue to ask questions Now onwards towards off-leading walking and recall!!

Sarah Boden & Olly (18 month Springador)

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Sarah Boden with her Springador at Vislor Residential Dog Training handover.

We sent Olly our 18month old springador to Craig & Kate the beginning of Oct 2021, was having big problems with his reactivness toward people, dogs, runners, bikes (everything and anything) 🙈 Also a big problem to walk as his nose was going away with him which was causing him to pull like a train.

After having training sessions with other trainers I thought it was time to send him away. Trust me I cried like a baby I felt so guilty leaving my baby with someone new to him and us! Craig and Kate reassured me that all was going to be well and would get updates throughout the 3 weeks he spent there with them.!

OLLY is back now and the results are amazing! Just so much more calm and more assertive to us! His lead work has vastly improved he now walks with his head in the air taking everything in where as before he would walk with his nose to floor. He seems much happier and more confident in himself and us when we are out and about.

Our training still continues at home everyday is a training day he is coming on leaps and bounds and the training that has been put in places is fantastic and seeing results 10 fold. Its given us the confidence to continue the training with a very lengthy and strict hand over and a very understanding Craig.

I would Highly recommend to anyone 😁

Thanks for everything Craig & Kate.

Dawn Turner & Bear (6 month old GSD)

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Dawn Turner and her German Shepherd Dog with Crraif from Vislor Dog Training - Salisbury.

Craig and Kate gave us the confidence to try the residential training for our 6m old German shepherd. Bear was having problems with biting and poor manners generally.

When he returned to us he was a completely different dog, the biting has now stopped, we can walk him without issues and can cook and eat a meal without him trying to constantly steal our food.

Thank you so much for the good experience with you both.

Stu Woolley & Ruben

Stu Wooley and his dog Ruben at Residential Dog Training handover.

The difference they have made is unbelievable, Ruben was not responding at all to us, 3 weeks of training and he's a different dog! he listens, he's respectful and a joy to walk.

Thank you

Lada G & Freya (14 month Belgian Malinois)

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I was very apprehensive about sending my 14 month female Belgian malinois for a 3 week residential stay at Vislor. She had problems with nerves and reactivity mainly towards dogs, making regular walks a nightmare.

Craig And Kate kept in touch and kept me updated on her progress through her stay. Since she has come back home I have been able to take her out without worrying, she walks at my heel beautifully and is not phased by other dogs, It’s a drastic improvement and I am so happy that I made the choice to contact vislor for help.

I highly recommend!

Bill Pearce & Cody

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Bill & Karen Pearce with their dog Cody at Vislor Dog Training Center - Salisbury.

Our dog Cody was totally out of control with his barking and disobedience we sent him away for 3 weeks, he has come back a completely different dog. I realise it’s mainly our fault that he turned out this way so we have hade to be educated too..

I’m sure we all will have a great life now without stress..

Many Thanks

Bill & Karen

Kat Dickson & Baxter

Craig and Kate have provided the much needed foundation and advice for our ongoing training, helping us most where we were really struggling. We felt we had almost hit a brick wall of progress, unable to move on because we couldn’t get nice lead walking. Since being home he’s doing really well, his lead walking is so much better, and I’m feeling more confident and relaxed taking him out knowing his overall behaviour is improving.

He also got a dapper groom while he was away.

Thank you!