Ross works primarily through behavioural consultations and specialises in obedience training with behaviour case dogs particularly those that display aggression; he combines his extensive dog behavioural knowledge with obedience training and management for real life situations.
In addition to his full-time practice, Ross also finds time to contribute to a number of British Pet magazines and Newspapers including 'Your Dog' and the 'Our Dogs Annual' and he is a feature writer for 'Dogs Monthly' magazine often examining complex human/dog relationships.
Ross is a tutor and lecturer with the Cambridge Institute of Dog Behaviour & Training (CIDBT). He is also heavily involved with Social Services Family Placement teams as a Dog Temperament Assessor & Advisor. He also regularly works as an expert witness in court / legal cases under the Dangerous Dogs Act 1991 and the Dogs Act 1871.
Recently Ross has been involved with the Guild of Dog Trainers 'Balanced, Intelligent Dog Training' campaign and is delighted to have been chosen by the Pet Education, Training & Behaviour Council (PETbc) to assist with their guide to training and behaviour standards. In addition, Ross is a founder and specialist dog handler with the Dog Safety Education Executive.
In his spare time he competes with his Rottweilers in Working Trials (civilian police dog training).