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Kate Nicholas

Kate Nicholas is a professional dog trainer, author, television star and owner of Fort K9 dog training.

An internationally renowned dog trainer in her own right with 15 years of experience in competitive dog sports reaching top level in Flyball, Agility, Obedience, Canine Freestyle/ Heelwork to music and Cani-cross with her own dogs. Kate takes pride in having multi-talented dogs that can hold their own in any sport.

Kate is experienced in behaviour adjustment training of pet and working dogs as well as developing and mentoring handlers in canine sport through master classes and seminars. Kate has trained dogs for media work and is experienced in supervising dogs on TV/film sets.

Kate is a Veteran Soldier of the Royal Army Veterinary Corp

Having had been appointed as a dog trainer at the Defence Animal Centre during her service, Kate specialised in working on the Young Military Working Dog Development project.

Training and passing out Ministry of Defence Police dogs and Protection dogs. Serving as part of the 1st Military Working Dog Regiment in Germany, Kate was deployed to Afghanistan as an operational dog handler.                                                               

As a successful dog trainer, Kate is committed to continuously furthering her knowledge of the latest advancements in dog training and behaviour and has attended seminars and workshops by some of the top British and International training experts. To ensure her clients and their dogs receive first-rate, modern dog training that really works.

Kate’s Current dogs

CSJ provides above and beyond nutrition for my dogs in order to be able to achieve peak physical condition in order to be able to succeed in a variety of different dog sports.

Gin  (Kennel Club name/  Fun and Frolics)

DOB: January 2001

Achievements

Britain’s got talent 2008 finalist and 10,168,773 views on youtube. Long list of live performances and tv show work.

Jade Award Flyball Dog. Racing from 07/02/2004 – 27/10/2012

British Flyball Champion 2007Advanced Canine Freestyle dog

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Ice ( Kennel Club name / Beverton Ice)

DOB/  27/07/2008

Achievements

CDEX Working Trials

BH in IPO

Advanced Canine Freestyle        

Advanced Heelwork to music

Grade 7 Agility dog

Silver Award Flyball Dog / European Flyball Championships 2016 Division 13 Runner up

Class C only Obedience dog

International T.V star

Canicross dog

Herding sheep

 

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Dare ( Kennel Club name/ Dare to Dream)

DOB/ 27/07/2015

Currently training in: Flyball, Canicross, Agility, Obedience , IPO and trick training.

Achievements

Dare had her first canicross race at Cannock Chase on Saturday 24th September 2016 and came 1st female and 3rd overall.

Britain’s Got Talent 2008 finalist and 10,168,773 views on youtube. Long list of live performances and tv show work.

Jade Award Flyball Dog: Racing from 07/02/2004 – 27/10/2012

British Flyball Champion: 2007Advanced Canine Freestyle dog

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