Bev Kerr of Hound Sense is a Certified Master Trainer and Behaviour Specialist. Her goal is to share her insight and knowledge to help people understand their dogs better.
Hound Sense programs can be done privately in your home or in a classroom setting. Whether teaching a dog to track, managing an undesirable behaviour or training an assistance dog, all Hound Sense programs are positive and canine-friendly.
One of the most important aspects of Bev’s work is in helping to educate people about dogs. She presents a variety of workshops and seminars through organizations such as Metro Continuing Education, Health Canada, private groups and associations.
Bev works with the City of Edmonton, attends Community Safety Fairs and works with many local area rescue organizations as well as the SPCA of Puerto Vallarta in Mexico. She has also been a consultant to Indigenous Organizations in Alberta.
Most recently, she developed the Hound Sense Early Socialization Program. It is designed specifically for use by breeders in order to give their pups a good head start before they go to their new homes.
Bev received her certification from the Canada West Canine Centre in Salmon Arm, B.C. She is a member of the International Association of Canine Professionals (IACP) and the International Society for Anthrozoology (ISAZ). She continues her study of canine behaviour through coursework, attending international seminars and spending time with her current best instructor Haiya.
Bev’s First Instructors – TEDDY & BEAR