Ross holds a Master’s Degree in Canine Behaviour & Psychology after graduating from Middlesex University in North London.
He is a full member of the British Institute of Professional Dog Trainers and a Fellow with the Canine and Feline Behaviour Association of Great Britain. He is acknowledged as a master dog trainer with the Guild of Dog Trainers and an Associate of the British Police & Services Canine Association.
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 for over 12 years he was a feature writer for ‘Dogs Monthly‘ magazine often examining complex human/canine relationships. He has also written for the mainstream press for the Telegraph, Independent and magazines such as Prima as a dog expert.
Ross is also a Fellow and Director of the Canine & Feline Behaviour Association of Great Britain. Ross is a tutor and lecturer with the Cambridge Institute of Dog Behaviour & Training (CIDBT). He is also a qualified Scent Dog Instructor with the UK College of Scent Dogs
He is also involved with Social Services Family Placement teams as a Canine Temperament Assessor & Advisor. He has also worked as an expert witness in court / legal cases under the Dangerous Dogs Act 1991 and the Dogs Act 1871.
Recently Ross has been awarded a Prestigious Certificate from the Pet Education, Training & Behaviour Council (PETbc) for services to Canine Education which was presented at Crufts Dog Show 2019.
Ross is a founder and specialist dog handler with the Dog Safety Education Executive (DogSEE) which is a successful, independent training organisation specialising in canine safety training.
He regularly works with the London Borough of Waltham Forest and Camden Councils as a dog behaviour advisor and has worked with Kent Police Dog School as an independent assessor along with Lewisham and Hertfordshire Councils and many more.
Ross was delighted to be asked by The Kennel Club to speak at Crufts 2014. The lecture was far over-subscribed and he ended up doing two lectures to over 200 delegates. He was invited back to the Kennel Club Career Zone for another talk in 2015 for the last set of dog expert talks. He also regularly speaks at the National Dog Warden Association conferences.
He has also appeared frequently on BBC Radio London (there are some of the interviews on our ‘Media’ page) and numerous other stations discussing dog related topics. He offers seminars and speaking engagements throughout the UK.