Meet the team
Lisa Webb DipCABT (QCF Level 6)
Chief Pawducator, Canine Wellbeing Coach, Owner of Canine Thinking
It is also a real privilege that so many of these incredible partnerships stay in touch with us over the longer term and become part of our extended Canine Thinking family, helping shape the support we are so proud to provide and making a huge difference to the lives of their own dogs and of so many others in turn. Collectively we can achieve so much.
I currently share my life with two beautiful rescue hounds, Daylah and Huey, who have both overcome significant medical and behavioural challenges and who not only bring me huge joy (and keep me on my toes!), but continue to educate me about the incredible intricacies of canine behaviour we still have to uncover. The more I learn, the more fascinated I become! You can read their profiles (and the rest of the four-legged Canine Thinking team) here. Dogs really are AMAZING and I love keeping up to date with the newest canine science research as well as helping develop and implement the advances in behaviour and training techniques which result. Our wonderful canine companions enrich our lives in so many ways, it is a pleasure (and our responsibility as guardians) to help them feel their best and enjoy life with us just as much in return.
Find out more about Lisa’s qualifications, experience and specialist areas here
Tilly Coppin BSc
Curator of Pawsomeness, Client Support and the Pawducation Team
My little family is made up of me, four dogs and three cats. Amber and Holly are lovely 12 year old Labradors, while they may both be blind they can snuffle out any treat! Poppy is a snuggly five year old rescue Cocker Spaniel and the final dog in the team is Monty, he’s a goofy four year old rescue Schnauzer x Poodle.
Pawducation Enrichment Specialist and Head of Fabulous Things for Dogs
I also share my life with Daylah Doodlebug and Huey Puppy and am lucky enough to get to spend lots of time with the rescue cases we work with (who often seem to come home on foster!)