Milan Shukla, Founder

2001

FROM AN EARLY AGE

When Milan was just 7 years old his uncle had a German Shepherd who he will never forget. He fell in love with him the moment he met him. Spending weeks with Diesel, Milan knew he wanted a dog for himself who he could train.

Sadly, his family refused as they believed he wouldn’t be able to cope with the responsibility. Instead, they told him to get a university degree and a job. So he did just that.

2018

17 years later, once Milan completed his degree in Engineering, he bought his first puppy, a Belgian Malinois! Little did he know how challenging it would be. However, he found it highly rewarding as he began to understand how and why dogs behave the way they do.

Milan faced many challenges with his own dog which he found frustrating and extremely stressful. After he started to attend numerous classes, online seminars and read books he began to understand more of the canine behaviour and began to overcome many problems himself, which he found highly satisfying. He knew he’d like to do the same for others.

To gain a deeper understanding of more complex behaviours, Milan began to study alongside the ISCP and help pet dog owners in his local park. After seeing the transition from frustrated and upset dog owners to happy and playful ones he became obsessed in helping other dog owners around the North East area. 

Today

HELPING MORE PEOPLE

Milan has opened his own training school to provide high quality training to all clients to ensure the dogs lead a happy and healthy lifestyle. He uses a purely positive outlook-based training to ensure dogs feel safe and comfortable.

Milan enjoys the satisfaction of witnessing the dogs progress over time and wants to help more people out as it brings him immense joy seeing others improve their relationships with their dogs. 

Milan is constantly learning more about the behaviour of all canines, from small to large breeds, providing him with a better understanding of why certain dogs behave the way they do which helps him understand their different needs.