• Alison Roets, Border Collies, Shelty and Zebras on the mountain range of the Drakensburg
  • Alison Roest and Border Collies on the beach in Le Touquet with the moon rising
  • Border Collie playing wih a otter
  • Alison Roets with Border Collies Freya and Ostara in the Helsinki country side4
  • Alison Roets and her horse BK
  • Alison Roets as a 3 year old toddler hugging Tarka the German Shepherd
  • Alison Roets and Freya on the river Rhine in Basel, Switzerland
  • Alison Roets holding her Border Collie Freya in the Prague market square
  • Alison Roets and Denise Roets with dogs on the Magaliesberg
  • Alison Roets and Border Collie Ostara at the FCI Agility World Championships 2010
  • Alison Roets and Border Collie on the dog walk competing at Crufts Agility 2013
  • Alison Roets walking with dogs in the veld at Carlswald, Midrand
  • Alison Roets with Border Collie Freya running on the dog walk in an agility competition
  • Alison Roets and Border Collie Freya with first place rosette Rand Show agility 2006
  • Alison Roets 11 years old holding Border Collie Candice

Alison Roets - Intrinsic connection with dogs

I have an intrinsic connection with animals, specifically dogs. I have spent most of my life working and achieving accolades with dogs. My skills, knowledge and experience are evident in the prolific success that I’ve achieved training dogs for the past 25 years.

Therapy work




Odin the Border Collie sitting with his Paws for Therapy scarf on

I have worked with the charity Paws For People.

Using our especially-trained dogs we visit people who need help to deal with difficulties
in their lives through that unbreakable dog-human bond.

A dog with a calm easy going temperament is perfect for this kind of activity. My dog Odin, seen here was such a placid, friendly dog who loved to be patted by the people he visited.

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Dog training




Freya the Border Collie does obedience with Alison Roets

I trained my Border Collie in obedience to C-test level.

My mother has been running her own canine obedience school for more than 30 years so I grew up surrounded by dogs.

I started training dogs myself when I was eight years old and when I was 15 had my first champion: Hamish, my Border Collie, who became a five-times obedience C-test champion.



Dog agility




Ostara jumping a Smart99 agility hurdle with handler Alison Roets in Austria 2010

Agility is such fun, give me a ring if you'd like to try it.

I have taken a number of top ranking dogs to numerous Agility World Championships. It takes two years or more to prepare a dog for top-level agility competitions and this relies on building an unshakeable trust between dog and handler.


If you would like to do some agility or perhaps need help training a
feisty new dog give me a ring:

07563 540 620