DOG StreamZ Agility Ambassador
Ashleigh Butler - Dog Agility
"...he loves his new collar and I am positive it has made an impact on his energy levels and focus..."
Ashleigh Butler Endorsement
“Sullivan and Pudsey both put their collars on and the next day they were both totally crazy! Pudsey was like a young two-year-old again, he was wild! My mum swears by the human ankle band too and won’t take it off!”
A few weeks later:
“Wow!! Well, the 7-hour round trip was worth it, Sullivan went and won the Crufts singles qualifier today at Gillingham. He has worked brilliantly all weekend, and this reward for him has topped it off. I think his new StreamZ collar has something to do with it. He loves it and I am positive it has made an impact on his energy levels and focus.”
A few weeks after that:
“Both dogs have continued to wear their collars. They do not compete in them but now as a matter of habit, we put them on as soon as they leave the ring. Both Pudsey and Sullivan competed at Crufts 2017. Pudsey used the opportunity as his ‘retiring appearance’ and thoroughly enjoyed his last outing, he is now ready to let Sully take on the top-level competing whilst he chills at home, in his collar of course. Sullivan was an absolute star and took Crufts by storm winning the agility singles!! I think it’s safe to say that they are both loving their new DOG StreamZ collars, thank you!”
Ashleigh Butler Biography
Ashleigh Butler was a Young Kennel Club member for over 13 years and began by training her dogs in YKC training events and competitions.
After competing in the Young Kennel Club Heelwork to Music finals at Crufts for a number of years, Ashleigh and her crossbreed dog, Pudsey, entered and won TV show, Britain’s Got Talent in 2012 catapulting them into overnight fame.
Pudsey (28 December 2005 – 20 July 2017), was a male Border Collie, Bichon Frise, and Chinese Crested powderpuff cross. They achieved prominence as contestants in the sixth series of the television talent show, becoming the first dog trick act to win the competition.
On 21 July 2017, Butler announced that Pudsey had died. Following his death, Ashleigh said that her other trained dog, Sully, would take over future events but would “never become Pudsey”.
Ashleigh and Sully now compete at dog agility events all around the country, including Crufts and representing England at the WAO Championships. They are also regulars at the theatre; currently starring in Alice in Wonderland, in addition to pantomime plans for the festive season.