DOG Agility World Champion
Stacey Irwin - Dog Agility Team GB
"...We’ve also managed to cut out all her medication, after being told she would have to take steroids and Metacam for the rest of her life, so it’s a big relief to see her pain-free, happier and playing with the other dogs..."
Stacey Irwin Endorsement
Sam: Jack Russell x Cavalier
The biggest difference in Sam since he had his collar has been his energy levels, especially in training, where he’s been giving noticeably more. At a time when before he’d had enough, now he’s shouting/screaming at me as he wants to do more! This obviously then translates into the ring, where he’s been giving me a lot more energy wise and his speed has definitely increased. I’ve also noticed he’s definitely stretching out a lot more than before he had the collar, so his mobility has certainly increased too. We’ve also noticed Sam is a lot more playful, both with the other dogs outside the ring and playing with toys when training; which he never used to before wearing the collar.
Boo: Jack Russell x Cavalier – 8 Years Old
We thought last year she was going to be her last year doing agility, but since wearing the collar she has got a new lease of life. Firstly, in training, she’s giving more and giving more and lasting long, plus she’s a bit naughtier! Secondly, around the house she is a different dog, as she was getting to stage where she’d sit around a lot of the day on her hot water bottle, but now she’s up playing and running around like a lunatic with the other dogs, which to be honest she’s never really done before. It didn’t look like there was anything wrong with her beforehand, but she is quite clearly feeling better in herself now.
Pixie: Crossbreed – 7 Years Old
Pixie had elbow surgery when she was 3 years old, then had 2 years out of competing; came back to competition and won a champ certificate, but we were told she wouldn’t come back to competing. She’s now fully retired though, as she was becoming a bit aggressive because of the pain she was in, both with other dogs and people. Since Pixie has had her StreamZ collar on she’s walking better and is clearly feeling better in herself. We’ve also managed to cut out all her medication, after being told she would have to take steroids and Metacam for the rest of her life to prevent surgery, so it’s a big relief to see her pain-free, happier and playing with the other dogs. Although she’s not doing agility, she’s probably the one I’m most happy with because of what’s she’s been through and the pain she was in; just simply to have a better quality of life!
Stacey Irwin Biography
– Team GB World / European Open Squad 2016 & 2017
– IFCS Team GB 2017 & 2018
– WAO Team England 2015, 2016, 2017 & 2018
– WAO 2018 Silver medalist
– IFCS Double-World Champion 2017
– IFCS Team Bronze Medalist 2017
– Winner 2015 Olympia Small Agility Stakes Final
– Winner 2015 Crufts British Open
Stacey’s K9 Services
Stacey’s K9 Services prides itself on providing high quality, personalised services for your pets. Everything we offer can be tailored to suit your individual needs – whether that’s taking your dog out for its daily exercise or looking after your animals whilst you’re away.
My aim is to provide you with a training session, that helps build a strong bond between you and your dog, whilst having fun. I only use positive methods of training, meaning everything is reward based.