Dima Yeremenko, MSc, was born in 1970 in Kharkov, Ukraine. Often called a Dog Whisperer, he graduated as a dog instructor at the age of 15 and was soon judging championships all over the country. Dima has also worked with wolves and foxes as well as a number of other species from cats to horses, birds and fish. In 1991, he came to Britain to study for a PhD at reading University. He founded the Good Boy Dog School in Hampstead, London, in 1996, which has quickly established a reputation as one of the finest in the country – The Times described Dima as ‘the magic dog whisperer of North London’. Dima works closely with the RSPCA and Battersea Dogs Home in retraining rescue dogs and also specialises in training dogs for competitions and modelling assignments for print and TV media. Co-author Emily Randolph is an American journalist living in London with her husband and Jack Russell Terrier, Julia. It was through Julia’s very bad behaviour that she met Dima, who transformed their lives. This is Emily's first book.
Dog Whisperer, Dog Instructor, Rescue Dog Trainer, Competition Dog Trainer, Author