After working with a variety of animals, Sarah set up her own pet behaviour and training business in 2011, offering one-to-one sessions, obedience classes for puppies and dogs, and phone consultations. She passed the Association of Pet Dog Trainers advanced instructors course, as well as various other short courses; and has a BSc (Hons) in Equine Management.

Never happier than in the company of animals, Sarah's current friend is Labrador Bea. She's 12 now, and a lot slower, but still keen to learn. Bea has a long list of talents, and has tried her paw at: agility, heelwork to music, flyball, gundog training, Treiball, trick training, and obedience. Sarah and Bea's best moment came when they auditioned for Britain's Got Talent, in a team of 13 dogs and handlers. Sadly they didn't make it very far, but Sarah loved working with such an enthusiastic team of trainers.

Having always been interested in writing, and with a passion for film and television (gaining an HNC in Television Production), Sarah finally had the confidence to start writing 'for real' in 2016. Since then she's won the 2018 Hammond House Literary Prize (screenplay category), and has self-published her rom-com 'Run or Love', and her book on dog behaviour 'Help! My Dog Has Issues'. She's also been enjoying writing sketches for Radio Kent, and helps out with the judging for the annual Hammond House Literary Prize.

Sarah now runs classes and workshops about Writing Therapy, to encourage others to learn about creative writing, and find out how it can help us overcome our difficulties. Having suffered with anxiety throughout her life, Sarah knows the benefits of writing, especially journaling. She's also written a book about Writing Therapy.