Chris Kent

Chris Kent

Chris is one of the founders of DogSEE.

A previous career spanning over thirty years in social work, specialising in adolescents, family support and criminal justice means that Chris is one of our leaders on the Social Services canine skills courses.

A penchant for rescued dogs of all breeds means that Chris shares her home with eight rescued dogs. Her skills with people and dogs has led Chris to develop the pioneering K9 Project – a unique, hugely successful organisation that links young people with dogs: “Dogs Teaching Young People, Young People Teaching Dogs” is their winning tag-line.

Chris’ skills with dogs has lead to her acceptance as an Associate Member of the prestigious Canine & Feline Behaviour Association.

Chris’s interpersonal and communication skills are second to none. Her knowledge of the private sector and social work client liaison means that Chris is a much requested facilitator.