About Jo

My name is Jo Bargman, I am married to Chris. We own 2 horses, 4 dogs and numerous chickens. We grow our own vegetables and love gardening. I breed and show my Large Munsterlanders under the Crumpsbrook kennel name.

My interest lies in teaching owners to improve their relationship with their family pets and to be confident in their ability to take their dog out into the public domain.

Training should be held in a variety of situations. Too many dogs behave impeccably in their home environment and then when faced with the varied distractions of the real world the focus of the dog disappears and the owner really struggles.

Professional Accreditation


Full Member of the Canine and Feline Behaviour Association

The Canine and Feline Behaviour Association is the professional voice of the pet behaviour practitioner, representing an unequalled body of knowledge concerning the care, training and behaviour of dogs and cats in the UK. Our members and associates are drawn from the top ranks of the profession with a common commitment to achieving, maintaining and directing the highest possible standards.

Guild Of Dog Trainers

The Guild of Dog Trainers is an independent professional body whose values include being committed to maintaining and improving the quality of dog training, behaviour and companion dog ownership in Britain. Simply stated; the Guild believes in Balanced, Intelligent Dog Training.

Cambridge Institute of Dog Behaviour and Training

The Cambridge Institute of Dog Behaviour and Training is the education arm of the CFBA – Canine and Feline Behaviour Association. These Middlesex University accredited dog behaviour and training modules represent the highest levels of specific canine behaviour qualifications available in Britain today.

The British Institute of Professional Dog Trainers

The Institute is one of the leading bodies together with the Guide Dogs for the Blind Association, the Royal Air Force and Royal Army Veterinary Corps whose brief is to set standards for trainers and handlers of dogs. The object is to award qualification that will be recognised throughout the European Community.