About Helen


Helen Masters' training comes from the love of her own animals, and the amazing dogs she has at home and in her Mentor Team.

Helen Masters is a fully qualified Dog Behaviourist, rehabilitator and trainer offering a wealth of experience with all types of dogs with all sorts of behaviour issues. She is a pet owner of an array of animals along with being a keen horse rider.


Helen has qualifications from the British Institute of Professional Dog Trainers and the Kennel Club. Her behavioural work is accredited by the Cambridge Institute of Dog Behaviour. She has countless testimonials about the quality of her work and truly believes in what she does.

Helen’s work is vet approved throughout the country and is fully certified and insured. 

Other Animals

Helen has a passion for all animals and when she’s not working with dogs, she can be found taking part in cross country and show jumping with her horses, Brute and Murphy. She is a talented rider and likes to compete when she can.

Helen also breeds Mastiffs, under the name of Lionguard Mastiffs.

Her Farm Home

Helen lives on her own farm and alongside looking after her dogs and horses, she also cares for two rescue Shetland ponies. Helen likes to help rehabilitate dogs in this environment and her clients often visit her home to work with her there. She has had a log cabin built especially for her residential dogs, complete with heating, carpet, sofas and a radio….a real Home from Home!

She does all this is on top of running around after her sons Harry and George.

About Neville

Neville the English Mastiff is Helen’s pride and joy. This gentle giant is one of the Mentor Dogs, a group of friendly dogs Helen uses to help rehabilitate and teach social skills to troubled pets. Neville has not only helped Helen become a large breed specialist; he is also a big fan of social media!

About The Mentor Dogs

Whilst successfully training and rehabilitating dogs, Helen Masters has built up a team of stand-out dogs who are perfect for teaching socialisation and other behaviour issues. They also like to pop up on Nev’s social media with their adventures around Kent and beyond.



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