I was born in 1962. I am married, mother of two adult children and a trained biomedical analyst.

I got into dogs when I was a little girl. My best friend was Prinz, the court dog of my grandparents and later Rex, our family dog.

Scooby, a Flat Coated Retriever/Border Collie Mix, was my first own dog. With him I have until

BH III and made a detour to the Obedience. He was also a working rubble search dog for Redog. Pepper, Border Collie, was a rescue dog and head of Lou's and Kenai's pack. She was an exceptional bitch with a very big heart.

Lou, the Toy Poodle lady, is our watchdog. But she sends the big ones when needed! With her I have worked companion dog and family dog, with a side trip into Agility.

Kenai, Border Collie, works mainly on the sheep (class 2) and is currently under construction as a rubble search dog at Redog.

In June 2018 Kenai's nephew Nakoma moved in with us and keeps the 2 and 4 legs of the family on their toes. A cheerful rascal with good ideas....

I did the 2 1/2 years lasting training to the diplomierten dog physiotherapist with Anisana in Münsingen. It contained beside the dog physiotherapy also the bases of the veterinary medicine. Afterwards I completed another 1 1/2 year training in canine osteopathy and cranio-sacral therapy in Germany at the interdisciplinary training centre for animal physiotherapy.

Training and further education

2014 - 2016 Training and Diploma Dog Physiotherapy, Anisana

10.10.2016 leech therapy, Christiane Herrmann

2017 - 2018 Canine Osteopathy and cranio-sacral Therapy, FBZ-vet Christiane Gräff

28.04.2017 Kinesio-Taping, Sonja Voelker

29.04.2017 Introduction to Kinesiology, Alexandra Massafra

30.04.2017 Information Medicine - New Homeopathy, Tanja Begni

03.-06.05.18 Workshop Dog Physiotherapy/Osteopathy, Bonndorf


 2018-2020 Animal kinesiology, Anisiana

01.12.2018 Dog analysis for sport and breeding, Doris Walder and Eva Holderegger