The “official” bio

Mellow Dog Mumma, a lifestyle and community where you can talk dogs, enjoy yourself, and be mellow.

Former frazzled on-the-road-executive-coach who changed her life

Professionals and experts are the ones who call Angela. Her clients have included heart surgeons, actors, international triathletes, amateur dog sportspeople, T.V Animal Trainers, T.V producers, retired GP’s, head Teachers, PHD’s, Real Estate Developers, entrepreneurs, business owners, coaches, and facilitators, plus leaders from the healthcare industry. Angela is the founder of Mellow Dog Mumma – a community of people from all walks of life who share one thing in common – a love for dogs.

Angela built a full time career as a nurse, a fair few years ago, and after progressing into senior management, she took the plunge, left full time employment and started a coaching business, supporting medical professionals and healthcare leaders in the NHS to become coaches in their organisations, and training 1000’s of professional coaches to become superstar coaches.

Angela’s secret mission is to inspire 1000 people to train 1000 dogs in a fun and enjoyable way.

She has lived and worked all over the UK. Born in the West Midlands, she still has a faint whiff of a Midlands accent, and spends her time between coaching people and training her dogs.

Here’s the “real” bio…

When I was in my early 40’s my life changed for good. I left full time employment, started a business, and got my very first dog called Lucy. Like most first time dog owners I was in for a rude awakening as I didn’t have a clue how to train this loveable four legged terror.

But if nothing else she prompted a trip to a local dog training school and so began an epic journey into the world of dogs, which has taken me from a dog who would ate the living room, to competing at Crufts.

And now I’m doing what I love best, supporting people who love animals, nature, and don’t take life or themselves too seriously, to go after what they really, really want at home, or at work, or in their hobbies.

What I’ve discovered along the way is that we really don’t need to spend our lives feeling dogged by self-doubt or suffering from stress, worry, or confidence issues.

I used to. It’s not nice.

As a former frazzled-on-the-road-executive coach, I’ve discovered that when we find ourselves struggling, striving, and just about surviving, it’s time to stop, take stock, and listen, so that we can be free from the energy draining worries we impose on ourselves and other people, including our dogs.

People from all walks of life come to me for all sorts of reasons and leave with 4 results. Usually individuals find the clarity, confidence, and courage to go after what they really, really want, and get happy. Whilst organisations usually reduce stress and increase wellbeing in the workplace.

Coaching is powerful and impactful. And I help my clients make the shifts that change everything.

My clients do things that few people on the planet can do. They are powerful, passionate, and have already experienced success, yet their next move still feels like a big leap.

If you’re a dog owner (and even if you’re not), let’s talk and explore if working together is a good fit.

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