Sue Mosedale – Owner & Trainer

(Currently not taking on any new clients)

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Sue started Agility 15 years ago with her beloved Border Collie, Fred. When Fred arrived as a tiny rescue puppy Sue decided that Fred would need a Job. They started with obedience and tricks and soon moved into agility. That was it, Sue was totally addicted and along came a string of Working Bearded collies, who, between them, have taken Sue to Crufts, Olympia, many finals, sheepdog trials, Team England and Team GB.


When Sue started teaching agility she realised that her passion for teaching equalled her passion for competing and in 2010 left her career as a chef and founded Pawsability Dog Training.

Many dogs and handlers, both junior and adult, have competed at prestigious events such as Crufts and represented their country at international level whilst under Sue’s guidance.
But it is also the personal triumphs and bond between dog and handler that she helps to nurture and takes great pride in.

Sue enjoys all aspects of dog training but it is agility that really has her heart.

Amber Edwards – Owner & Trainer 

 (Currently not taking on any new clients)

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Amber started at Pawsability as a junior handler 10 years ago and following successful training in Animal Management started her teaching career there straight from college.
Amber has worked in various settings, such as a rescue centre and a boarding kennels which has given her valuable experience in many different aspects of canine care and behaviour.

She also has experience working with dog behaviourists and has attended seminars and training days studying dog behaviour.

Amber teaches all aspects of dog training including agility, flyball and obedience. She is also a qualified hoopers instructor and a qualified scentwork instructor too.

Amber’s own agility career with Alfie, Cooper and Fennec has seen her compete at many national finals and also as part of the GB agility team.

Jules Moule

Roles: Trainer

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Jules started agility almost 10 years ago with her, now retired, cocker spaniel Murphy. Jules quickly became hooked and now competes successfully throughout the year with her two younger spaniels, a mother and daughter duo – Tigz and Chewy.

Jules competes at Grade 7- the highest level of agility and has qualified for many UK regional and national finals.

At Pawsability, Jules teaches 1:1s and group classes in Agility, Flyball, and Hoopers. She also runs our extremely popular Puppy Academy!

In 2022, Jules obtained her Level 3 CPD award in Canine nutrition and a Level 3 CPD award in Canine behaviour and communication. Jules is also a qualified KC Agility Judge and regularly judges at the Pawsability KC shows alongside numerous other KC and independent shows across the SW of England.

Away from competing, Jules enjoys paddleboarding and watersports, travelling, spending time with her family, and planning for Christmas!

Trish Parsons 

Roles: Trainer 

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Trish has owned and trained dogs for many years.
Her instructing career started when she initially taught puppy and foundation training classes, including helping people work towards their KC Good Citizen awards. Then Trish discovered and fell in love with Heelwork to Music which she successfully taught and competed in with her lovely crossbreed Monty.

Trish spent many years training people and their dogs in both Obedience and Heelwork to Music until she ‘accidentally’ came across agility! She had a go with Mivvi and was immediately hooked! Trish now competes successfully with both Mivvi and Milo throughout the year in agility and thoroughly enjoys it.
At Pawsability, Trish runs classes and 1-2-1’s in puppy, obedience and agility training. She has attended many seminars and workshops and has recently become a qualified Hoopers instructor too.