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Nathan's ability to communicate and demonstrate in a clear, compassionate and concise manner makes his guidance so easy to follow.

In an industry where just about anyone can become a "certified" dog trainer, Nathan's balanced, practical and positive approach combined with his extensive experience, makes his results exemplary!

"We have tried quite a few dog trainers over the last 2 years and have spent a good deal of money trying to get our dog under control. Nathan came in and assessed the issues very quickly. Within 30 minutes we had our uncontrollable German Shepard Bruce well in hand. Nathan is articulate and caring, he was able to show us exactly the how and why of what our dog's issues were and how to address them.

We are now enjoying Bruce and we could not be happier!!! Thanks Nathan!"   Nick J                           

Nathan McCredie began his canine journey over 15 years ago, learning to train and study canine behaviour.

Dog Gone Mad was born in 2007, and since then Nathan has turned hundreds of dogs and their owners relationships around - as one of the most experienced dog psychologists in Sydney, he transforms the madness into harmony and happiness.

For numerous clients, he's been able to succeed where others have not!

Complementing Nathan's exhaustive practical experience is his 

Certificate IV in Companion Animal Services.

He has also completed a number of practical and theoretical canine behavioural & psychology courses.

Regularly delivering instruction in Puppy behaviour and has lectured at TAFE.  

Nathan presents Training Packages to Dog Clubs, Private sector organisations and Council Rangers on the safe handling and care of potentially Dangerous Dogs.

Conducts Behavioural Assessments for a number of pounds and canine shelters.

Delivered training on canine development to the NSW Police Force Dog Unit.

Currently a Trainer/Handler for Dog Force Australia where he's a member of the training team, handling Scent Detection dogs and General Purpose dogs to fulfil service rolls.  

He is also a Training Coordinator with the Wollongong IPO Dogsport Club.