3R Animal Rescue is a non profit organization that rescues dogs, rehabilitates them mentally, through professional Dog Training, Behaviour Modification and physically through Myofunctional Therapy, in preparation for their new homes.

Our mission
Rescue. Rehabilitate. Rehome.

Peta is both Certified and Nationally Accredited In Dog Training and Behaviour, along with being a Certified Canine Myofunctional Therapist.

Peta is passionate about helping dogs overcome their fears and providing them with a more fulfilling life through effective training techniques. She has chosen to apply her knowledge and talents to assist and enrich dog’s lives with proven training methods, handling and leadership skills.

Along with 3R partner Bec, Peta works as a dog trainer and instructor where she focuses on creating a flourishing relationship between dog and handler based on communication and mutual respect.

Peta uses therapeutic massage therapy to help neurotic or hyperactive dogs become calmer, build trust, improve blood circulation and post surgery, or give chronically ill, arthritic, aged or debilitated dogs a new lease of life.

Peta has used her therapy and time, volunteering at other shelters, bringing relaxation and calm to dogs whilst they are in a distressing shelter environment.


Certificate III in Dog Behaviour & Training
National Dog Trainers Federation of Australia (NDTF), 2012

Certificate In Canine Myofunctional Therapy
National College of Traditional Medicine (NCTM), Australia, 2011

Canine & Small Animal CPR & First Aid Trained
Pet Tech, Australia, 2010


Full member of Small Animal & Equine Naturopathic Association (SAENA)


Bec profile


Bec is a Qualified Veterinary Nurse and Nationally Accredited Dog Trainer and Behaviourist.

She has spent many years dealing with and caring for animals during her working career and as a volunteer.  Her commitment to animals has led her to study many aspects of animal care and gain valuable experience working alongside highly qualified Veterinarians and Behaviourists as well as shelter workers and other highly motivated volunteers. This experience and education has provided Bec with an enviable understanding of animal care and welfare.

Bec is motivated by the challenge of improving the education of the Australian public on dog behaviour, health and welfare issues. She works as a dog trainer and instructor, enjoying the part she plays in a dogs development whilst building vital skills and contributing to the animal becoming a integral part of the community.


Cert IV in Veterinary Nursing
Brisbane North Institute of TAFE 2010

Cert III in Dog Behaviour and Training
National Dog Trainers Federation of Australia (NDTF), 2012

Cert III in Companion Animal Services
Brisbane North Institute of TAFE 2009