Canine First Aid with Rachel Bean
Sunday, November 5 at 10 AM – 2 PM
Park Farm ACYP Centre (Black House)
54 Kentmere Avenue, WA11 7PG St Helens, Merseyside
£45 pp 4-5 dogs needed 10-15 places available.
Contact: 01744 607190
Interactive Play Workshop with Craig Ogilvie
Sunday, February 4, 2018 at 9:30 AM – 11:30 AM
Using Interactive Play to create a unique and special experience to share with your dog. Which can help with:
- Improving your existing play
- Working motivation
- Toy possession
- Lack of interest in toys
- Building a better relationships with your dog
- Confidence building
- A high value reward experience for training
- Communicating with your dog whilst they are stimulated
- Creating interactive experiences that you can share with your dog
- Stimulates their body and mind
- Most of all having lots of fun
Craig is uniquely qualified in the U.K as the only person to achieve a Mondioring decoys license and has travelled all over Europe with his sport testing and training dogs from all over the world.
He is also one of the few civilian accredited police dog trainers in the country, a dog behaviour practitioner, the author of the soon to be released Interactive Play Guide and completely in love with helping dogs and people . Travelling all over the country delivering seminars, workshops and talks helping to motivate dog lovers and their dogs to achieve their goals and create their own in amazing Interactive Play Experience.
There are 3 session to book on
Handler Place £40
Spectator Place £20
To book please contact:
T-touch Workshop with Rachel Jackson
Sunday 9th July 10-4pm
Handler place £70 Spectator place £45
Rachel Jackson began the 3-year training to become a T-Touch practitioner in 2001 and is now a T-Touch Practitioner for Companion Animals Level 3, also a T-Touch Practitioner for Equines, Level 1. Rachel is one of the most highly qualified practitioners in the UK. She is also a dog trainer and behaviour consultant. Rachel assists in training new T-Touch Practitioners, as well as working privately with clients, she runs one and two day workshops, giving talks or workshops to groups and staff trainings. Rachel shares her life with lurchers and has fostered rescue dogs for the past twenty years. Rachel spends a day each week working with the dogs in her local Dogs Trust. She is a member of the T Touch Guild, Pet Professional Guild and is also a qualified teacher. Using only respectful, kind, and effective methods Rachel can help you and your dog work co-operatively together to help overcome many issues.
Tellington T-Touch Training can influence all areas of your dog’s life. Behaviour problems, performance issues and your dog’s wellbeing are so intrinsically linked to posture. Physical, mental and emotional balances are all crucial for a well-rounded, adaptable individual. On this one day Introduction to T-Touch Workshop Rachel will introduce you to T-Touch techniques to help you and your dog in everyday life.
You will learn:
• To recognise some of the signs that indicate tension in your dog.
• Four T-Touches that can help calm your dog, be less reactive to contact and be more body aware.
• A simple body wrap that can help your dog relax and be less noise sensitive.
• Groundwork activities to enable your dog to be more physically balanced and focused.
No previous experience of T-Touch necessary.
Dogs must be people and dog friendly (dogs will remain on lead with no contact with each other).
Please bring your dogs’ bed and water bowl. A few treats may also be appreciated by your dog.
Hand-outs provided at the end of the workshop.
Venue: Park Farm ACYP Centre,54 Kentmere Avenue,Carmill St Helens Merseyside WA117PG
To book your places please contact me by Phone: 01744 607190 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org