Want to achieve more engagement from your dog outside, a better recall, a dog who likes to play with you just as much as other dogs? Craig can help. His key note talk & workshops aim to help:

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
Creating an interactive experience shared with your dog that stimulates their body and mind
Most of all having lots of fun.

Craig is a play specialist, with experience working with both working and pet dogs, and shares his knowledge in a humorous, and enthusiastic manner. His key note talk conveys an acronym based system which covers all the fundamental information to create an interactive play experience with your dog. Questions will be welcomed so please come along with lots.

During a 2 hour interactive play practical workshop Craig will work with you & your dog individually at least twice. If you have 2 dogs you can work a different dog for each of your turns, but to get the most for each dog you would need to book a separate place per dog.

Your dog must be able to rest in the car, or a crate away from the training area, when not working. As dogs work individually, without the other dogs on looking, this workshop is suitable for dogs who would not cope in a class environment.

Craig will aim to have you playing together with lots of energy and enjoyment. Be prepared to move around & work hard.

Friday 20th April 7-9pm
Munlochy Village hall
Refreshments included
Tickets £25

Muir of Ord

Saturday 21st April, times:10am-12noon, 12:30-2:30pm, 3-5pm

Sunday 22nd April, times:10am-12noon, 12:30-2:30pm, 3-5pm

Handler £45 (+additional dog £35per dog)
Spectator £25


TO BOOK please CLICK HERE & request a booking form on our 'contact us' page

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