Keen K9's Workshops
Keen K9's "come back"
**Series of 3x2hr workshops**
**course dates tbc**
The class to strengthen your off-lead partnership
For dogs of all ages
Do you find it difficult to get your dog’s attention? Does your dog struggle with lots of distractions outdoors? Do you want more focus or a better relationship with your dog? This is the class to build that connection & work towards that off-lead reliability you have always hoped for in your dog. All fuelled with fun & positivity.
Many of our clients will hear us saying that foundations are extremely important when teaching our dogs anything. With this in mind, we can’t teach a “Come Back” unless we have a Keen K9 to work with us, so we start from the foundations & build up at a pace suitable to the individual dogs & owners.
We build skills to arm our dogs for real life situations, encouraging them to think for themselves; & will also be available to give support, tips & feedback via a dedicated private Facebook group for the duration of the course.
An important part of the course is the time taken to enjoy practicing at home. This is where your hard work really pays off – so if you are not motivated or prepared to work hard, this course is not for you! Give yourself a challenge, watch your dog improve & feel your goals becoming possible – you can do it!
The course consists of 3x 2-hour workshops with time in-between to work on the skills you will gain. Attendees must be able to attend all 3 dates to gain the most from the course. Dogs of all ages & training levels can attend, so long as they are comfortable around other dogs & people in a group environment.
If you are up for the challenge & would like a place, please book or get in touch.
New course dates are released on a regular basis. To view all available courses click the button below.
If the course you are interested in is not listed on the booking page, please get in touch using the form on our “CONTACT US” tab & we can advise of all upcoming courses – we would be delighted to welcome you to class.
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