January 15th – Live-Stream 10am – 3pm –
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Spend a day learning about how to train your dog how to be calm, yes we believe and understand how to build calm dogs and we want to share the skills with you
YES, YOU WILL LEARN TO BUILD CALMNESS IN YOUR DOG – Using the following:
• Tellington TTouch Bodywork, body wraps and leading techniques
• Free work developed by Sarah Fisher
• A games approach to training
• Canine Emotions deep dive
• Learn about equipment, what will help build calmness in our dogs and how to use it
• …and much more
This day workshop will equip you with the skills to build calmness in your dog/s.
About Your Presenter
Alex Wilson is a Tellington TTouch Practitioner (P2), a senior instructor at the Dog Training College, a certified Pro Dog Trainer plus a student member of the Association of Pet Dog Trainers. Alex teaches courses all over the UK on live-stream and internationally
Date November 15th 10am - 3pm
TTouch Student Manuals
We will send you our 60 page e-book to read before the course, along with Sarah Fisher’s guide to the Tellington TTouches. These will set you up to get the most from your 5-hour workshop.
We will post you a printed certificate at the end of your course
For Canine Professional great to add to your website or brochure. If not put it on your Facebook page
Xtra Dog Learning Vault
Access to the Xtra Dog Learning Vault, where you will find e-books, articles, hand-outs and webinars. WORTH £250
15% discount off equipment, books and DVDs
What Do Client Think Of Our Courses?
Absolutely brilliant. So enjoyed today. In break I did a few clouded leopard touches on my dog and I visibly saw the tension leave! This has made such a difference
Dr. Helene Svinos, Cani Cross Competitor
This has been really informative. I look forward to implementing these methods into my professional work and personal work at home with my dog.