2-DAY IN-PERSON WORKSHOP WITH DOGS
This is a 2-day hands-on workshop with your dog. In this course, we will explore the Tellington TTouch® method, including bodywork, body wraps, leading exercises, stopping dogs pulling on the lead and groundwork. We have added to this course an understanding of canine body language and emotions.
We will also look at deep observations using Free Work and understand how this strategy can help teach calmness to our dog. We will also explore what Concept Training* is and how Tellington TTouch® strategies can help to build calmness, optimism, confidence, self-control, grit and other concepts, etc.
A certificate of attendance is provided. This course runs from 9.30am-5.30pm each day
*Concept Training developed by Lauren Langman and Dr. Tom Mitchell
The course will cover:
Deep observations and canine body language
Hands-on body touches
Body wraps and calming coats
Loose leash walking the TTouch way
Groundwork and Tellington TTouch leading exercises
We are currently not able to offer this course due to Covid-19. As soon as we are able, we will be organising new dates for this course.
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Today we will be understanding what Tellington TTouch is, look at the link between posture and behaviour, we will discuss tension in dogs. In this session we will also look at observing dogs and use Free Work to start to understand what our dogs are telling us.
Bodywork, we will learn some of the Tellington touches. There will be the opportunity to practise with our dogs.
Wraps and Calming coats, we will learn to tie a number of different configurations and understand their uses.
Canine emotions deep dive
Loose Lead walking the TTouch way, we will look at the different leading techniques and equipment we use. There will be the opportunity to practise with our dogs.
Building Trust with our dogs and understanding why we would use multiple handles with a single dog (homing pigeon)
Groundwork – practical session