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Rachel - owner of Nose to Trail is delighted to be hosting an APBC "Ask the Expert" on Thursday 17th of June covering the topic of Pet Trailing - How Can Scentwork Help Dogs? To attend just find the APBC on Facebook.
"My friend Bob told me that harnesses make dogs pull that's why huskys wear them"
"The breeder said cocker spaniels MUST be on a slip lead"
"Splitter leads are the only way to walk multiple dogs"
I hear these things on a daily basis and dog owners I sympathise with you, I really do. Everyone seems to think they know best and that they are an expert when it comes to what equipment you should use.
If you have been using clingfilm and peanut butter after following a TikTok video in order to get your dog's nails clipped then STOP!
There is a safer way for you and a much happier way for your dog.
7-8pm on Tuesday 27th of July I will be running a handling workshop on Zoom to introduce co-operative care practices to you.
Giving your dog back the ability to communicate with you when they are unc
Starting July 1st at 7-8pm for 6 consecutive weeks
No Nonsense Nosework is BACK!
6 dogs maximum
taught over zoom so suitable for all dogs, including those too "naughty" for traditional dog training classes.
£130 for the entire course
email firstname.lastname@example.org to book
Split across 2 days this introduction to Dog Parkour workshop is ideal for dogs of all ages. We will cover what dog parkour is, how we teach it and how you progress through the levels as well as how to get started by teaching your dog all the moves needed to achieve your level 1 rosette!
£50 for the 4 hours of training.
Email email@example.com to book