Communicating, Arousal and Problematic Behaviours HANDLER

sun12mar10:00 amsun5:00 pmCommunicating, Arousal and Problematic Behaviours HANDLERCommunicating, Arousal and Problematic Behaviours 10:00 am - 5:00 pm Isla Farm, Bourne, PE10 0BJEvent Type Workshops

Event Details

Handlers and spectators will further develop their knowledge on understanding, overcoming and preventing problematic behaviours that our dogs perform during periods of arousal. We will focus on the communications behind the behaviours and the practical steps that we can take to help the dogs in our care.

Both handlers and spectators will work through an extremely informative presentation guided by Craig. This covers a practical acronym based, step by step guide to follow when analysing and working towards overcoming problematic behaviours. We will learn how to avoid labelling the dogs in your care by dissecting problematic behaviours in to separate influencing components which will allow you to develop and implement an effective plan to work towards overcoming the behaviours. Both handlers and spectators are encouraged to bring a notepad and pen.

Handlers will then begin to put the theory in to practice by working with Craig to lay some solid foundations which will allow you to work with your dog towards overcoming the problematic behaviour that the dog in your care is displaying. A practical guide that will continue to help you to efficiently evaluate and work towards overcoming problematic behaviours to improve the lives of both the dogs in your care and your students alike.



(Sunday) 10:00 am - 5:00 pm



Isla Farm, Bourne, PE10 0BJ

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  1. Emma Gray

    Hi I have a 15 month working cocker spaniel who is very distracted when outside. I had hoped she’d be my next agility dog, I competed with my terrier quite successfully’grade 7’.
    I do train her in an indoor venue, agility, which she’s coming on with slowly, but outside she just wants to run and hunt.
    I haven’t let off lead on walks now since she was 6 months as she just gets overwhelmed with hunting & birds.
    Would this be suitable for her?
    Or do you anything else which may suit us ?

    • Tiffani

      Hi Emma,

      This workshop would be suitable for your dog

  2. Neil Gridley

    Are there any spectator spaces if so at what cost please?


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