03 October, 2013

December workshops with Nando Brown

We are very pleased to be welcoming Nando Brown from In The Dog House back in December.

This time we will be hosting not one, but two workshops.

Our venue is Heathrow Special Needs Farm
Where we have a 18.5mtr x 90mtr covered riding arena. With adjacent parking
The farm is located right next door to Heathrow Airport (so expect some noise !!!)
We have full kitchen facilities, microwave etc for breaks
Tea,Coffee  & nibbles included, please bring lunch. 

Both events are suitable for both novice & the more experienced handlers & dogs ...all ages welcome.

Places are limited ...so book today to avoid disappointment.

Handler places per day £75      Spectator £40
£10 discount if booking both days.
To book please email
Call Lorraine on 01753 572192 for further details

Friday December 6th  ~  Scent Workshop
Handler Spaces are sold out... Spectator places going fast !!

Harness the power of your dogs biggest asset!
The art and practice of nose work has now reached dogs of all shapes and sizes and has made basic search dog skills available to companion dogs, creating a new urban sport arena for dog enthusiasts.
This is an amazing way to mentally stimulate your dog, why walk in the rain when you can tire your dog out with little effort!

Saturday December 7th ~ Trick Training WorkshopHandler Spaces are sold out... Spectator places going fast !!

Trick training is a fabulous way of building a partnership with your dog.A dog that does tricks will impress your family & friends & dogs just love showing off their new found skills.The possibilities are endless, all you need is enthusiasm, a sense of humour & a good  supply of treats.Uber Dude Certification available on the day
There will be an opportunity to have your hard work assessed on the day and maybe even walk away with a certificate. Don’t worry if you think you might need more time as it is possible to be assessed by video submission too!

Dogs which need space are most welcome (as long as they wont get stressed) We have lots of room.
We just ask that you pop a yellow ribbon on their collar, so others are aware
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