Dogs who Guard Seminar

Dogs who Guard Seminar


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Dogs who Guard

  • Sunday 19th May 2019 11am – 3:30pm
  • A seminar for small groups
  • Earlybird tickets £45
  • Car sharing £40pp (contact direct to book)
  • Easy access M1 and M6
  • Science based and Force-free
  • Bring your own lunch, refreshments provided


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Dogs who Guard: Treatment and Prevention

Dr Katie Friel-Russell BVSc APDT PGDip MRCVS veterinary behaviourist offers an in-depth focussed seminar on dogs who guard.

This seminar is for a very small group to maximise learning. Group work is encourage but not force in any way. Dr Katie delivers an initial presentation discussing dog behaviour and emotional drives.

Treatment will be covered in-depth so you can leave feeling confident putting them in to practice. Preventative works for puppies and adult dogs will also be reviewed.

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A first aid flow chart to response to stealing will be followed and provided to attendees.

Suitable for dog trainers looking to offer help in these cases and to know when referral may be necessary and and guardians of dogs displaying guarding behaviours. For behaviourist it offers a fresh look at different protocols.

About the day

We are based in Staffordshire Moorlands, using Google Maps and “Positive Pet Training” will bring you straight to us.

If using Sat Nav you are best using ST10 2HZ, but stay on the main road. Do not turn up Black Lane.

Refreshments are provided, but please bring your own lunch.

The seminar runs from 11am – 3:30pm with half an hour for lunch.

Certificate of attendance provided for CPD and First Aid Stealing flow chart.

Full ticket price to confirm your place. Please also fill in the booking form below.

Refunds available up to one month before seminar date (£10 admin charge applied). Tickets can be transferred with no additional charge but i must be informed of changes.

Any questions please email or call 07785 800008.

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