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  Title A Two Day Workshop - Foundation Skills for Dog Sports and Heel Work 101
  Speaker Kamal Fernandez
  Date(s) March 18 and 19, 2017
  Location Wesley Chapel, FL
  Fee Working - 330, Auditor - 220, Sponsored Working - 280, Sponsored Auditor - 200
  CEUs PPAB - 12
  Host Organization hostOrganization: Pet Professional Guild
  Contact Person Rebekah King
  Contact Email
  Contact Phone 844-462-6473

  Description of Seminar/Conference

Interested in finding out the key elements needed to lay the basis for ANY dog sport? This seminar will cover key skills to train a dog for any discipline. Games to establish a great relationship focus and drive from any dog! Whilst creating a strong foundation of skills needed to train effectively, efficiently and with reinforcement! Be it a set of weaves, or heel work, bite work or retrieving, having a dog that is able to learn each exercise in the shortest time is reliant on these key skills!

All dog sports are reliant of creating a dog that is focused, committed and has that can do mentality, however not all dogs or breeds have that trait naturally. This seminar aims to teach you how to create exactly that in ANY dog. Having the means to reward your dog effectively is imperative to efficient and timely training being able to train something in a short space of time, is dependent on having skills in place to reward reinforcement and create behavior.
This seminar will cover the skills needed to do just that!



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