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Seminar about Canine Aggression

Churnet Valley Dog Training is pleasedto present

A Seminar by Jane Hanshaw Dip CABT, KCAI CDA BehA

Of The

Northern institute for canine professionals

Date Sunday 22nd of October 10 am 4.30 pm

Venue Biddulph moor village hall

Subject Canine aggression

Jane will be talking about the huge, very important andinteresting issue of dogs behaving aggressively. As dog owners we come across aggression atsometime in our dogs lives. It might be our dog behaving aggressively or ourdog being the victim of aggression. We read in the papers about children beingattacked and bitten and adults as well or we might know someone that hashappened to.

Jane is a highly qualified trainer and behaviourist and hasrun many seminars, lectures and practical workshops for students at BishopBurton Collage and IABTC. She has also lectured for KCAI and delivered veryentertaining demonstrations at Crufts for members of the public.

If you want to find out more about canine aggression foryour work, a course you are doing, foran accreditation you are working for, or you may be having problems with owndog and are worried about it, then this will be a useful seminar for you. Theseminar cannot deal with individual cases but will provide a broad outlook onthe subject.

Full details of the contents of the seminar will be givenlater. Save the date!

The seminar is suitable for professionals in the canineworld, and all dog owners.

The venue Biddulph Moor village hall is in Staffordshireabout 12.5 miles from Junction 17 M6 Sandbach and about 20 miles from junction 19Stoke on Trent. About 48 miles from the M1 junction 29.

There is a car park and a grassed area plus a park rightnext to the hall, you will be able to bring your dogs along and leave them inyour vehicles. We will be having breaks during the day so you can walk them.

Hot drinks and biscuits will be supplied but bring your ownpacked lunch.

Tickets bookable in advance are 45.00 or 35 for peopleattending Churnet valley dog training classes. Payment on the door on the dayis 50. Pay pal, cheques (contact me for my address please) BAC (contact me for details)or pay cash at my classes.

Get in touch if you would like a list of hotels and Bed andBreakfast guest houses near the venue.

The seminar will go towards CPD and a certificate ofattendance will be given out.

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