'Coming back when called' workshop
'Coming back when called" at Butterton Village Hall on Sunday the8th of March, 11am - 1pm.
Dogs who come back when called can have more freedom, they are safer, they are at less risk of having or causing an accident, the law states dogs have to be undercontrol in public places which a dog who won't come back is not.
Its a two hour workshop covering- why your dog doesn't come back, how to avoid problems that make things worse, various exercises in training your dog to pay attention, teaching a recall cue verbally, visually and with a whistle.
Lots of practice building it up gradually and adding distractions when appropriate.
Equipment and management.
Ways to be interactive with your dog on a walk.
It's 20 pounds for the two hours, full payment will secure your place.
Dogs taking part must be good with people and others dogs.