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Common problems people have with their dogs.

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Angela White KCAI (Fellow) CDA , ObA , BehA is coming to Staffordshire to give another seminar.

Angela White KCAI (Fellow) CDA , ObA , BehA presents " common problems people have with their pet dogs'

Postponed due to the cronavirus. New date will be posted when we have one.

At Biddulph Moor Village hall. http://

Angela White KCAI (Fellow) CDA , ObA , BehA . 'The instructor's instructor', is founder and principal lecturer of IABTC. She is a highly experienced handler, instructor, behaviourist, lecturer, judge, assessor and author of numerous qualifications, courses, books and articles on dog training and behaviour. She has KCAI accreditation at the advanced level in Behavioural Training, Companion Dog Training, Competitive Obedience and was the first (and currently the only) person to be awarded Fellowship of KCAI.'

Angela is a motivating speaker; she delivers her lectures with enthusiasm and humour. Richly knowledgeable in the subject of dog behaviour she has helped numerous people with their dogs using only kind positive methods.

The seminar will include talking about the following subjects, practical demonstration with dogs and video.

Jumping up: on owners, visitors to the house and when meeting people on walks.

Aggression and reactivity to other dogs.

Resource guarding.

Excessive pulling on a lead and lunging forward towards people/animals/smells etc.

Excessive barking in the house, garden, the car, during a walk or while doing dog sports.

Early bird tickets available up to the 24th of April, 35.00 KCAI members 30.00. After the 24th of April tickets will be 45.00, KCAI members 40.00. Email me when you have paid so I can send you your ticket. or use the contact form.

Dogs can be with you in the hall, please don't bring barky dogs. Dogs must be good with people and other dogs. No dogs in hot cars.Only bring a dog if you really have to, there are demonstrations using dog and if there are too many it might be a distraction. Let me know if you want to bring your dog.

Tea, coffee and biscuits will be provided, bring a packed lunch.

Attendance certificates will be given to those who want them.


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