Seminar canine behaviour
9th of September
at Biddulph Moor Village Hall, Hot Lane, ST8 7HP
Angela White KCAI (Fellow) CDA , ObA , BehA presents 'an introduction to Canine Behaviour'
'A whistle stop tour around Canine Behaviour and will introduce you to the following topics: How Dogs Learn, How the Dog's Mind Works, What's Going on in the Brain, How Dogs Perceive Their World, Behavioural Development Stages, Canine Drives, Triggers, Genetics and Breeding, Behavioural States, Aggression, Separation, resource guarding. Plus, time for questions and answers'
Angela is a motivating speaker; she delivers her lectures with enthusiasm adding a drop of humour here and there. Richly knowledgeable in the subject of dog behaviour she has helped numerous people with their dogs using only kind positive methods.
Angela White KCAI (Fellow) CDA , ObA , BehA . 'The instructor's instructor', is founder and principal lecturer of IDBTC. 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.'
Contact me if you would like to send a cheque. All welcome, tea and coffee provided. You can bring your dog as long as he or she can be quiet and is ok with people and other dogs. There is a grassed area and a park next to the village hall.