Naughty but Nice/Dog Interaction and Behaviour Days
22 July @ 9:15 am – 23 July @ 4:00 pm£300
My dog is friendly. He was just playing. He’s never done that before, oh he really doesn’t like other dogs…how many times have you heard someone say this? Were the interactions friendly ones? Most likely not. Do you want to better understand Naughty but Nice dogs and dog interactions? We have 2 days designed to grow your knowledge and build your skills for helping Naughty but Nice dogs working with top Vet Qualified Behaviourist and Trainer Dr.Tom Mitchell and world renowned dog trainer and competitor and founder of the Naughty But Nice revolution Lauren Langman.
Here is a taste of just some of what we will cover:
- Seeing and understanding dog interaction
- Deep dive into dog body language
- Games to help your dog better and more appropriately interact with other dogs
- Disengagement games to help your dog move away from other dogs
- Plus so much more! (maybe we should have added another day!)
Spaces are very limited, so sign up before they fill up! Please bring a packed lunch/snacks and a mug for a hot drink.
Devon Dogs Members £265
If you would like to become a Devon Dogs Member, please click here for details.
Registration 9:15am, please arrive at this time. You will not be allowed onsite any earlier.
This day will be filmed so you will be asked to sign a disclaimer.
Please be aware that you may experience difficulties making a payment if you are using a mobile device.
We are looking forward to having you train with us! To help us ensure you have the best possible training experience, please arrive at the start time specified for this event. Devon Dogs is a Centre of Excellence training facility and we want to ensure all training change overs are smooth and easy.
We understand it is difficult to estimate arrival times and we know you will have planned for the unexpected in your journey! Should you arrive a little early, we recommend stopping at the Shell Services just off of the A30, only half a mile away from us. There is a Little Waitrose, Greggs, Subway and Burger King with tea/coffee and lots of healthy (or not so healthy!) snacks and prepared meals as well as toilet facilities. If you wish to go for a short walk, you can access the Granite Way in Sourton.
To get the best out of your training with us, please review this **awesome link** that includes what to bring for training, what you need if you are training in Bowerland Arena plus some helpful tips.