Dog Training Events
The APDTUK Activity Weekend Saturday 9 June and Sunday 10 June 2018 - at the fabulous venue TOP BARN FARM, Worcestershire
Interested in how Search and Rescue dogs work?
Want to keep your dog fit?
Love the idea of teaching your dog to herd but but don't want to use sheep?
Want to try a new dog sport?
Has your dog the potential to become a TV/film star?
Need to improve your clicker training skills?
Our Activity weekend has workshops on all the above. Book on a workshop and bring your dog or just come and watch the fun.
The Activity Weekend is open to everyone not just members.
Please click on the links below for more information on the workshops.
BOOKING FORM AVAILABLE SHORTLY
LEARN HOW TO SAVE YOUR DOG’S LIFE
Become a Canine Emergency First Responder
This accredited course is suitable for pet professionals and dog owners.
It provides you with the skills to carry out immediate first aid & save life whilst waiting for Veterinary attention.
Here are just some of the areas included on this accredited, 3 hour veterinary endorsed course:
v Carrying out a primary assessment of the animal
v Dealing with wounds and controlling haemorrhage
v Choking & respiratory obstruction
v Poisonous agents
v Dealing with seizures
v Dealing with acute gastro-intestinal problems
v CPR - Demonstrations and hands-on practical opportunities
v And lots more…….
C S Canine, Unit 10, 8 Showfield Lane, Malton YO17 6BT
Saturday 9th December 10am – 1pm
£45 per person including accredited certificate, course notes & light refreshment
Event Hosted by C S Canine. To book email firstname.lastname@example.org or ring 01653 697384 Presented by Caroline Clark from Pet Education and Training. Caroline is a fully qualified Registered Vet Nurse and clinical coach in a busy veterinary hospital. She is a full member of the Association of Pet Behaviour Counsellors and an A.B.T.C Registered Clinical Animal Behaviourist. Caroline holds a professional teaching qualification and presents a range of other hosted and online courses on subjects including canine and feline behaviour, health and welfare.