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    Anonymous
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    aww thats alright – hope to see you back again soon!!

    #76946
    Anonymous
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    Thats fine we love new members :-*

    #76947
    Anonymous
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    Hi and welcome !

    that is SO SO SO true LOL !!!!!

    Claire x

    #76948
    Anonymous
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    Chris are you a trainer then ???

    #76949
    sherbychez
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    hello all, im Cheryl from the UK.I am a dog trainer (HUMAN TRAINER)LOL xx ;D

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    Anonymous
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    Hello Cheryl and welcome to the forum ;D

    #76951
    Anonymous
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    hello and welcome cheryl! ;D

    #76952
    Anonymous
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    so true !!!!!!

    ๐Ÿ™‚

    claire x

    #76953
    alex#1
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    obidence class

    #76954
    kizkiznobite
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    ??? what about it?

    #76955
    Anonymous
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    dunno – maybe theres something about it on petsmo

    ๐Ÿ˜‰

    #76956
    Anonymous
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    Haha Claireย  ๐Ÿ˜€ ๐Ÿ˜€ ๐Ÿ˜€

    Hi and welcome Cherylย  ;D

    #76957
    leoti
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    having just joined this forum and reading this section on becoming a dog trainer i must say i have to agree with brenda spencer i am doing the ADTB course and am totaly enjoying myself there is no pressure to finish and you do it in your own time ๐Ÿ™‚ ๐Ÿ™‚

    #76958
    LurcherGirl
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    [quote author=justpetdogs link=topic=965.msg6674#msg6674 date=1117022893]
    First, train your dog.

    Second, get loads of experience training and handling other breeds, types & ages of dog

    Third, do the Foundation Degree in Canine Behaviour & Training at Bishop Burton Collegeย  ;D (me…plugging…never! ;))

    Marion
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    I think the easiest way to get into dog training is by joining a training club of sorts where you can train your dog and perhaps eventually become a class assistant. Then do the Bishop Burton Foundation Degree…ย  ;D

    Vera

    #76959
    LurcherGirl
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    [quote author=piglet link=topic=965.msg15437#msg15437 date=1130934482]
    me … i hadnt heard of them ๐Ÿ™‚

    probably because i cant stand trad ob training.ย  ๐Ÿ˜‰ย  its not everyones cuppa and i feel it takes the dog out of your dog more than any other “doggie activity” does.

    my dog can sit, stay, recall and down because its the law to control them in public but I will never do ob work with him because i just hate it *shudder*.

    so – i wouldnt have heard of her from ob, and last time i looked my muttley couldnt qualify for crufts even if i wanted him to so i wouldnt have heard of her from there either …ย  for dog training i love Turid Rugaas among others … thats just me ๐Ÿ™‚

    Claire xย  ๐Ÿ™‚

    [/quote]

    Competitive obedience training doesn’t have to be like this. I do obedience with my two lurchers and believe me, they are all dog in everyday life! They are clicker trained and enjoy doing obedience… it is not a chore and it is nothing to do with “killing” the dog in them!ย  ๐Ÿ™‚

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