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  • #61717
    Sweetypye
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    http://www.learningaboutdogs.com/

    Blenheim Palace will be enjoying the company of the Team WagMore for the Game Fair on July 24,25,26. So unless you are enjoying one of our workshops over that weekend make it a day out with your dog, and the family can come along too!

    e-LADs

    Coming in September we shall be beginning a range of courses to keep you learning over the Winter, and not spending money on petrol. From the comfort of your computer you can join WagMore groups, learn from videos, articles, forums. Each learner will have a mentor and study groups, and looking at our schedule you could complete all our courses within 6 years …. but by then we will have another 6 years of courses and classes to keep you Learning About Dogs!

    Watch this space!

    Open Day – Sports and Games

    For all our Wag More class folk – big and small, new and experienced. We have an afternoon of Games, starting at 2pm. Guaranteed great fun even if you’ve never experience 11 legged egg & spoon races!

    Tracking Workshops: Aug 24, Sep 14, Oct 26

    Allyson is back after her tremendous success with Arrow, who has now qualified WDex. More achievement to add to his name: Jake at Jotunheim AD SchH1 CDex UDex WDex.

    With the new field is full operation a great time of year to push your tracking skills up to the next level.  

    Training Week with Aggression Specialist
    Geert De Bolster Sep 15-19

    We have two places left for dogs that would benefit from individual training. This is a teaching course for Instructors developing specialised skills to rehabilitate dogs with non-extreme aggression and social issues. Please contact Amy with a profile of your dog and suitability for the course.

    Great September Classes:
    New Wag Agility Group Tuesday Evenings:

    Introduction to Wag Agility 6-7pm, 6 weeks. Sep 2 – Oct 14. £40

    Developing the young Dog: 7-8.30 £10 per class from Sep 2. All dogs must have completed the Introduction to Wag Agility.
    Classes move indoors from mid October, 8.30-10pm.

    Clicker Trainers courses:
    Foundation: Sep 6, Oct 11, Nov 8.
    Novice: Sep 27, Oct 25, Nov 22.

    NEW! Clicker Trainers Top-Up Week Nov 17-21

    A fantastic week having great fun expanding your clicker training skills. For those with CAP2 that have already learned the basics they can widen their range exploring targets, reinforcement patterns and really studying how to build new behaviours. Guaranteed highly reinforcing for you –  a blissful week playing dog training!

    Unique opportunity for HTM & Freestyle enthusiasts:
    Creating the Dream Team

    Beginning a two year training course with Kay Laurence, developing young dogs for careers in competition or performance.

    Unit 1 The Foundations

    the fundamental skills of a competition dog
    develop style and strength in natural movement
    exercises to strengthen performance skills
    build repertories through creative teaching
    Sep 20, Oct 18, Nov 15

    Summer Workshops – perfect breaks
    The WHEN & WHAT Workshop: Aug 16

    TARGETS Workshop: Aug 23

    The WHY and HOW of REWARDS Workshop: Aug 31

    WAG-Agility Week: Aug 4-8

    WagMore Week: Aug 25 – 29

    #114398
    wags
    Member

    id love to come  :'(

    #114399
    Izzie
    Member

    Looks good, need to save my pennies for it though ;D

    #114400
    GSPmad
    Member

    what’s the internet learning thing? there a link for that?

    #114401
    GSPmad
    Member

    [quote author=GSPmad link=topic=12036.msg231015#msg231015 date=1216418464]
    what’s the internet learning thing? there a link for that?
    [/quote]

    ??? ??? :-\

    #114402
    Sweetypye
    Member

    More news in september

    #114403
    GSPmad
    Member

    ok.  🙂

    take it you will update then?

    #114404
    Sweetypye
    Member

    yep

    #114405
    Anonymous
    Guest

    we wanna know which ones are taught by our very own sweetypye 🙂

    #114406
    Sweetypye
    Member

    Hmmm you do not read my posts or this one it appears, 😀

    My dog’s name gives it away………

    #114407
    GSPmad
    Member

    tracking.  😉

    #114408
    Anonymous
    Guest

    how am i supposed to know that

    Jake at Jotunheim AD SchH1 CDex UDex WDex.

    is yours ?

    i knew your dog had done something real good but as i dont know your real name (only just remember terry’s!!) i dont think i can be blamed

    anyway i’m too excited !!!!!!!!  omg omg !!!!!!!!  shhh its a secret !

    #114409
    GSPmad
    Member

    twiggy and arrow.

    i couldn’t quite work it out but am guessing it is meant to be something to do with the name arrow?  :-\ don’t ask me, that bit lost me – i just knew.  😀

    and what’s a secret claire?  ??? now you have lost me too.  :-\

    #114410
    *Lassie*
    Member

    [quote author=piglet link=topic=12036.msg232304#msg232304 date=1216914041]
    we wanna know which ones are taught by our very own sweetypye 🙂
    [/quote]

    Tracking Workshops: Aug 24, Sep 14, Oct 26

    Allyson is back after her tremendous success with Arrow, who has now qualified WDex. More achievement to add to his name: Jake at Jotunheim AD SchH1 CDex UDex WDex.

    With the new field is full operation a great time of year to push your tracking skills up to the next level. 

    #114411
    Anonymous
    Guest

    ok ok i get it !!!!

    i have no idea what all them dex things mean 🙂  i know sch1 is brilliant and thats it

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