Ever wondered why your dog always barks at the postman? Or why he always takes your slippers down the garden? A few tickets still remain for two seminars in aid of Dogs for the Disabled and being run by Dog Listener Jan Fennell on October 18, 2003.
The seminars will take place at Dogs for the Disabled's national training centre in Banbury, Oxfordshire and will offer members of the public a chance find out more about Jan's training methods and also take part in a question and answer session about their own canine queries. As part of both seminars there will also be an opportunity to see a demonstration of Dogs for the Disabled's work with a dog currently learning the ropes! Jan's knowledge of dogs has been built up over many years through watching a dog's body language and its interactions with other canines.
Her experiences ranges from working with bouncing Springer spaniels to wild packs of wolves in Colorado, through her observations Jan has been able to help communicate with problem dogs from biters to bicycle chasers! There will be two seminars given by Jan the first commencing at 10.30am until 1pm and the second from 2pm until 4.30pm.
Tickets are just £10.00 per person and must be booked in advance due to a limited amount of spaces. Call Dogs for the Disabled on 08700 776600 for more information and to purchase tickets.