Regrettably this event is now cancelled due to the Corona Virus Social Distancing
The Recall Seminar and Practical one2one session
20th & 21st March 2020
Come join us for an informative evening with Max Muir from Action 4 Dogs for an insight to dog “recall”
Hunters, Scallywags and Absconders – The Ultimate Challenge of Training your Dog’s Recall and Everything you Need to Know!
‘There's a world of difference between a dog that is off the leash and a dog that is trained to be off the leash.’
It is the most important and vital exercise and means of communication you will ever teach your dog. Recalls should never be taken for granted.
They need to be trained, are for the most part in the early years a work in progress, and equal commitment ensures that they are maintained throughout your dog’s developing years.
A dog with a recall is a blessing and a joy to own, a dog without a recall can make walking your dog a nightmare.
Max is a fully Certified Professional Dog Trainer who has spent the last 20 years working in dog training and behaviour consults. He has enjoyed a close working relationship in that time and is a proud sponsor of Labrador Retriever Rescue Scotland Scio travelling all over the country working closely with owners to understand their dogs better and forge a good solid training relationship.
Max was raised with sporting dogs including lurchers and terriers and in recent times he has enjoyed working with gun dog breeds with his private clients and teaching his passion of recall training. His deep understanding of canine instincts with strong working and prey drives has helped owners get the very best they can from their dogs. In this evening talk he will delve deep into everything you need to know in training your dog to recall.
An evening with Maxwell Muir - Action4dogs
The talk will cover:
- Assessment of your dog’s current Recall level
- Choosing your ground / establishing effective rewards
- Learning essential hand signals / body & communication tools
- Teach your dog to focus/alert to you
- Effective obedience Stay, Wait, Release, Steadiness
- Finding your dog’s natural talent and implementing it to advantage Recall
- Do some breeds recall better than others?
- Troubleshooting – renegades and absconders, what are the next steps?
One to One Recall Training:
These 121 private training sessions lasting 1 hour and 15 minutes are by pre-booked appointment only.
Each session includes a practical assessment of you and your dog’s recall relationship. Training advice will be given in using the skills you learn for ongoing improvement.
Keep in mind that any recall training programme involves commitment to a longer term process and this session is aimed at providing you with the tools and information to move forward in the right direction with your training. It is highly recommended that you attend the talk the evening before for a more in-depth look at what your training and your training relationship will involve.
Date: 21st March 2020
Venue: Boggs Dogs 32 Boggs holdings, EH34
Cost of session: £75.00 to be paid in advance (6 available places)
Please contact Max Muir via the email below to register your interest