LOOSE LEADERS

Is your dog a wannabe sled dog? This 40 minute loose lead workshop will go through everything you need to know to help you teach your dog to walk with a loose lead. You’ll learn why they pull, how their breed might influence this, games on how to teach them to loose lead and the difference between loose lead and heel. 

 

This workshop won’t teach you a formal obedience heel, this workshop focuses on creating a calm relaxing walk enjoyable for both dog and owner. Because I limit my classes sizes and hold my workshops in secure fields, it allows me to provided the best environment for dogs to learn which means this workshop is perfect for distractible and teenage dogs!

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WHAT TO EXPECT
  • Practise loose lead in a new environment.

  • You'll receive a work book filled with information we
    have gone through at the workshop and to help aid
    your progress at home.

  • Tailored techniques to help you and your dog achieve
    the best loose lead possible. 

WORKSHOP DATES & PRICE

Bowcliffe (Bramham) Dates:

Sunday 11th September 9.30 - 10.10am (2 spots available)

Sunday 11th September 10.30 - 11.10am (2 spots available)

Address:

Bowcliffe Paddock
(Off Paradise Way)
LS23 6LP
Bramham

Price is £20 per dog, if you'd like to bring two dogs youneed to book 2 spots.

Hopewell (Knaresborough) Dates: More dates coming!

Address:

Obedience Field 

Hopewell Dog Park

Hay-A-Park
Knaresborough
HG5 0SN

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Q: Do I need any special equipment? 

A: Your dog must be wearing a well fitting ‘Y’ shaped harness, a collar
and tag and you must have a treat pouch with lots of tasty treats!

 

Q: My dog barks at other dogs and/or people can we attend this workshop?

A: Your dog may find this workshop overwhelming, get in touch here for a private recall workshop or a behaviour consultation if you’d like to work on your dogs reactions. 

 

Q: My dog doesn’t listen to me at all, can I attend this workshop?

A: Yes! We can discuss how to lay the foundations to have a perfect loose lead.

 

Q: Why are class sizes so small? 

A: This is so we can set each dog up for success, too many dogs would make for
a too distracting environment and we would likely have a lot of distracted dogs! 

 

Q: Why are workshops only 40 minutes long? 

A: Dogs learn best in short bursts, a session longer than 40 minutes, dogs would likely
struggle to remain focused and get distracted easier. We want to fill the session with
LOTS of wins and this works best in a shorter amount of time. 

 

Q: I’ve done your life skills package, can I attend this workshop?

A: Absolutely!! 

 

Q: How does sign up work? 

A: Use the link above!