Who this workshop is for: If you already have experience with the sport of Barn Hunt and would like to learn more about how to train better, how to fix issues that you currently have and those that might pop up down the road this workshop is for you!
Location: At our downtown Braham location! This workshop will be held inside a temperature controlled building.
Date: September 28th
Open to: Any breed or mixed breed, must already have an understanding if the sport. (if you have a reactive dog, a fearful dog, etc. please advise me ahead of time so we can make special arrangements).
What to expect: We will alternate between classroom work and hands on learning/training.
Topics covered: We will cover a wide range of information including (but not limited to):
- How to properly train for the sport: how to encourage a proper indication, how to encourage better hunting skills, commands, handler skills, dog natural behaviors and breed based skills, etc. and;
- How to be a better handler, what you should be doing and what you shouldn’t do.
- How to fix common issues and any problems you currently have.
- We will also include hands on learning, where you and your dog will run through a trial scenario and review feedback.
What to bring: Bring a kennel/crate for your dog, a leash and collar for your dog, a notebook & pen/pencil, treats for your dog, a chair (if you prefer to not sit on the hay bales).
Important Registration Information: Your purchase/registration for this workshop is good for 1 handler + 1 dog ("team") to attend. If you are bringing an additional dog(s) (thus running more than once and taking the same time as an extra handler/dog team), you must purchase/register each dog(s) separately. If you are bringing a friend or family member to simply watch, you must register them as an "audit spot" in order for them to attend the workshop, found here.
*NOTE: Your dog must also have current vaccinations/health preparations to attend this workshop.