Canine CSI: Fun Training & Crime Detection in the Wilds of Northumberland with John Rogerson
July 28th-31st 2018
‘The most fun dog training course I have ever attended. It was so good I’ve done it twice!’
The first couple of days you and your dog receive training to become a super sleuth. On the final days, participants work in teams of dogs and handlers while attempting to solve a heinous crime, using your canine detective, your powers of observation, and your problem solving skills to sort out the case.
Past CSI courses have included:
• Tracking, scent detection, advanced control and problem solving
• Team and relationship building exercises in a variety of groups.
• Working on almost every exercise connected to controlling and having lots of fun with your dog.
• Arson, explosive, firearm, and drug detection.
This course is suitable to all dogs who are comfortable to work around other dogs and people. No reactive dogs please! Lunch, tea/coffee and biscuits included.
JOHN RESERVES THE RIGHT TO TWEAK COURSE CONTENT BASED ON THE ABILITIES OF DOGS AND HANDLERS ENROLLED ON THE COURSE.
Dog & Handler: £285 for 4 days
Non-working participants/Spectator Spaces (it’s great fun without your dog too!): £85 for 4 days
Venue: Northumberland Canine Centre, just off the A1 at Felton, NE65 9QE
Time: Full days, Saturday to Tuesday
Date: 28th-31st July 2018
Booking via paypal to firstname.lastname@example.org
Booking is only confirmed on receipt of payment and is non-refundable.
About John Rogerson
John should need no introduction to anyone currently engaged in the study of canine behaviour and training as he is one of the most sought after speakers on the subject in the world today. In 2009 John was delighted when he was awarded his Kennel Club Accreditation at a ceremony at the Kennel Club in London.
John is a founder member of the Association of Pet Behaviour Counsellors, is the founder of Support Dogs and a founder member of the Kennel Club accreditation scheme for dog trainers and behaviourists.
John Rogerson, founder and principal lecturer of the Northern Centre for Canine Behaviour is now widely acclaimed as a world leading dog trainer and behaviourist, having pioneered the majority of techniques that have now become standard practice in behaviour therapy and training. John is the author of no fewer than eight books, has produced two DVDs and has run courses on training and behaviour for many organisations.