Hosted by Bellarine Dog Activities Group
Tracking is ideal for dogs which have high drive and require a means for release. Tracking is also a great way to build a strong partnership with your dog built on trust and understanding. Emphasis is placed on learning how your dog works and working with your dog as a team. In tracking, a trail is laid out by either yourself or another person (tracklayer). This trail can be anything from a few hundred meters to well over a kilometre.
At tracking theory workshops you will learn about the dogs amazing and often underestimated ability for tracking, working with your dog as a partner, reading your dogs body language, training progression, troubleshooting and understanding scent movement in the environment.
Booking essential. Limited places available. Payment to Bellarine Dog Activities Group.
Cost: $80 each day or $160 for both.
Venue: 57 Coppards Rd Moolap 3224. [BYO lunch. Tea and coffee supplied] Saturday July 29 2017, 9:00am-4:30pm: An information-packed seminar. No dogs at this theory day. $80 covers a 70 page booklet with all the theory plus troubleshooting, and how to progress in your tracking.
Sunday July 30 2017, 9:00am-5:00pm: Practical day. Bring your hungry dog (don’t feed your dog before coming to training).
On Sunday, also bring:
- Fixed collar or a back attach harness,
- Lots and lots of small soft treats – Devon. Chicken, etc.
- Dog Lead up to 5m long. No worry if you don’t have one, we can loan you one.
- Crate or car to house dogs when not working
- Lots of old socks preferably dark ones.
For more information
Contact Helen Read Secretary on 0415833508 or firstname.lastname@example.org