The Pet Professional Guild
The Association for Force-Free Pet Industry Professionals

Guild Seminars & Workshops



The Pet Professional Guild in the second half of 2014 and going forwards has access to ten acres of land and indoor training areas and classrooms in Central Florida. We are making this facility available for members to host and hold seminars and workshops to support our mission of spreading the word about Force-Free Training and Pet Care.

 If you are interested in hosting a seminar or workshop at the Training facility then please complete this short form

Upcoming events

    • Saturday, April 25, 2015
    • 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    • 9122 Kenton Road, Wesley Chapel, FL 33545


    Canine Injury Prevention

    Workshop & Seminar

    April 25th 2015 AM Session

    Learn the Components of a Proper Strength and Conditioning Program & How To Screen Your Own Canine Athlete For Issues.


    Presented by Shari  Sprague MPT, CCRT, Certified Canine Rehabilitation Therapist

    CEUs 

    CCPDT 3 CEUs

     KPA 3 CEUs 

    IAABC 3 CEUs

    Workshop Description


    Join Sheri for a  3 hour workshop on April 25th 2015.

    This workshop/seminar will include a 3 hour  interactive lecture on injury prevention a proper conditioning program including appropriate warm-up and cool-downs followed by a hands-on lab.

    The lab will teach the attendees how to quickly screen their own dogs using movement patterns to learn what is normal for a dog versus something that may indicate an issue or be a risk of injury.

    After the lab individuals who have signed up for the screening spots will get a 15 minute private 1-1 hands-on assessment of their dog. Sheri will also provide specifically recommended exercises for each dog.

    Learning Objectives

    At the end of this workshop attendees should be able too

    1. understand evidence based concepts regarding injury prevention for their canine athletes
    2. Identify modifiable extrinsic and intrinsic factors that may increase or decrease the risk of athletic injury in canine athletes
    3. List the components that make up a proper and safe strengthening and conditioning program for the canine athlete
    4. Identify normal movement patterns in their dogs to assist in recognizing abnormal movement patterns that may arise in the future that may contribute to an increased injury risk
    5. Perform a quick movement screen on their own dogs for presence of movement dysfunction currently, or that may arise in the future


    Pet Dog owners who have a “Screening Spot” will also receive a basic home program designed specifically for their dog based on the findings during the session.

    Your Workshop Presenter

    Sheri is a physical therapist in South Florida. She practiced human physical therapy for nine years, specializing in orthopedic and sports rehabilitation. Her love of animals led her to change her career focus and apply her passion towards rehabilitating canines. She graduated from the University of South Florida with a Bachelor of Arts in elementary education in 1994 and received her Master of Science in physical therapy from Nova Southeastern University in 1998. Shari was certified in canine rehabilitation by The Canine Rehabilitation Institute in 2008. She is on faculty at the Canine Rehabilitation Institute and is also a Certified Clinical Instructor. Shari lives with her husband and their four dogs. She competes with her dogs in agility, rally obedience, and conformation.

    There are three tiers of registration

    1. Auditor Spots - Auditing the seminar only.
    2. Working Spots - There will be a maximum of 8 Working Spots available. (Persons attending with their dogs who will have them for the lab portion)
    3. Screening Spots. There are four screening spots available. (The opportunity for 4 people to attend a 15 minute hand on screening with their dog at the end of the seminar)

    Refreshments

    The following refreshments will be available
    • Tea & Coffee
    • Water
    • Sodas
    • Cookies


    • Saturday, April 25, 2015
    • 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
    • 9122 Kenton Road, Wesley Chapel, FL 33545


    Canine Injury Prevention

    Workshop & Seminar

    April 25th 2015 PM Session

    Learn the Components of a Proper Strength and Conditioning Program & How To Screen Your Own Canine Athlete For Issues.


    Presented by Shari  Sprague MPT, CCRT, Certified Canine Rehabilitation Therapist

    CEUs 

    CCPDT 3 CEUs

    KPA 3 CEUs

    IAABC 3 CEUs

    Workshop Description


    Join Sheri for a  3 hour workshop on April 25th 2015.

    This workshop/seminar will include a 3 hour  interactive lecture on injury prevention a proper conditioning program including appropriate warm-up and cool-downs followed by a hands-on lab.

    The lab will teach the attendees how to quickly screen their own dogs using movement patterns to learn what is normal for a dog versus something that may indicate an issue or be a risk of injury.

    After the lab individuals who have signed up for the screening spots will get a 15 minute private 1-1 hands-on assessment of their dog. Sheri will also provide specifically recommended exercises for each dog.

    Learning Objectives

    At the end of this workshop attendees should be able too

    1. understand evidence based concepts regarding injury prevention for their canine athletes
    2. Identify modifiable extrinsic and intrinsic factors that may increase or decrease the risk of athletic injury in canine athletes
    3. List the components that make up a proper and safe strengthening and conditioning program for the canine athlete
    4. Identify normal movement patterns in their dogs to assist in recognizing abnormal movement patterns that may arise in the future that may contribute to an increased injury risk
    5. Perform a quick movement screen on their own dogs for presence of movement dysfunction currently, or that may arise in the future


    Pet Dog owners who have a “Screening Spot” will also receive a basic home program designed specifically for their dog based on the findings during the session.

    Your Workshop Presenter

    Sheri is a physical therapist in South Florida. She practiced human physical therapy for nine years, specializing in orthopedic and sports rehabilitation. Her love of animals led her to change her career focus and apply her passion towards rehabilitating canines. She graduated from the University of South Florida with a Bachelor of Arts in elementary education in 1994 and received her Master of Science in physical therapy from Nova Southeastern University in 1998. Shari was certified in canine rehabilitation by The Canine Rehabilitation Institute in 2008. She is on faculty at the Canine Rehabilitation Institute and is also a Certified Clinical Instructor. Shari lives with her husband and their four dogs. She competes with her dogs in agility, rally obedience, and conformation.

    There are three tiers of registration

    1. Auditor Spots - Auditing the seminar only.
    2. Working Spots - There will be a maximum of 8 Working Spots available. (Persons attending with their dogs who will have them for the lab portion)
    3. Screening Spots. There are four screening spots available. (The opportunity for 4 people to attend a 15 minute hand on screening with their dog at the end of the seminar)

    Refreshments

    The following refreshments will be available
    • Tea & Coffee
    • Water
    • Sodas
    • Cookies


    • Friday, June 05, 2015
    • 9:30 AM
    • Sunday, June 07, 2015
    • 6:00 PM
    • Tampa, FL.
    • 30

    Your Pet Care Certification Program 

    - June, 5, 6 & 7 2015

    A 3 Day Workshop To Help You Professionalize Your Pet Care Service Offerings.


    CPDT - 14.5 Trainers

    CPDT - 14.5 Behavior Consultants


    Three Days of Hands on Learning, Fun and Practical Applications For To Take Home & Implement

    Topics ranging from Pet First Aid, Canine Communication and How Pets learn to Anatomy & Physiology,  Health and Handling and Tools & Equipment.

    This course is for you whether you are a pet dog owner or a pet professional. 

    If you are a Pet Care Provider, aspiring Pet Professional or Dog Behavior Consultant or Dog trainer then this program is very relevant to you. Rescue professionals, foster homes and trainees this course will give you all the skills you need to safely practice in the pet industry.





    Join a selection of presenters on this wide array of topics from “How Pets Learn” To Canine & Feline Anatomy & Communication Systems.


    Each day you will enjoy eight hours of classroom and LAB tuition and hands-on training in this beautiful and tranquil setting. The workshop is located at a training center on 12 acres of land located on "King Lake" in Tampa, FL.

    Registration Types

    • Working Spots Available 10. Cost per person $300.00 including refreshment and lunch served daily
    • Auditor Spots Available 5. Cost per person $210.00 including refreshment and lunch served daily

    Payment Terms Available

    Working Spot- 4 payment of 75.00

    Auditor – 4 payment of $57.50

    Workshop Description


    This three day workshop covers all the necessary skills you will need to become a CPCT and more …

    1. How Pet’s Learn - This module studies an overview of how pets live and learn and how this is important to you the pet care provider. There is a detailed overview of Operant and Respondent conditioning with hands on examples and video analysis. We covers some key skills such as Leash Walking, Crate Training, Grooming and Safe maneuvers of pet onto beds or tables for examination and/or care procedures.  Niki Tudge & Rebekah king
    2. Canine Behavior & Social Communication - Learn the language of dogs. Understand the canine social behavior and communication system. Recognize distance increasing and distance decreasing behaviors. Understand social communication to be a behavior. Learn about affiliate and agonistic communication and passive and active appeasement behaviors. Understand dog bite inhibition and bite thresholds. Angelica Steinker & Niki Tudge
    3. Canine & Feline Anatomy and Physiology - Study dog and cat anatomy and important components of their physiology including all their sensory abilities. Rebekah King 
    4. Canine & Feline Health and handling -Learn about canine and feline common health issues, vaccination protocols and important daily and emergency handling skills. This module covers both theoretical and practical applications and is very relevant to your care provider responsibilities. -Rebekah King & Melody McMichael
    5. Pet First Aid and Emergency ProtocolsThis is so much more than your normal Pet First Aid program. This is a very detailed module and covers in depth the many potential emergency situations you may, through first aid, need to manage prior to a pet in your care being attended to by a veterinarian. Working Spots can test on site for their certification. Rebekah King
    6. Pet Care Tools, Equipment, Toys & Supplies - A study of the pet care tools, equipment, supplies and toys that are available in today’s marketplace. Learn how to identify appropriate equipment and how to use it safely. Understand how to practically use this equipment including desensitization protocols.  Angelica Steinker
    7. Bonus Module, Bump Start Your  Business – This module covers the key and critical skills you will need to bump start your growth.  A fast overview of how to create your simple but effective marketing plan. Niki Tudge



     Certification Protocol

    • Working registrants to achieve your CPCT designation you will have the option to take a Certification Test online after the event
    • Auditors will be required to complete the test and submit several videos to show competency in mechanical skills across several disciplines

    Testing must be completed within 30 days

    Supplemental Information

    • The seminar price includes morning coffee, lunch and afternoon drinks.
    • There will be an onsite Bonfire ‘Get Together’ on Saturday Evening. A small additional fee will be charged for snacks and refreshments if you choose to attend, ($20.00). Reservations can be made closer to the date.
    • If you register for a working spot please only bring one dog
    • All dogs attending must be dressed according to the PPG’s Guiding Principles. No shock, choke or prong collars.
    • We recommend all the dogs be in comfortable harnesses for the seminar
    • No human- or dog-reactive dogs please.
    • No noisy dogs.
    • At registration there will be additional questions regarding any dogs that you plan to attend with.
    • There will be no refunds given.
    • Please bring with you a mat for your dog to rest on, a Kong or other mentally stimulating toy and lots of small yummy treats.

     

     

    • Saturday, July 11, 2015
    • 8:00 AM (EDT)
    • Wednesday, July 15, 2015
    • 6:00 PM (EDT)
    • Live Workshop Tampa FL
    • 9

    Fun In The Sun - Five Day Workshop

    Training, Behavior & Fun In The Sun. Learn How To Train 16 Obedience Skills and All The Trimmings

    Level - Intermediate

    Continuing Education Units

    CCPDT - 21 & IAABC - 36


    A Five Day Dog Training Workshop

    Five Days of Hands on Learning, Fun and Practical Applications For You & Your Dog.

    Vacation With or Without Your Dog 

    Force-Free Fun In The Sun -  Up Your Training Game!



    Want to use Our Interest Free Financing?

    Register for the workshop and then contact Rebekah King 


    Come to Sunny Florida and enjoy five  action packed days of creative fun activities while you craft your trade and become a more well rounded training professional.  



    Workshop Description

    July is a great time to come to sunny central Florida and enjoy 5 action packed days of creative fun dog training activities.

    Join Angelica Steinker & Niki Tudge for this fun 5 day adventure learning the skills of a professional dog trainer while your pet dog learns some new skills and tricks. You will enjoy 8 hours a day of classroom tuition and hands-on training. This program is suitable for beginner and intermediate dog trainers.

    Key Topics Covered

    • Learning & Behavior
    • Functionally Analyzing Behavior
    • Operant Conditioning
    • Respondent Conditioning
    • Canine Health & Handling
    • Reinforcement Types & Schedules
    • Using Antecedent and Postcedent Training Protocols
    • Using Play To Motivate and Reinforce Behaviors
    • Developing Training Strategies 
    • Behavior Chains

    Key Practical Skills Covered

    • Shaping, Luring, Targeting & Capturing
    • Differential Reinforcement & Its Role In Resolving Problem Behaviors
    • 16 Pet Dog Obedience Skills
    • Practical Application of Reinforcement Strategies
    • A Fun Afternoon Dock Diving, Lure Coursing and Agility Training
    • Problem Solving for Difficult Situations

    Daily Schedule

    Your day will commence at 8.30  AM with a two hour mid-day break for lunch and relaxation. Activities will resume in the afternoon from 2 PM until 6 PM.

    The hours will fly by as you are challenged by your mentors and your two legged companion. During the week you will have an opportunity to visit our Dog Sports location and try out Dock Diving, Agility and Lure Coursing.


    We guarantee fun, our training programs are packed full of games and fun exercises for both you and your dog.

    Supplemental Information

    • The seminar price includes morning coffee and afternoon drinks. A small lunch snack will be provided, but you may bring food with you in the morning and prepare it on site.
    • There will be an onsite Bonfire ‘Get Together’ one Evening. A small additional fee will be charged for snacks and refreshments if you choose to attend, ($20.00). Reservations can be made closer to the date.
    • We recommend all the dogs be in comfortable harnesses for the seminar
    • No human- or dog-reactive dogs please.
    • No noisy dogs.
    • At registration there will be additional questions regarding any dogs that you plan to attend with.
    • There will be no refunds given.
    • Please bring with you a mat for your dog to rest on, a Kong or other mentally stimulating toy and lots of small yummy treats.


    Contact Rebekah King our membership manager with any questions. Click here

    • Saturday, July 11, 2015
    • 8:30 AM (EDT)
    • Sunday, July 12, 2015
    • 5:30 PM (EDT)
    • Live Workshop Tampa FL
    • 30

    Fun In The Sun!


    A Weekend Of Canine Fun - Up Your Training Game!

    Continuing Education Units

    16 CEUs - CPDT

    16 CEUs - IAABC

    16 CEUs - KPA

    16 CEUs - PPG

    A Fun Action Packed Two Day Dog Training Workshop With or Without Your Dog!


    Come to Sunny Wesley Chapel in Central Florida and enjoy two action packed days of creative fun activities while you craft your trade and become a more well rounded dog trainer.  



    Workshop Description


    Join Niki Tudge & Angelica Steinker for this fun fast paced 2 day adventure learning the skills of a professional dog trainer while your pet dog learns some new skills and tricks. You will enjoy 8 hours a day of  tuition split between  classroom lectures and training fun. This program is suitable for beginner and intermediate dog trainers.

    Key Topics Covered

    • What is Learning & Behavior and What is It Not!
    • The Skinny on Operant Conditioning 
    • The Use of Differential Reinforce To Solve Training  Problems
    • Key Operant Conditioning Protocols, Shaping, Capturing, Targeting and Luring
    • Reinforcement Types & Schedules
    • Using Play to motivate and reinforce behaviors
    Key Practical Skills Covered
    • Shaping, Luring, Targeting & Capturing
    • 8 Pet Dog Obedience Skills


    Daily Schedule
    Your day will commence at 8.30  AM with a One hour mid-day break for lunch and relaxation. Activities will resume in the afternoon. 

    The hours will fly by as you are challenged by your mentors and your two legged companion. 


    We guarantee fun, our training programs are packed full of games and fun exercises for both you and your dog. 

    Two Types of Registrant

    1. Working Sport is $300.00
    2. Auditor Spot is $220.00

    Supplemental Information

    • The seminar price includes morning coffee and afternoon drinks. 
    • Lunch will be provided on both days.
    • There will be an onsite Bonfire ‘Get Together’ on the Saturday evening.  A small additional fee will be charged for snacks and refreshments if you choose to attend, ($20.00). Reservations can be made closer to the date.
    • We recommend all the dogs be in comfortable harnesses for the seminar
    • No human- or dog-reactive dogs please.
    • No noisy dogs.
    • At registration there will be additional questions regarding any dogs that you plan to attend with.
    • There will be no refunds given.
    • Please bring with you a crate or mat for your dog to rest on, a Kong or other mentally stimulating toy and lots of small yummy treats.

    Workshop  Location

    The workshop is held at The DogSmith Training Center and home to the Pet Professional Guild. We are set on 23 aces of land nestled on the banks of Kings Lake. 

    Your Presenter Bio's

    Niki Tudge Click here 

    Angelica Steinker Click Here

    Contact Rebekah King our manager with any questions. Click here

    • Saturday, August 22, 2015
    • 8:30 AM (EDT)
    • Sunday, August 23, 2015
    • 5:30 PM (EDT)
    • Live Workshop Tampa FL
    • 30

    Fun In The Sun!


    A Weekend Of Canine Fun - Up Your Training Game!

    Continuing Education Units

    16 CEUs - CPDT

    16 CEUs - IAABC

    16 CEUs - KPA

    16 CEUs - PPG

    A Fun Action Packed Two Day Dog Training Workshop With or Without Your Dog!


    Come to Sunny Wesley Chapel in Central Florida and enjoy two action packed days of creative fun activities while you craft your trade and become a more well rounded dog trainer.  



    Workshop Description


    Join Niki Tudge & Angelica Steinker for this fun fast paced 2 day adventure learning the skills of a professional dog trainer while your pet dog learns some new skills and tricks. You will enjoy 8 hours a day of  tuition split between  classroom lectures and training fun. This program is suitable for beginner and intermediate dog trainers.

    Key Topics Covered

    • What is Learning & Behavior and What is It Not!
    • The Skinny on Operant Conditioning 
    • The Use of Differential Reinforce To Solve Training  Problems
    • Key Operant Conditioning Protocols, Shaping, Capturing, Targeting and Luring
    • Reinforcement Types & Schedules
    • Using Play to motivate and reinforce behaviors
    Key Practical Skills Covered
    • Shaping, Luring, Targeting & Capturing
    • 8 Pet Dog Obedience Skills


    Daily Schedule
    Your day will commence at 8.30  AM with a One hour mid-day break for lunch and relaxation. Activities will resume in the afternoon. 

    The hours will fly by as you are challenged by your mentors and your two legged companion. 


    We guarantee fun, our training programs are packed full of games and fun exercises for both you and your dog. 

    Two Types of Registrant

    1. Working Sport is $300.00
    2. Auditor Spot is $220.00

    Supplemental Information

    • The seminar price includes morning coffee and afternoon drinks. 
    • Lunch will be provided on both days.
    • There will be an onsite Bonfire ‘Get Together’ on the Saturday evening.  A small additional fee will be charged for snacks and refreshments if you choose to attend, ($20.00). Reservations can be made closer to the date.
    • We recommend all the dogs be in comfortable harnesses for the seminar
    • No human- or dog-reactive dogs please.
    • No noisy dogs.
    • At registration there will be additional questions regarding any dogs that you plan to attend with.
    • There will be no refunds given.
    • Please bring with you a crate or mat for your dog to rest on, a Kong or other mentally stimulating toy and lots of small yummy treats.

    Workshop  Location

    The workshop is held at The DogSmith Training Center and home to the Pet Professional Guild. We are set on 23 aces of land nestled on the banks of Kings Lake. 

    Your Presenter Bio's

    Niki Tudge Click here 

    Angelica Steinker Click Here

    Contact Rebekah King our manager with any questions. Click here

    • Monday, September 21, 2015
    • 8:00 AM (EDT)
    • Friday, September 25, 2015
    • 6:00 PM (EDT)
    • Live Workshop Tampa FL
    • 10

    Fun In The Sun - Five Day Workshop

    Training, Behavior & Fun In The Sun. Learn How To Train 16 Obedience Skills & All The Trimmings

    Level - Intermediate

    Continuing Education Units

    CCPDT - 21 & IAABC - 36


    A Five Day Dog Training Workshop

    Five Days of Hands on Learning, Fun and Practical Applications For You & Your Dog.

    Vacation With or Without Your Dog 

    Force-Free Fun In The Sun -  Up Your Training Game!



    Want to use Our Interest Free Financing?

    Register for the workshop and then contact Rebekah King 


    Come to Sunny Florida and enjoy five action packed days of creative fun activities while you craft your trade and become a more well rounded training professional.  



    Workshop Description

    July is a great time to come to sunny central Florida and enjoy 5 action packed days of creative fun dog training activities.

    Join Angelica Steinker & Niki Tudge for this fun 5 day adventure learning the skills of a professional dog trainer while your pet dog learns some new skills and tricks. You will enjoy 8 hours a day of classroom tuition and hands-on training. This program is suitable for beginner and intermediate dog trainers.

    Key Topics Covered

    • Learning & Behavior
    • Functionally Analyzing Behavior
    • Operant Conditioning
    • Respondent Conditioning
    • Canine Health & Handling
    • Reinforcement Types & Schedules
    • Using Antecedent and Postcedent Training Protocols
    • Using Play To Motivate and Reinforce Behaviors
    • Developing Training Strategies 
    • Behavior Chains

    Key Practical Skills Covered

    • Shaping, Luring, Targeting & Capturing
    • Differential Reinforcement & Its Role In Resolving Problem Behaviors
    • 16 Pet Dog Obedience Skills
    • Practical Application of Reinforcement Strategies
    • A Fun Afternoon Dock Diving, Lure Coursing and Agility Training
    • Problem Solving for Difficult Situations

    Daily Schedule

    Your day will commence at 8.30  AM with a two hour mid-day break for lunch and relaxation. Activities will resume in the afternoon from 2 PM until 6 PM.

    The hours will fly by as you are challenged by your mentors and your four legged companion. During the week you will have an opportunity to visit our Dog Sports location and try out Dock Diving, Agility and Lure Coursing.


    We guarantee fun, our training programs are packed full of games and fun exercises for both you and your dog. 

    Supplemental Information

    • The seminar price includes morning coffee and afternoon drinks. A small lunch snack will be provided, but you may bring food with you in the morning and prepare it on site.
    • There will be an onsite Bonfire ‘Get Together’ one Evening. A small additional fee will be charged for snacks and refreshments if you choose to attend, ($20.00). Reservations can be made closer to the date.
    • We recommend all the dogs be in comfortable harnesses for the seminar
    • No human- or dog-reactive dogs please.
    • No noisy dogs.
    • At registration there will be additional questions regarding any dogs that you plan to attend with.
    • There will be no refunds given.
    • Please bring with you a mat for your dog to rest on, a Kong or other mentally stimulating toy and lots of small yummy treats.


    Contact Rebekah King our membership manager with any questions. Click here

    • Saturday, October 17, 2015
    • 8:30 AM (EDT)
    • Sunday, October 18, 2015
    • 5:30 PM (EDT)
    • Live Workshop Tampa FL
    • 30

    Fun In The Sun!


    A Weekend Of Canine Fun - Up Your Training Game!

    Continuing Education Units

    16 CEUs - CPDT

    16 CEUs - IAABC

    16 CEUs - KPA

    16 CEUs - PPG

    A Fun Action Packed Two Day Dog Training Workshop With or Without Your Dog!


    Come to Sunny Wesley Chapel in Central Florida and enjoy two action packed days of creative fun activities while you craft your trade and become a more well rounded dog trainer.  



    Workshop Description


    Join Niki Tudge & Angelica Steinker for this fun fast paced 2 day adventure learning the skills of a professional dog trainer while your pet dog learns some new skills and tricks. You will enjoy 8 hours a day of  tuition split between  classroom lectures and training fun. This program is suitable for beginner and intermediate dog trainers.

    Key Topics Covered

    • What is Learning & Behavior and What is It Not!
    • The Skinny on Operant Conditioning 
    • The Use of Differential Reinforce To Solve Training  Problems
    • Key Operant Conditioning Protocols, Shaping, Capturing, Targeting and Luring
    • Reinforcement Types & Schedules
    • Using Play to motivate and reinforce behaviors
    Key Practical Skills Covered
    • Shaping, Luring, Targeting & Capturing
    • 8 Pet Dog Obedience Skills


    Daily Schedule
    Your day will commence at 8.30  AM with a One hour mid-day break for lunch and relaxation. Activities will resume in the afternoon. 

    The hours will fly by as you are challenged by your mentors and your two legged companion. 


    We guarantee fun, our training programs are packed full of games and fun exercises for both you and your dog. 

    Two Types of Registrant

    1. Working Sport is $300.00
    2. Auditor Spot is $220.00

    Supplemental Information

    • The seminar price includes morning coffee and afternoon drinks. 
    • Lunch will be provided on both days.
    • There will be an onsite Bonfire ‘Get Together’ on the Saturday evening.  A small additional fee will be charged for snacks and refreshments if you choose to attend, ($20.00). Reservations can be made closer to the date.
    • We recommend all the dogs be in comfortable harnesses for the seminar
    • No human- or dog-reactive dogs please.
    • No noisy dogs.
    • At registration there will be additional questions regarding any dogs that you plan to attend with.
    • There will be no refunds given.
    • Please bring with you a crate or mat for your dog to rest on, a Kong or other mentally stimulating toy and lots of small yummy treats.

    Workshop  Location

    The workshop is held at The DogSmith Training Center and home to the Pet Professional Guild. We are set on 23 aces of land nestled on the banks of Kings Lake. 

    Your Presenter Bio's

    Niki Tudge Click here 

    Angelica Steinker Click Here

    Contact Rebekah King our manager with any questions. Click here

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