View Full Version : Oct. 22/23, 2011 - Newmarket, Ontario: Cheryl Smith workshop - K9 Conflict Resolution

08-26-2011, 07:23 PM
Don't miss this 2-day workshop. Permission is given to cross post.

Court authority on dog aggression: CHERYL SMITH
Canine Conflict Resolution
Introduction by popular, 20-year veteran trainer Karin Apfel
of DogSmart Training.
Newmarket, Ontario
October 22nd and 23rd, 2011
Continental breakfast at 8:30
Power Point presentation

ALL inclusive: Refreshments all day, Breaks am/pm with snacks, Lunch, Ending 5 pm, Pens, Notepaper, Custom Certificates of Attendance, Door prizes each day, FREE parking, Speaker notes, FREE goodie bags

HOSTED by Fox-Fire Publishing Inc and the American Staffordshire Terrier Club of Canada (ASTCC)

A portion of the proceeds to the Dog Legislation Council of Canada (DLCC)

COMMERCIAL interests are invited to include their literature, samples, coupons in goodie bags to be distributed free of charge to each attendee. Please contact [email protected] or 905-775-6320 to make arrangements. Please have your materials to me at least one week in advance. No limit to the number of pieces you may include.

Discounts to ASTCC, DLCC, groups, rescue workers, regular Fox-Fire attendees, earlybird (ends September 15th). See http://www.foxfirepublishing.com for complete details, map, direction, dog friendly accommodation DISCOUNTS, prices, registration form, speaker biography, demonstration dog questionnaire.

We still require two demonstration dogs for case study for dog/dog and dog/human aggression discussion.

Cheryl will also be pre-booking private sessions and her book will be available for purchase.

DAY ONE: The background will cover both dog/dog and dog/human. There will be two dog/human case studies/demo in the afternoon of the first day.

DAY TWO: The second day will be devoted to the dog/dog. It would be necessary for the dog/dog people to be there for the two days.

This is a Two-Day Workshop style Seminar with input and discussion from attendees with regards to pre-chosen problem dogs. We regret that we must limit the number of attendees. While the issues addressed will be dog-to-dog aggression or dog-to-human aggression as in the past, this workshop is not to be confused with those seminars. This is an entirely new program to address various areas of problems with our canine companions. Demonstration dogs will be chosen with that criteria in mind.

NOTE: Due to the nature of this event, the weekend is not suitable for other dogs (only those chosen for demonstration purposes will be permitted entry) or children. Please make other arrangements for your pets and children.

Bev Lewis
[email protected]