Events

If you have attended one of David’s seminars, you can download the handouts for Predatory Chasing or Holistic Nature of Canine Behaviour online.


Friday 19th May 2017, Dianthus Building, Wishbone Way, Goldsworth Park, Woking, Surrey, GU21 3RT
David is pleased to present a full day seminar based on his popular book "Dogs that Bite and Fight" organised by Astrid Lowe of Enjoy Your Dog events on Friday 19th May 2017 at Dianthus Building, Wishbone Way, Goldsworth Park, Woking, Surrey, GU21 3RT The problem of dogs biting people and fighting other dogs is getting worse. Every year the NHS dog bite figures increase, court cases for dangerous dogs are at an all-time high, the government is still failing to tackle the issue of “status dogs”, postal and other delivery workers and assistance dog users are demanding protection, behaviourists’ case-loads are full of biters and fighters. Whatever happened to man’s best friend? No sensible person wants their dog to bite them or anybody else, or to fight with other dogs, so why is it happening on an unprecedented scale? This seminar provides a complete understanding of why pet dogs become biters and fighters, how to prevent it and how to change the behaviour, including training methods that owners can use with their own pets. There is no need for man’s best friend to also be our worst enemy. For booking information please book through Astrid's website at  http://enjoy-your-dog.co.uk/events/dogs-that-bite-and-fight/  or facebook at https://www.facebook.com/events/1390216160997067...
Sunday 24th September 2017, Nora Grace Hall, Faversham Close, Tring, Hertfordshire HP23 5BA
We are more than pleased to be back with Hanne Grice's Walk the Dog at the Nora Grace Hall, Faversham Close, Tring, Hertfordshire HP23 5BA on Sunday 24th September 2017, this time with our ever-popular Predatory Chase seminar. Throwing a ball for a game of chase is an enjoyable and rewarding experience for many owners and their dogs. For other owners canine chase behaviour turns into a nightmare when their dog chases cyclists, cars or sheep. When their dogs choose what to chase it can compromise owners financially, cause the target severe injury or even death, and threaten the life of the dog. This seminar looks at the reasons for the problem, the more effective solutions and how to control the behaviour. For booking and further details see Hanne's website at http://www.doglistener.tv/events/david-ryan-2...