Do you have a Naughty But Nice Dog?

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Do you find it stressful walking your dog out and about and are worried about what is going to happen?

A Naughty But Nice dog is very often misunderstood. They have their challenges or issues and may not like certain situations, people or other dogs. Very often Naughty But Nice dogs are lacking in confidence, whilst appearing ‘confident’ when they bark and lunge towards whatever they are troubled by.

Do you find it stressful walking your dog out and about and are worried about what is going to happen? If you are struggling with these issues, we would love to help.

Come to one of our special training events here at Devon Dogs – created and designed with you in mind. We have Naughty But Nice Day on 14 January 2017 at the Newhall Equestrian Centre.

The very best training you can have is to attend a 4-day Naughty But Nice Training Camp. Our next one will be held in May of 2017. Some examples of issues you will deal with during the NBN Skills Camp:

  • how to deal with situations
  • how to work with chase
  • an optional social walk each day
  • boundaries and crate games
  • lead walking and energy
  • practical skills workshops
  • designated skills groups teaching essentials to owning an NBN dog
  • games and essentials for NBN dogs
  • vet behaviourist talk
  • a seminar/Q&A get together each evening
  • working with difficult breeds specialists
  • working with family life and boundaries talk

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lauren langman
About the Author: Lauren Langman is responsible for the design and development of all Devon Dogs classes, events and workshops. She competes in Agility at Grade 7, the highest rank of competition in the British agility arena. She regularly competes and wins at top agility events in the UK including Crufts and Olympia, and has represented the UK at World Agility Championship level on many occasions.

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