Aim: In 3 days, achieve complete de-stressing of your dog and yourself
A trip with your dog, to the mountains to meet other dogs, but above all to learn an efficient and gentle method that completely relieves your dog of stress, relieves or even eliminates his fear of thunderstorms, firecrackers, etc.
The Tellington method offers a variety of possibilities, e.g.
Stress-free with your dog in everyday life.
Healthy dog from puppy to old age
Fears of thunderstorms, gunshots or New Year's Eve fireworks reduce fear to no more
Relaxed in the veterinary practice
These are just a few ways you can use the Tellington Method to engage your dog.
With the holistic TellingtonMethod® you have the opportunity to calm your dog out of stressful situations. You will learn simple touches and playful floor exercises that you can incorporate into everyday life with your dog and thus get out of any stressful situation . The Tellington TTouch® is a mindful touch, this is carried out with gentle pressure. The animal can concentrate more and is less afraid. Self-confidence is strengthened, but it also promotes the bond between humans and animals. TTouches® are gentle touches that take away fear and insecurity. Most dogs enjoy this method and so do their owners. My training partner Jessy (picture) enjoys this kind of work and even demands it from time to time.
Treat yourself and your darling to a day together so that you can get out of any stressful situation in the future!
No prior knowledge required
Day 1: Arrival at around 5:00 p.m. First meeting for a short welcome, around 1 hour without the dog
Day 2: from 9:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. workshop from 12:30 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. lunch break; A break of up to 15 minutes each in the morning and afternoon, as needed.
Learning the TTouches®
Working with body bands
Day 3: Day hike together, paying attention to what we implemented from the workshop
Day 4: from 9:30 a.m. to approx. 11:30 a.m. workshop. Here we discuss what worked during the hike and what didn't and go into what is still needed.
Minimum participants: 5 dogs
Maximum participants: 12 dogs
Please do not come with a female dog in heat