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How doggie parkour can enhance your training repertoire

How doggie parkour can enhance your training repertoire

  • Tuesday, February 22, 2022
  • 7:00 PM
  • Thursday, February 22, 2024
  • 8:00 PM
  • Live Webinar: AEDT


  • Paid up members of any membership type
  • PPGA Pet Owner members (non paying members) and members of the public

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Presented by Hilary Paul

Many trainers and pet owners are using scent games/find it type of activities with their dogs to help with dogs who may be triggered by stimuli out in the environment.  Well, have you ever thought about using another form of activity to do the same? Now you can with just a few basic skills you and your clients could be doing Doggie Parkour!

Learning Objectives

 What it is

Why it helps

 Who to use it with

 How to start

      About The Presenter

      K9 Potential

      Long standing animal lover and professional dog trainer for over 10 years Hilary has had many animals, dogs, cats, alpacas and cows, and gets the chance to train horses and birds at times. Hilary likes to challenge herself by taking on clients behaviourally difficult dogs. Currently therapy and service dog training is her other special interest, along with ongoing education and cooperative work relationships. Hilary is a dog assessor for Story dogs, and also serves on the panel to assess applications from trainers to be Story dog assessors. Hilary also has a history of volunteering with her own dogs in therapy setting.

      Hilary’s professional qualifications and memberships include:

      • Diploma in Canine Behaviour Science and Technology (2019)
      • Certificate in Dog Training and Behaviour (2010) from the National Dog Trainers Federation
      • Fear Free Certified Trainer 2019
      • Dog assessor for Story dogs
      • MindDog preferred trainer
      • IAABC International association animal behaviour consultants
      • Member of Pet Professional Guild (PPG)
      • Member of the Association of Pet Dog Trainers
      • Member Behaviour Education Network (BEN USA)

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