Talks and demonstrations can be presented to any organisation on any dog-related issues. Talks have been presented to veterinarians, schools, breed clubs, vet practice’s re-openings and the students of the Equine-Librium College in Plettenberg Bay.

Practical workshops can be topic specific i.e. loose lead walking, recall, body language, Tellington Ttouch™, husbandry/body handling etc. Many practical workshops have also been given to hard working and dedicated staff and volunteers that work at our animal shelters and welfare.

In remote towns, where access to trainers are not easy, I also present small group classes, if there is a sufficient amount of people interested. So if you have a group of friends in a small town, round them up, and we’ll have some fun training your dogs.

Bite prevention presentations are also given to kindergartens and school children. This presentation has been very popular and we have been invited back year after year to some nursery schools.

It is an interactive 35-40 minute power point presentation with video and practical exercises that help children identify the signals that dogs give when they are stressed or about to bite. They are taught how to respond when a strange dog approach them, runs towards them or scares them. They also practice what to do if the dog has jumped on them and pushed them to the ground.