Paul Daly presents a range of educational seminars where he not only shares with you his vast knowledge and experience of canine training and behaviour, but also encourages you to engage in the discussion with the aim of you gaining a better understanding of the subject.
These seminars are designed to be motivational and to empower you with new found knowledge and ideas that you can then take away and use to implement more informed practises within your working or home environment. Paul deliberately keeps the seminars professional but relaxed to make you feel as comfortable as possible.
Seminars are also a good way for like-minded people to network and meet other attendees with similar interests. This offers you the opportunity to make valuable contacts whilst furthering your knowledge at the same time.
They differ from workshops in that workshops tend to be more hands on, please see our range of workshops for further information.
At Canine Coaching we recognise that education is a key factor so we are therefore pleased to announce that we are putting on another Puppy seminar on the 8/04/18.
Please not this is a owner only seminar
Whether you are a dog owner, carer, service provider, rescue volunteer, student or you simply wish to gain a better understanding the importance of getting it right at the beginning then this seminar is for you.
At this 2 hour interactive presentation, Paul Daly will cover:
Should we buy or adopt?
What is the best breed for your family?
Where do you find all the information you need?
What are the pros and cons of taking on a Puppy?
What should we expect once we have the Puppy?
During this time, you will be encouraged to connect and interact with each other and with Paul.
Understanding how and when to move them forward is critical, this is your opportunity to gain a deeper understanding of all the different stages.
The venue for this seminar is the Function Room at Stanwick Lakes Visitor Centre and the event is open to up to 50 attendees.
The date is Sunday 8th April’18 with the presentation commencing at 1pm for 2 hours.
The cost is £25 per attendee, and this includes parking at the venue. You will also have access to the on-site facilities including their cafe.
Please see the payment link to reserve your place.
Paul is a complete natural when it comes to dogs and understands exactly what they are trying to tell us. There were little signs I was missing when I was out walking with my dog and Paul showed me exactly what to look for and how to deal with it. My dog has come on in leaps and bounds since our 1-1 session and I shall be carrying on with follow ups to keep us both on the right tracks. I would highly recommend him.
Having always had puppies I wasn’t completely prepared for the challenges a rescue dog could bring, certainly not a rather large German Shepherd with anxiety issues! Paul and his team were kindly helping a rescue I volunteer with, and after attending a few pack walks Dexter has moved forward, and gained confidence… but maybe more importantly, so have I! Thank-you…
Paul Daly is simply the best there is. He helped my Nina and Koady when no one else could. My 2 GSD's suffered terribly with excitement anxiety. They were off the chart. But with Paul"s coaching and persistence they became wonderful doggies. Paul continued to maintain an interest and followed their progress offering advice on the way. We owe Paul Daly everything for his help skill and patience. I wouldn't hesitate to recommend him to anyone needing help and have done so on many occasions.
I had a 5year old King Charles and brought home a 8week old King Charles spaniel. Lady struggled to bond with little Poppy as she had me to herself for 5years. She wouldn't let Poppy near here. Poppy also had social anxiety, separation anxiety and howled a great deal. Paul had them for a month and when they came home to me they were fully bonded and loved each other. They played together, ate together nicely and I was able to love both of them without one getting upset. Paul also advised me to get Poppy an MRI scan as he felt she had Syringomyleia a brain condition. I went straight to the vets and pleaded for an MRI scan and she was diagnosed and got the help and medication required to give her a good life. Thanks Paul so much for my wonderful, calm family.
Canine Coaching have supported us on many occasions and have helped us when we have had problems with individual dogs. With his humour, compassion and understanding of our canine friends, we would have absolutely no hesitation in recommending Paul - in fact we have done so, time and time again!