Intermediate Skills

Dual Handling Working Dogs

3 Steps

Masterclass Details

Do you currently have two dogs, or are you interested in two dogs in the future? The skills needed to not only work two dogs in the field but also manage them at home and out on "free walks" is a skill often overlooked and not thought about.

This two-hour live will go through introducing a new dog to the household; household manners with two dogs; managing and maintaining good relationships and tranquillity in your house with two or more dogs; finding the time to train two dogs separately and together; when to start dual handling- this includes: how to start to introduce two dogs to work (prep work) and exercises suitable for obedience, picking up and beating when working more than one dog.

Really enjoyed it and gave me a lot to work on

Brilliant insight into what you should do when dual handling. Information was very clear and concise. Liked the use of the whiteboard to illustrate moves. Really enjoyed it and gave me a lot to work on. Very happy with what I have seen covered. Very efficient, that a lot of preparation goes into the masterclasses which is much appreciated.

Sandra G

I have a clear view of what I need to begin working on going forward

Dual Handling. Very Satisfied. Learning how to manage and train my two Labradors both together and separately, Emma explained everything really well and I have a clear view of what I need to begin working on going forward.

Fay R

Helped me to plan my dog's training for dual handling

It was fantastic, I truly enjoyed it and learned a lot. Helped me to plan my dog's training för dual handling and to think about how to start a young dog in the field and when and how to introduce cold game.

Gunni W

Clear and structured explanations

Dual handling - Very satisfied. Clear and structured explanations, whiteboard diagrams. Very thorough. Would like the exercise sheets Emma referred to in the session - how do I access these??

Sarah H

Course Structure

Society Members Only

Live Recording

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