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From the Kennel Club

29 Apr

The KCAI Scheme and PRO PLAN who hosted the Career Zone at Crufts are proud to present the third annual ‘Try Out, Take In and Teach’ education weekend, designed for ‘canine professionals’ and for those who would like a career with dogs. For the first time this fantastic weekend is open to canine professionals! This email is to formally invite you to ‘Try Our, Take In and Teach’ or ‘TOTIT’ as it is affectionately known which will take place at the Kennel Club Building, Stoneleigh Park, Warwickshire, on Saturday 24th and Sunday 25th May 2014.‘Try Out, Take In and Teach’ or ‘TOTIT’ as it is affectionately known will take place at the Kennel Club Building, Stoneleigh Park, Warwickshire on Saturday 24th and Sunday 25th May 2014. Day and weekend tickets are available for this exciting event which offers a unique and varied programme of learning over the course of the weekend. Seminars and comprehensive workshops covering everything from dog behaviour and training, competitive activities, nutrition, anatomy and much more are all presented by some of the UK’s experts in their chosen field. Hot topics such as ‘Frustration Leading to Anger’ and ‘Aggression’ will be explored by some of the KCAI Scheme’s most well received speakers Jane Hanshaw KCAI (CD Beh) and Jackie Drakeford KCAI (CD WLSA) respectively, and for those who enjoy more practical displays; sessions such as clicker work with Angela White Fellow KCAI (CD Ob Beh GCDS), competitive and non-competitive agility with Steve Croxford KCAI (Ag) and Working Gundog Tests with Philippa Williams KCAI (CD WG FT) are all on offer. The practical sessions also have VERY LIMITED handler places, so book quickly if you would like to bring your dog for this rare opportunity!Purina PRO PLAN, with a passion for education and a mission to provide the very best in canine nutrition will again work together with the KCAI Scheme to provide the very best advice and learning opportunities at TOTIT. Experts will be providing scientific, unbiased lectures surrounding nutrition for various lifestyles including mobility, the canine athlete and stages of your dog’s life from puppyhood to senior years.

The wide variety of options on offer also means that you can create your own distinctive programme of learning, whatever your interests may be. If this sounds interesting to you why not head here for more information or contact the KCAI Team on 0844 463 3980 ext 321 to book a place. We hope to see you at ‘Try Out, Take In and Teach’ at the Kennel Club Building in May!

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