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Leash Handling and Problem Solving with Christina Bunn

Flying Ace is excited to host a one day seminar with Christina Bunn

Sunday, September 15, 9:30 am to 4:30 pm

Woodinville, Washington

 

Please join us for a day of intensive Nose Work instruction with Christina Bunn. This NACSW approved seminar will cover the importance of the human end of the leash, and how we can influence our dogs in both positive and negative ways.  There will be a lot of hands on leash handling drills for the humans. In the afternoon, we will work on troubleshooting specific issues requested by participants, as well as solving general Nose Work problems. 

About the instructor:

One of the most respected Detection Dog trainers on the West Coast, Christina has over 20 years professional experience training Detection Dogs. Owner and Master Trainer of Puget Sound Detection Dogs, she has  evaluated hundreds of canines and has trained over 150 dogs for the detection of controlled substances. Christina is a NACSW CNWI, Trial Judge, and Camp Instructor.

Important Information:

Registration: Registration is limited to 25 people, 10 working spots and 15 auditing spots. This seminar is approved for 3 CEUs.

Costs: Auditing: $85 Working: $190 Working spots are full! Please email heather@flying-ace.com if you would like to be added to the waitlist

Dog Policies: If you do not have a working spot in this seminar, please leave your dog at home. Your dog must be contained securely in in your vehicle when not working. There is limited shade in the parking lot and no interior crating.  Please clean up after your dog. There will be a trash can for disposal available in the potty area. Please don’t put waste in other trash cans on site. No aggressive dogs are allowed at this facility.

Requirements for  working dog/handler teams: Dogs must be nonreactive toward people – the presence of many observers would likely be overly stressful. Working dogs should be comfortable being watched by a group of people. Mild reactivity to other dogs is acceptable, aggression is not. Dogs must be able to stay quietly in their vehicles out of sight from their handlers. Dogs should be comfortable working on odor.

What to bring:  Wear weather appropriate clothes and shoes. We will be working inside and outside. Bring your own note taking supplies.

Food: We will provide water, snacks and light breakfast items. Lunch break will be approximately one hour. Please bring your own food. There are food places available nearby but not on site.

Video and Audio Taping: Video and/or audio taping is not permitted in general, however, working participants may have another participant videotape only their own dog if they wish.

Location: Crystal Creek Farms, 8902 222nd St. SE, Woodinville, WA 98077. The training building has concrete floors. Outdoor training spaces will be asphalt, gravel, grass and/or dirt. Bathrooms are available.

Cancellation Policy: All cancellations must be in writing via email and will be confirmed by return email. Your cancellation will not be valid without a written confirmation of receipt from Heather Rush or Jennifer Kisker. All refunds have a $25.00 administrative fee. • Full refund up to August 31, 2019 • 50% refund up to September 7, 2019  • No refunds for cancellations after September 7, 2019 • No refund for no-shows.

Registration closed.

Please email heather@flying-ace.com if you would like to be added to the waitlist