About the Workshop:
This workshop will help you better understand reactivity. Jordan will be demonstrating effective techniques for reactivity using practical live set-ups that you will watch and learn from.
On Sunday February 19th from 10am to 1pm we will meet via video call as a group to discuss the dogs that will be attending and for Jordan to explain the theory of working with reactive dogs.
On Sunday February 26th from 10am to 4pm we will meet in-person at Ashton Park School in Bristol. There we will do practical training with the dogs where you can ask questions and learn from training as it happens.
Handler spots enable you to discuss your dog's case on the February 19th video call and work them with Jordan in-person on the 26th. Spectators will be allowed to observe both the cases and theory on the 19th as well as watch and ask questions on the 26th, however will not be permitted to bring any dogs.
Note: This workshop is focusing on dogs that are reactive to other dogs. This workshop is not suitable for dogs that are reactive to humans.
About Jordan Shelley:
Jordan is an animal behaviourist that has been mentored by dog training legends like Dr Ian Dunbar and Steve Mann, as well as teaching workshops alongside Grisha Stewart in America.
Jordan has instructed many workshops for student dog trainers including at the Dog Training College, where he teaches a Reactivity masterclass.
He's been featured in Your Dog Magazine, Dogs Today Magazine, the PDSA, The RSPCA, The Mirror & many more.
As a welfare campaigner Jordan created the #FlopNotCrop campaign which called for the government to ban the importation of dogs with cropped ears.
Sunday February 19th - Online
Sunday February 26th:
Ashton Park School