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Tellington Touch workshop - caring for your dog, naturally.

Is your dog fearful, aggressive, pull on the lead, scared of loud noises or chew? These and many more are issues typically covered by the Tellington Touch method, a natural way to train and care for your dog.

The Tellington Touch Method (Ttouch) is taught as a non-invasive method of physical touches which are completely non-habitual and then combined with simple ground exercises. They are designed to communicate & educate dogs (or ANY animal) without fear or force, thereby helping them to overcome common problems. Ttouch supports the dog in the moment and in its life as a whole and so reinforces our bond with our dogs out of mutual respect.

This one day introductory workshop covers such things as; why Ttouch works, cellular memory, intent, Calming Signals (which is how a dog communicates with us), how stress affects our dogs, negative re-inforcement and a suitable selection of the Tellington Touches themselves.

The next 3 workshop dates are Sat 15th March, Sat 12th April, Sat 24th May and are held in Brasted, Kent. For more details call Mark Simmons on 01959 561774 or visit


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