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Workshops are as little as 1 day or as long as 4 day events.  And are for those who are looking to add more knowledge from professional dog trainers in the industry.  Workshops do not require any prerequisite courses and do not provide any certification to students.

Upcoming Workshops

Check back for Workshops regularly

dog nose showing the pads of a dogs nose that take in scent for WCCA nose work course


This workshop is fantastic for trainers ready to add a level of training that will help 
clients give their dogs a purpose filled outlet.  Nose work is by far one of the most fun and inclusive activities you can learn and teach.

Dogs of ALL breed, sizes and ages can participate

Dog Owners who require low level activities to do with their dog can enjoy nose work. Rainy day? nose work is perfect  Senior dog? nose work is perfect.  It really is the activity for all dogs and owners.  Trainers adding nose work options to their services can benefit in boosting their clientele, their income and helping owners do more with their dogs - this is the main goal!

What you will learn: 

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Dog massage for WCCA Conditioning Relaxation Course

Conditioning relaxation Through Massage

This one day workshop is to help you understand how to relax your dog through simple at home massage techniques that focus on a number of beneficial factors including relaxation and to put that relaxation on cue. 

  • Learn how to help your dog relax

  • Learn cycling which will help your dog understand the contrast and difference in relaxing and not being in a relaxed state.

  • Learn the benefits of massage

  • Define & explain purpose of conditioning relaxation - uses/limitations

  • List contraindications of massage

  • Preparing yourself - getting in the right physical/mental state to massage

  • Preparing your dog - getting in the right location/environment (beginning)

  • Massage strokes - explain different massage strokes

  • Application & technique of strokes

  • Assessing feedback - reading visual cues from the dog

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