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Morag Heirs joins speaker lineup for The North East Dog Festival

March 3, 2017

The North East Dog Festival is pleased to announce that Morag Heirs will be joining the lineup of expert speakers at this year’s festival.

 

Taking place on Saturday 9th September at Kirkley Hall in Northumberland the North East Dog Festival is set to be the biggest day in your dog’s calendar this year! Get your tickets HERE

 

As well as have-a-go activities, dog shows, main ring displays and lots of shopping for the first time ever the festival will host an education marquee. A lineup of expert speakers will talk throughout the day on everything from behaviour to scentwork, nutrition to basic training. It’s a fantastic opportunity to tap into a wealth of knowledge all in one day - and all at no extra cost! Find out what Morag will be chatting about below;

 

Morag Heirs - Well Connected Canine

Mind, body and soul for your best friend.

 

Morag will be presenting talks on Talking Dogs Rally and Talking Dogs Scentwork; two of the most popular new canine sports in the UK. Find out about how you can get involved - what it entails and how to train elements. Morag will also be presenting on training a deaf dog. Alongside this the Well Connected Canine team will be providing have-a-go TD Scentwork and TD Rally. 

Well Connected Canine was established in August 2009 by Morag Heirs to meet the demand for rewards-based training in the York area. We offer guardians/owners the skills to help them understand and communicate with their dogs more easily. Although dogs naturally form close bonds with humans, there are many ways in which we can enhance these relationships. Find out more

 

 

 

 

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