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Jay Jack - The Power of Play and Biological Fulfillment
Sat, May 6, 2017, 9:00 AM – Sun, May 7, 2017, 5:00 PM EDT
Everyone loves to play with their dog! The game of tug is a rough and tumble wrestling match that can be biologically fulfilling for many dogs. But really, proper tug is all about the clarity. They learn the rules of the relationship. You will BOTH learn the language of training that you will use in all future training. They learn to listen to your body language. They learn you’re strict, but fair. This a great relationship developer. But, there are rules. And, because there are rules….. They will also be working on their impulse control! Another interesting thing that this does is really develop their social drive. Tug can be a powerful relationship developer and training tool. If done right. Jay will show you how.
In additionon to tug, Jay will show other strategies that he uses to fulfill dogs needs on a biological level and help to create better communication and a healthier bond between human and canine. If you own a difficult, hyper, and explosive dog, or just a dog who loves to play, this workshop is a must.
Jay Jack is the co-owner of Next Level Dogs and 3 Bad Bullies. At 15 he rescued his first pit bull from a fighting breeder, and has been heavily involved with dogs ever since. Although he works with dogs of all breeds, Jay has a special place in his heart for "Bully Breeds", and much of his training style has developed around helping these often misunderstood animals thrive in a human world.
As a professional fighter/owner of a Jiu Jitsu school, who is covered in tatoos and has cauliflower ears, he can relate to a breed who is often judged by appearance. Like the dogs he works with Jay can be stuborn and strong, but also loving and loyal. He is devoted to the dogs he works with, never giving up or losing his composure. Jay believes that many of these dogs have the potential to be so amazing. They just need people that can handle what they are NOW, to get them to where they COULD BE.
Learn more about Jay at: http://nldogs.com or https://3badbullies.wordpress.com
*Coffee, refreshments, and lunches will be provided daily. Please let us know if you have any dietary restrictions.
*Working spot participants will be able to bring a dog to work with Jay during the seminar. For portions of the event, your dog will ned to be crated. Please bring a suitable crate, food/treats, any training equipment you regularly use, and a water dish for your dog