Try humanandcanine.com for contact Details of a gentleman named Sean Leatham NASDU and BIPDT quite frankly the best I have come accross.
Not wanting to have a go at any TP in particular, I am just a little puzzled as to how someone with no experience can do a course and then have an opinion of how good or bad that course was without having a valid point of reference. Feeling that you have had value for money is a personal and emotional viewpoint and is completely separate to the fact of whether the course, the instructors etc were good or bad. I am interested to hear what others think
Hello mpctc to answer your question on the above message I have worked for a few companies and attended numerous training days with others since my innitial course and I can honestly say since then, any others I have sat in on I have not came across an area that wasn't covered on my innitial course. Dont get me wrong most other training I received was of an excelent standard and its always good to do any extensive training should the opportunity knock to keep your skills sharp, hope this has answered your question
I was an IBG before leaving the industry 10 years ago. As I am sure you can all understand the market is now flooded and therefore I am keeping my options open. With this in mind I am looking to move into the K9 arena and I need a trainer and a suitable dog (not a sports dog who is trained for show). I need the very best and without sounding conceited money is not my deciding factor.
again Malpeet mate i have a Malpeet suplied dog simon took time to find me the right dog for me and not just one he had hanging around the kennels. he could have sold her meny times over after promising her to me