Workshops

Teach your dog to be a Companion dog

What is a Companion dog ?

A Companion dog is a totally balanced and calm dog you can take 

anywhere without any doubts. You are in full control of the dog, 

because it has full trust and faith in you. It can overcome any 

situation with you without fear, because your relationship is 

based on trust and the bond between you both.

The training needs more or less one year depending on the 

dog owner.

Once the course is completed you will receive a certificate 

confirming, that you are a good packleader and that your 

dog passed all necessary and difficult stages to become 

Companion dog.


Teaching your dog to be a Companion dog is on a high level  

and requires a very good understanding of communication with 

your dog.


A Companion dog is the stage before becoming a Service dog: 

Blind dog, Sniffer dog of any kind, medical dog etc.


There is nothing more rewarding than having a Companion dog 

with you. 

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Introduction to dog education

Here you learn how to raise a puppy in the right way with all 

consequences, so there won't be any problems later.

The goal of every dog owner should be to take the dog everywhere 

with you without any problems.


- This workshop takes 4 hrs. incl. a break and consists of:

- what does my puppy need at what age ?

- what are the most important subjects in the education ?

- Nutrition and grooming

- Demonstrations with videos and practice

- at the end will be Q + A

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What has to be taken care of when adopting a dog from the shelter ?

Here you learn the most important steps, which have to be taken care of

to avoid later problems.

This workshop takes 4 hrs. incl. a break and consists of:

the single steps will be explained in detail

Demonstrations with videos and practice

at the end will be Q +A

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