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  • Workshop / Seminar - The Academy - Sheila Harper
    a sometimes intimidating manner but to allow us to think It was superbly facilitated and directed with dog handling case studies and in depth perspective being important Sheila is not into Sit Down Stay The concentration is on having a positive and gentle development with your dog you are a team so that you can both enjoy I have been to presentations before where your attention starts to wander and where you can t wait for the course to end I was completely focused on this course for the whole 2 days there was What a weekend that was Will life with my dog ever be the same again I hope not I now have some tools for a new start with my first ever dog who at 14 months had lost his trust in me I soon realised that my inexperience really didn t matter as what we had come to learn about was new to everyone We all had a similar motivation for doing the course To do the best A wonderfully stimulating and well organised weekend It exceeded my expectations both in content and presentation I admire Sheila s passion calm positive energy and tireless motivation for teaching and sharing her profound pioneering and unique philosophy and knowledge of dogs and owners I learned a great deal and Bod was so relaxed and stress free due to your fantastic organisation I do so appreciate how much hard work and thought goes into the preparation of At that time I still believed in Pack Leadership dominance control and obedience Sheila opened my eyes and mind to the possibility that there was a different way to work with my three I wanted to say a big thank you for the hard work and time put into the courses and

    Original URL path: http://www.sheilaharper.co.uk/course/choices-and-boundaries.aspx (2016-02-08)
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  • Workshop / Seminar - The Academy - Sheila Harper
    Canine Studies 1 Netherlands IPACS 2 International Programme for Applied Canine Studies 2 Choices and Boundaries Netherlands Continued Professional Development Social Walks and Handling Netherlands Zoopharmacognosy Workshop Netherlands Upcoming courses Dog Centred Holiday 5 day course Date 25 07 2016 View Details View all courses We both loved the way Sheila Harper presented herself not to tell or advise us on what to believe or not like many trainers do in a sometimes intimidating manner but to allow us to think It was superbly facilitated and directed with dog handling case studies and in depth perspective being important Sheila is not into Sit Down Stay The concentration is on having a positive and gentle development with your dog you are a team so that you can both enjoy I have been to presentations before where your attention starts to wander and where you can t wait for the course to end I was completely focused on this course for the whole 2 days there was What a weekend that was Will life with my dog ever be the same again I hope not I now have some tools for a new start with my first ever dog who at 14 months had lost his trust in me I soon realised that my inexperience really didn t matter as what we had come to learn about was new to everyone We all had a similar motivation for doing the course To do the best A wonderfully stimulating and well organised weekend It exceeded my expectations both in content and presentation I admire Sheila s passion calm positive energy and tireless motivation for teaching and sharing her profound pioneering and unique philosophy and knowledge of dogs and owners I learned a great deal and Bod was so relaxed and stress free due

    Original URL path: http://www.sheilaharper.co.uk/course/continued-professional-development-social-walks-and-handling-netherlands.aspx (2016-02-08)
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  • Workshop / Seminar - The Academy - Sheila Harper
    manner but to allow us to think It was superbly facilitated and directed with dog handling case studies and in depth perspective being important Sheila is not into Sit Down Stay The concentration is on having a positive and gentle development with your dog you are a team so that you can both enjoy I have been to presentations before where your attention starts to wander and where you can t wait for the course to end I was completely focused on this course for the whole 2 days there was What a weekend that was Will life with my dog ever be the same again I hope not I now have some tools for a new start with my first ever dog who at 14 months had lost his trust in me I soon realised that my inexperience really didn t matter as what we had come to learn about was new to everyone We all had a similar motivation for doing the course To do the best A wonderfully stimulating and well organised weekend It exceeded my expectations both in content and presentation I admire Sheila s passion calm positive energy and tireless motivation for teaching and sharing her profound pioneering and unique philosophy and knowledge of dogs and owners I learned a great deal and Bod was so relaxed and stress free due to your fantastic organisation I do so appreciate how much hard work and thought goes into the preparation of At that time I still believed in Pack Leadership dominance control and obedience Sheila opened my eyes and mind to the possibility that there was a different way to work with my three I wanted to say a big thank you for the hard work and time put into the courses and for the patience

    Original URL path: http://www.sheilaharper.co.uk/course/zoopharmacognosy-workshop-nethwelands.aspx (2016-02-08)
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  • Sheila Harper - Holiday Host Page - Holidays With Your Dog - Dog Centred Holidays
    that my inexperience really didn t matter as what we had come to learn about was new to everyone We all had a similar motivation for doing the course To do the best A wonderfully stimulating and well organised weekend It exceeded my expectations both in content and presentation I admire Sheila s passion calm positive energy and tireless motivation for teaching and sharing her profound pioneering and unique philosophy and knowledge of dogs and owners I learned a great deal and Bod was so relaxed and stress free due to your fantastic organisation I do so appreciate how much hard work and thought goes into the preparation of At that time I still believed in Pack Leadership dominance control and obedience Sheila opened my eyes and mind to the possibility that there was a different way to work with my three I wanted to say a big thank you for the hard work and time put into the courses and for the patience and understanding of where I am at and what I have still to learn It could be quite We haven t been able to stop thinking about what we learnt and we re hungry for more We bought half a dozen books to keep us going Nosework Nosework Sheila Harper B Ed BA with Winny Boerman B App Sc Date 14th 18th August 2013 Time 9 30am registration day one for 10 00am start 5 00pm finish Venue The Centre For Adventure Penkridge Bank Cannock Chase WS15 2UF Price 325 Participant numbers up to 12 dogs and handlers welcome Limited numbers Maximum number of places including spectators 20 Target audience anyone from pet owner to professional who wants to enjoy time with their dog We know how much dogs love to use their noses and their ability to find never ceases to amaze us Take a glimpse into their world and enjoy their natural gifts in the company of other like minded people and dogs Join us on this activity holiday in a wonderfully relaxed atmosphere and the beautiful environment of the Cannock Chase Share pursuits that are closest to your dog s nature providing an outlet and an opportunity to engage in natural behaviour leading to satisfaction for both dog and owner Whether your dog is a beginner or specialist young or old large or small behavioural issues or not he will have the space opportunity and understanding to participate and enjoy time with you Learn an innovative gentle and non confrontational approach to understanding and working with your canine friend as a team Interests such as tracking and searching can be highly satisfying boosting a dog s self esteem and can be a great confidence builder for owners too Activities are tailor made for the individual dog in which the key for being successful is all about quality and not quantity Our main focus is not about performance but about how to recognise acknowledge and respect their great achievements Topics include Theoretical and practical

    Original URL path: http://www.sheilaharper.co.uk/course/nose-work.aspx (2016-02-08)
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  • Sheila Harper - Holiday Host Page - Holidays With Your Dog - Dog Centred Holidays
    fantastic organisation I do so appreciate how much hard work and thought goes into the preparation of At that time I still believed in Pack Leadership dominance control and obedience Sheila opened my eyes and mind to the possibility that there was a different way to work with my three I wanted to say a big thank you for the hard work and time put into the courses and for the patience and understanding of where I am at and what I have still to learn It could be quite We haven t been able to stop thinking about what we learnt and we re hungry for more We bought half a dozen books to keep us going Social Skills Improving Social Skills Sheila Harper B Ed BA with Winny Boerman B App Sc Dates 28th July 1st August 2015 Time 9 30am registration day one for 10 00am start 5 00pm finish Venue The Centre For Adventure Penkridge Bank Cannock Chase WS15 2UF Price 350 Participant numbers up to 12 dogs and handlers welcome Limited numbers Maximum number of places including spectators 20 Target audience anyone from pet owner to professional who wants to enjoy time with their dog Dogs are masters of so much more than we give them credit for Their natural abilities include a wonderful social competence and they can be great problem solvers and peace keepers Fitting in with our society is not so easy however All dogs benefit from good quality social contact and appropriate stimulation to build self confidence and security Having a good balance between mental and physical exercise is underestimated creative stimulating yet relaxing activities such as Nosework and problem solving can provide dogs with learning opportunities for developing skills for daily life Experience the value of challenging your dog to

    Original URL path: http://www.sheilaharper.co.uk/course/social-skills.aspx (2016-02-08)
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  • Sheila Harper - Teacher Sam's Blog - Association of International Ethical Canine Professionals - Teacher Sam
    advise us on what to believe or not like many trainers do in a sometimes intimidating manner but to allow us to think It was superbly facilitated and directed with dog handling case studies and in depth perspective being important Sheila is not into Sit Down Stay The concentration is on having a positive and gentle development with your dog you are a team so that you can both enjoy I have been to presentations before where your attention starts to wander and where you can t wait for the course to end I was completely focused on this course for the whole 2 days there was What a weekend that was Will life with my dog ever be the same again I hope not I now have some tools for a new start with my first ever dog who at 14 months had lost his trust in me I soon realised that my inexperience really didn t matter as what we had come to learn about was new to everyone We all had a similar motivation for doing the course To do the best A wonderfully stimulating and well organised weekend It exceeded my expectations both in content and presentation I admire Sheila s passion calm positive energy and tireless motivation for teaching and sharing her profound pioneering and unique philosophy and knowledge of dogs and owners I learned a great deal and Bod was so relaxed and stress free due to your fantastic organisation I do so appreciate how much hard work and thought goes into the preparation of At that time I still believed in Pack Leadership dominance control and obedience Sheila opened my eyes and mind to the possibility that there was a different way to work with my three I wanted to say a big

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  • Sheila Harper - A Pain in the Neck! - Association of International Ethical Canine Professionals - Teacher Sam Blog - A Pain in the Neck
    they forget that it is polite doggy language to look away or sniff at the ground and instead they tend to drag us along or tighten the lead Could it be that they re the ones who are frightened of this person or dog approaching It certainly makes us feel more worried as soon as the lead becomes tight Let s use the example of walking along the street and seeing another dog in the distance If our owner isn t sure of what to do what tends to happen is that they shorten the lead and start walking more quickly Of course for us quick movements are a real give away that someone is unhappy or feels insecure Tightening the lead is uncomfortable for us restricting the airflow and preventing us from dealing with the situation using our canine skills Having to cope with the sudden pressure around our throat the sudden snapping around of our head or worse the jerking around of our body does nothing to allay the stress of our fellow canine Instead it probably confuses them as to our intentions and inflames the situation rather than calming it Another problem is that over time this can also pose several real physical dangers such as to our skeletal system or to our optic nerve for example Perhaps we need to remind our owners that even one jerk can give whiplash and cause vertebrae to become misaligned We should also improve their awareness that our optic nerve runs down the sides of our neck and that sharp or frequent pressure from any collar can affect our eyesight Our necks are just as sensitive as theirs Many of our owners are told that our fur cushions the impact of collars check chains or slip leads but this is one of the many fallacies they hear all too frequently So how can you tell your owner that they are only making matters worse As always you can start by whispering showing normal subtle behaviour and slowing down yawning turning your head or sniffing the ground These of course are signs that many of our owners don t recognise so we may need to up the ante You could move on to telling your owner that you feel uncomfortable by becoming silly and jumping up or possibly biting the lead Be careful though Many owners don t understand that we do this because we re not coping and they sometimes tell us off So what happens if these strategies don t work Well you can move on to a variety of common behaviours designed to shout at your owner to really get him to listen Lunging and barking are particularly effective but are frequently misunderstood and may get you into trouble Why don t we spend a few moments thinking about what we would prefer from our owners First of all we need to try to help them become more aware of the effects of the lead at our end

    Original URL path: http://www.sheilaharper.co.uk/association-of-international-ethical-canine-professionals/teacher-sams-blog/a-pain-in-the-neck.aspx (2016-02-08)
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  • Sheila Harper - About Etiquette - Aassociation of International Ethical Canine Professional - Teacher Sam
    together YUK sometimes they stay quite apart and don t touch at all Usually they seem to know what to do and when but it s not always so and I can see them getting all worked up when the other human just doesn t know how to behave It s the same for us dogs It would seem that some owners think that all dogs can get on with each other and know exactly what to do when we encounter fellow canines Isn t it strange how for humans it is polite to walk towards someone whereas for dogs it can be very stressful even threatening You see we don t do eye contact as much as you it really is rude to stare in our world and no wonder we get agitated if we are being propelled along head on towards another dog because they are bound to want to meet each other All the owner may be conscious of is their friend or neighbour striding towards them with their dog From where I am the perspective is very different and I have no opportunity to give the calming signals that canines would usually send out before any form of socialisation takes place This is all made harder if I m on a lead which restricts my head movement such an important element of my non verbal communication So what would help me out Well giving me the choice to avoid the encounter would be a great start Allowing me to walk where I feel comfortable not expecting me to walk on the left of my owner This is really important particularly when I feel the need for some support using my owner s legs as a barrier to avoid traffic dogs or people for example Creating some

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