Fun Dog Show – Press Release

//Fun Dog Show – Press Release

****PRESS RELEASE****

IT’S STRICTLY FUN AT THE DOG TROUBLE FAMILY DOG SHOW

Dog Trouble, one of the UK’s leading dog behaviour, training and wellness centres, is holding its third annual family fun day event at the Dog Trouble centre at Birchin Inhams Farm, Heathlands Road on Sunday 11th September, between 10am and 4pm. Dog Trouble, based in Wokingham, educates people about dog behaviour and rehabilitates dogs with behaviour issues.

The event is being held to raise vital funds for The Dog Trouble Foundation that aims to provide on-going support and dog behaviour training to rescue centre staff and volunteers, in conjunction with behaviour rehabilitation for dogs in rescue centres who require more specific rehabilitation to improve their chances of being rehomed. The Dog Trouble Foundation also helps to educate young people and adults regarding the correct care and handling of dogs, to ensure the welfare of the dog and the safety of both the handler and the general public.

Dog Trouble Foundation Ambassador, and Strictly Come Dancing star, Flavia Cacace-Mistry and actor husband Jimi Mistry will be judging each category of the dog show throughout the day, which includes: Waggiest Tail, Top Rescue dog, Best Bad Hair Day, Like Dog like Owner. Visitors to the show will also be able to take part with their dog in the Challenge Zone, Dog Scootering and Dog Agility with the Royal Barks Agility Club.

There will be food, drinks and entertainment as well as a chance to chat to Dog Trouble founder Jo Cottrell about your dog, and any behavioural issues you may be experiencing. Jo will also be leading a demonstration in dog behaviour, and sharing some easy tips for resolving everyday dog behaviour issues.

Jo Cottrell, Founder of the Dog Trouble Foundation, commented; “We are so pleased to be holding this popular event for the third year running, and that yet again Flavia and Jimi are coming along to support us by judging the dog show categories. Helping owners achieve happiness with their dogs is vital to us here at Dog Trouble. The Family Day is a great opportunity to participate in a variety of activities with your dog that will really make them, and you, smile. You will also get the chance to discuss any behaviour problems you may be experiencing, with your dog with myself and the Dog Trouble Team. It’s always a great day for everyone who comes along, and we work hard to make sure that the event is crammed full of fun activities to do with your family dog by your side.’
Tickets are available on the day on entry and cost £1.00 per adult. Dogs are most welcome and have free entry! Parking is also free.

Please note that all owners must keep their dogs on lead at all times. Owners wishing to discuss issues regarding aggression must call for a separate consultation with Jo Cottrell, as this event will be busy and not suitable for a dog that needs space and individual attention.

Click here for further details of this year’s show.

Dog Trouble was founded in 2010 by Jo Cottrell, a trained dog behaviourist, with the ultimate goal of not only rehabilitating dogs, to provide them with a second chance in life but also to educate people and organisations working with dogs, about dog behaviour. The centre is based on the principles of achieving balance between dog and owner focusing on dog behaviour, training and wellness. Services include 1:1 consultations, puppy and dog socialisation, day care and boarding, dog grooming and workshops. Dog Trouble supports the Dog Trouble Foundation that provides on-going support and dog behaviour training to rescue centre staff and educates young people and adults regarding the correct care and handling of dogs.

Founder Jo Cottrell is available for interviews on all aspects of dog behaviour.

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By | 2016-08-17T09:29:00+00:00 August 17th, 2016|Blog|0 Comments

About the Author:

Jo is certified in Canine Psychology and has completed the ‘Training Cesar’s Way’ certified course with Internationally recognised Cesar Millan, Cherie Lucas, Brian Agnew and Martin Deeley. Jo also has a BA Hons (Qualified Teacher Status) degree. Jo brings a wealth of knowledge combining her experience as a teacher, educating young people and adults, alongside rehabilitating dogs.