My next interview as you’ve probably guessed from the title comes from Nick Jones MA, MCFBA who has been a dog behaviourist since 1995 and runs Alpha Dog Behaviour.
Nick Jones has been a dog trainer and behaviourist since 1995. Nick is a Master Dog Trainer from the Guild of Dog Trainers, a full member of the Canine & Feline Behaviour Association (CFBA) and is often requested for interviews on dog behaviour and training methods on TV channels such as the BBC, ITV and Sky. Nick is also a columnist on dog behaviour in Dogs Monthly magazine.
Since I’ve started using social media sites for communicating with my audience, in terms with dog training, Nick was the first and the most popular trainer out there in my mind. I met Nick at The Pet Show 2013 in Stoneleigh to discuss his experiences in dog training.
UPDATE – Interview can be found here
Windsor Castle looming on the show ground, Pimms, Sunshine, Flowers, Dogs and Pink jackets. Sound familiar? It’s none other than the Windsor Championship Dog Show!
Founded in 1951, it’s first show had an entry of 1,000 dogs across all breeds. In 2013 we had an entry of 10,456 and it proves to be one of the most popular and prestigious dog shows around. Judges and exhibitors from local towns to abroad flock to the show at 7:30am preparing their crates, umbrellas, chairs and tables ready for another scorching day.
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June was indeed a busy month for me. However, busy for me is a great thing because I feel in my element when I’m busy and productive, there was no doubt that I felt busy and productive when I was working for Trevor Cooper with DogLaw LTD. People have been asking me what I did while I was there, what was my role? My role was to be his Personal Assistant and Organiser for his seminars, making sure everything is prepared so both Trevor and the attendees were happy so all Trevor had to do was focus on his talk when he walked in.
How it started…
I was approached by Trevor Cooper a few months back, knowing I was looking for work and experience in the area, Trevor gave me a opportunity to work with him during the summer. Having attended 3 of his previous seminars before, actually being given the opportunity to work with him blew me away to put it mildly! I was given a huge list of seminars he was preparing, sponsored by Petlog for the next coming months including those in Herne Bay to Stoneleigh and Harrogate. These seminars were a range of talks for dog clubs and dog owners, to dog specialists in various industries in the dog world. I think the big problem people may have is to assume that these law seminars would be a boring, endless lecture on legislation, actually it’s quite the opposite.
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