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Communicating With Your Stimulated Dog, Craig Ogilvie


Attend on one of four dates, three in West End (near Woking) and one in Worplesdon (near Guildford):

Sunday 27 May from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. or
Monday 11 June from 2 to 7 p.m. or
Wednesday 04 July from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. or
Friday 26 October from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

This workshop is designed for anyone experiencing issues with their dog displaying undesired behaviours during periods of stimulation, dogs that get over aroused very quickly, jump up, mouth, chase wildlife etc.

You will learn to use motivational techniques and positive reinforcement to communicate with your dog in a heightened level of stimulation. The workshop will help:

  • Overcome problem behaviours occurring in heightened levels of stimulation for both competitive sport handlers and companion dog owners
  • Find your and your dog’s stimulated balance
  • Gain focus from your stimulated dog
  • Learn how to work with your dog’s stimulation levels.

Craig will be working with a very small group, participant numbers are limited to maximum 5 handlers and 5 spectators. The session is split between a theory key note presentation and practical application for the handlers. There will be much focus on Q&A, so that everybody can take away the most value and leave with a plan to progress towards their goals. An information pack with notes is also included.

Further details and joining instructions under ADDITIONAL INFORMATION below.



Craig Ogilvie makes you the centre of your dog’s world. Having spent a great deal of time training and testing working dogs in locations all of Europe, he very quickly went on to achieve unique accreditation. Craig is the first and only person from the U.K to be licensed to test and train dogs internationally in the working dog sport called Mondioring: which consists of Obedience, Agility and Criminal Apprehension.

Craig is one of the very few experienced and qualified Civilian Police Dog Training Instructors in the U.K, as well as a dog behaviour practitioner, seminar leader, author, and public speaker. His passion and study of training, interacting and communicating with dogs led to his discovery of the ‘Interactive Play Experience’ and ‘How to Become the Centre of Your Dog’s World’. Craig has been delivering his systems worldwide via sell out workshops, seminars and online training, helping dog lovers all over the world to achieve their goals.

Web: Love for Dogs  |  Facebook: Craig Ogilvie | Instagram: @craigogilvielfd

Additional information


Friday 26 April 2019 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
The gates will open around 15 minutes before start time. Come into the field without your dog if you are a handler. There will be a sign-in sheet on arrival.
If you arrive earlier, you can give your dog a leg stretch nearby, there is a Green across the road, just be mindful of ball games and dogs being walked there.


Address: Lead & Listen, Windlesham Road, West End, Woking, GU24 9PS
We recommend that handlers park on Church Road by the Green, to be closest to the venue entrance. Spectators can park on Windlesham Road or further up Church Road.
Our venue is a securely fenced field that will allow plenty of space and movement. However no facilities are available directly on site. Nearest public venue with toilets: BP Gordon SF Connect on the A322 South, Guildford Road, West End, GU24 9HJ.
Nearest dog-friendly pub serving excellent food: The Inn@West End, 42 Guildford Rd, West End, Woking, GU24 9PW.
Address: Merrist Wood College, Holly Lane, Worplesdon, Guildford, Surrey, GU3 3PE
Lecture Hall, Animal Management Centre
Note: the post code may lead you down the wrong road with some car satnav systems. Use 'Holly Lane' instead.
There is plenty of car parking on site and will be signposted on the day.
Also note that we may be using an outdoors space at this location.

What to bring

Bring your dog's favourite form of reinforcement: food, toys etc, as well as anything that is transportable that is a specific trigger for the behaviour: training equipment, clothes etc.
Dogs will work individually, so please make sure your dog is fine to rest in the car – comfortable, well ventilated and watered, OR, if not feasible to have your dog in the car, please bring a crate to set up in the field where we will be working, as well as means to protect them from the elements.
Dress suitably for an outdoor workshop, bring layers and waterproof items if relevant, but be mindful that for the October workshop we will be spending at least part of the time indoors. Bring a folding chair, whether you are a handler or a spectator. If you are a handler make sure you wear comfortable shoes you can run in.
If you think you might get hungry during the five hours please bring a bite to eat. There won't be a meal break as such, but you can eat during the workshop.

Drinks and biscuits or cake will be provided.


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