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"Whymoul"

2352 Barham- Moulamein Road

Tullakool, NSW 2732

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Learn from specialist dog trainer Ian O’Connell from Doghouse Training on how to train your working dog to the best of their ability

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Using an easy to understand and proven training system Ian’s training moves away from the traditional fear/pain-based methods to one where the participant will be given the knowledge to understand what is innately in the dog and how to harness those skills.

Please note that attendance with a dog is not required for participants to gain value from the workshop. The workshop is more about training the trainer rather than the dog.

Please bring

  • Chair
  • Water bottle
  • A lead for your dog

Your dog must be at least 6 months of age and are required to be up to date with vaccinations, including parvovirus.

Find out more about Doghouse Training here.

Meals provided

This event is funded by the Australian Government Murray–Darling Basin Economic Development Program.


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2352 Barham- Moulamein Road

Tullakool, NSW 2732

Australia

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Organiser Western Murray Land Improvement Group

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Western Murray Land Improvement Group Inc. (WMLIG) is a non-profit Landcare group based in Barham, NSW. The group was formed in March 2003 by members from the local community , representatives from local government and Landcare and Producer Groups in the west of the Murray Catchment.

We aim to contribute to a viable, capable and adaptable community by promoting sustainable farm and land management practices that deliver improved agricultural productivity, sustainability and ecosystem services.

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