Due to the current Coronavirus (COVID-19) epidemic, Russell has decided to cancel all face to face dog handling training until further notice.
Becoming a dog show handler is not easy. You need to know the dog that you are showing and learn how to stack your dog in order to show him/her to their best.
Russell (shown in photo) has been dog showing since he was a child. He has experience in showing his own dogs as well as other people’s dogs. His family has the Top Full Champion the Breed of Field Spaniels, Best of Breed at Crufts 1996. He is also a non-panel Field Trial Judge for Spaniels, more recently passed to award CC’s (Kennel Club Challenge Certificates) 10 breeds in the Gundog Group and passed to Judge Gundog Group championship show level. Check out Russell’s LinkedIn profile for more information about his dog showing experience.
To see what other people think of these classes and Russell’s dog training and advice, read some his client testimonies.
You are also welcome to come along to Russell’s weekly Ringcraft Training class in Bagworth, Leicester.
Russell is available to meet with you and the dog you are wanting to show at to your home or a suitable meeting point. These one-to-one dog show handler training consultations are available to dog owners in Leicestershire, Northamptonshire, Warwickshire or Derbyshire.
- £80.00 for 4 week Dog Handling Course
- £120.00 for 6 week Advanced Dog Handling Course
You can pay via cheque (made payable to “Knightsbay Dog Training”) or via Paypal. Please note that refunds will not be given if you are no longer able to attend your booking.
About the Courses
Knightsbay Dog Training aims to show handlers how to stack, dog walking and show any breed of dog to its best advantage and provide you with more understanding about the breed you have.
Russell offers a four-week dog show handling course and a six-week dog handling course with one-to-one sessions tailored to your requirements.