Due to the current Coronavirus (COVID-19) epidemic, Russell has decided to cancel all face to face dog training until further notice.
Ringcraft classes are for dog owners who would like to prepare their dog for dog shows. In order to prepare for dog showing Russell would recommend that you attend his ringcraft classes to learn more about how to present your dog or puppy at a dog show.
Dog showing is a very popular and enjoyable hobby available all over the world. Crufts is the most famous world wide annual dog show.
Russell has been dog showing since he was a teenager. His family won the Top Full Champion the breed of Field Spaniels, Best of Breed at Crufts 1996. He is also a non-panel Field Trail Judge for Spaniels. He has won Limit Dog and Reserve Dog Champion Certificate with his Sussex Spaniel at Windsor Championship Dog Show 2015.
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 ringcraft training and advice, visit the Testimonials page.
You are welcome to come along to Russell’s weekly ringcraft/handling group classes in Barwell, Leicester.
Your home or a mutually suitable meeting point. These one-to-one dog obedience training opportunities are available to dog owners in Leicestershire, Northamptonshire, Warwickshire or Derbyshire.
The price of the one-to-one ringcraft training is £40.00 for the first 30 mins-1 hour session.
You will then be charged and extra £30.00 for each 30 mins-1 hour session thereafter.
You can pay via cheque (made payable to “Knightsbay Dog Training”) or by cash. Please note that refunds will not be given if you are no longer able to attend your booking.
These one-to-one ringcraft training consultations are available to dog owners in Leicestershire, Northamptonshire, Warwickshire or Derbyshire.
About the Ringcraft Consultations
During these informal one-to-one sessions Russell will train with the dog or puppy you want to show, getting them used to standing and moving on the lead, and allowing judges to go over them dog to examine them.