DogBone Handlers Workshops | Ep: #6

Coming off of one of our DogBone Handlers Workshops, we couldn’t help but talk about the workshops in this weeks podcast.  We get so many questions about them; is my dog too old, too young, far enough along, allowed to come if it’s not a hunting dog…what are these DogBone handlers workshops all about anyway?  Well, we figured we would just talk about what they are, why we do them and why they mean so much to us. There’s such a special place on our hearts for all of the attendees. Watching everyone push boundaries, get outside of their comfort zone, build patience and understanding as handlers while taking away strong life lessons that pertain to so much more than raising a dog. Following each workshop, our team ends up feeling like we gain as much, if not more, than those attending.  It’s not so much about the dogs at these workshops, it’s about the people.  Listen to this episode to find out why.

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Also, a HUGE THANK YOU to the Turnpike Troubadours for allowing us to use a snippet from one of our all-time favorite songs The Bird Hunter.  Make sure to check out their music, they are a favorite of ours and we have countless memories that tie us back to them from concerts to road trips.

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2 replies
  1. Rocky Bellomy
    Rocky Bellomy says:

    The workshop this weekend was more than I expected. I was in a rut with the training of my dog and wasn’t sure how to get from my current point A to the desired point Z so I had quit training or slowed down and worked on the familiar and now easy successes. The workshop helped me find new motivations and methods to push boundaries and still get success with training. Thanks to the team of trainers that assisted us throughout the weekend whether you were dealing with a pup, puller, or someone lost in training we all experiences our own little successes. On to the next step so I can be ready for The Next Step Workshop.

  2. Vickie Raburn
    Vickie Raburn says:

    I attended my first workshop with Dog Bone in Buffalo County. This was unlike any other workshop or seminar I have been to. The quality of feedback from Jeremy and the trainers team was outstanding because they analyze each dog/handler team and give their opinion at the beginning This gives the remainder of the weekend to work on any problems or just ways to improve. The time and attention they took with each team was more than I had experienced before. The daily feedback was invaluable as there was something to learn from everyone, it is as much about the people as it is the dogs. The genuine caring and positive energy throughout the weekend made you want to never leave such a great group of people. Whatever your goals are for your dog you need a solid foundation to build the dog you can trust to be reliable and in control in all situations. I highly recommend any workshop from Dog Bone there truly is no other like him.


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