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Platform Training Presented by Kay Attwood

  • Friday, June 16, 2017
  • 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM (EDT)
  • Live Webinar

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Presented by Kay Attwood

   CEUs: PPAB 1, IAABC 1




Platform training is quite new to dog training, but not to animal training per se.  It has been used in zoos etc for many years as a stationing technique whilst the animals were not in use, but for dog training, we use them for maximum benefit during training!

By magnetizing the dog to the platform, we can teach precision for position, as well as expand on focus, impulse control and so much more.  It's an exciting new way of learning for the dog because the dog easily understands exactly where it should be standing!  Once you’ve started this training, you won’t look back!



Learning Objectives
  • Capture Focus
  • Impulse Control
  • Perfect Positioning around your whole body
  • Distance skills & Tricks
  • Cues to positions
  • Use of Multi Platforms
  • Developing movement fluidity
  • Have Lots of Fun!

About The Presenter


Kay Attwood is the owner and head trainer at Kay9® Services, one of the largest dog training schools in Surrey, UK.

Kay is a Gold Instructor with the Academy of Dog Training and Behaviour, as well as being a Kennel Club Assessor for the Good Citizens Dog Scheme and member of the Kennel Club Accredited Instructors student scheme. She is a founder member of D.O.G Local and a member of The Registration Council for Dog Training and Behaviour Practitioners. With a particular interest in cognitive learning, Kay specializes in dog aggression, behavior problems and rescue dog rehabilitation.


"Dogs have always been a major factor in my life from early childhood.  I am fascinated by behavior in all living things.
I have 2 rescue dogs of my own, Gibson, a Jack Russell cross Basenji, and Flynn a Jack Russell cross Collie. They both have lots of character and I adore them for it!
I love working with dogs and studying their behavior. I try to attend as many seminars, workshops and conferences as possible and have attended many given by the world’s leading trainers.
I travel far and wide presenting workshops on Platforms and Cognition.
I use only force-free methods to train, involving no pressure, pain or intimidation and I adhere to a strict Code of Conduct at all times."

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