“Think about how you train & make a positive IMPACT” is the key message during the exciting two day IMPACT Working Dog Conference, now in it's third year of operation.
With so many knowledgeable dog professionals around the world, it’s often very difficult to have the opportunity to spend time sharing & even debating the ways in which we are training our dogs here in the UK.
As the famous saying goes “line 10 ‘dog people’ up in a room & the only thing they’ll agree on is that the others are wrong”. The purpose of the IMPACT Working Dog Conference is not to ascertain what is right or wrong, but to encourage the sharing of ideas to enhance and develop the working capabilities of our dogs here in the UK, whilst promoting the highest levels of animal welfare.
Some of the most respected and knowledgeable dog professionals from all over the world have agreed to support the event, bringing some new, fresh and proven methods of training dogs.
We’ve also invited some of the most forward thinking equipment manufacturers and suppliers to the event in order to learn more about the tools and services that are available to help make training and the operational effectiveness of our working dogs more efficient. There will be a chance to discuss products in more detail and see first-hand the benefit of utilising some of the best equipment in the industry.
The IMPACT Working Dog Conference puts hundreds of dog professionals together and offers an intimate setting to discuss, digest & debate the way in which we train and develop dogs in the UK.
More importantly, the event will offer an environment where dog professionals can learn new ideas to make a positive impact on their training methods. Delegates will get the chance to spend time not only in a learning environment but to also engage and network socially with fellow dog professionals.
If each person who attends our event goes home with a new positive idea to implement within, and develop, their existing training methods, we will be happy.
We look forward to welcoming you to the IMPACT Working Dog Conference 2017.
Dave & Paul