One Day Clinic – Dog Recall

Saturday the 13th of February 2016

The Way of the Dog senior training and behaviour specialist, Shaun Hesmondhalgh, is leading an exclusive One Day Clinic in how to master the Recall. This open clinic is especially for any dog owner who experiences difficulty in recalling their dog. This might be due to the dog being distracted by the presence of other dogs*, other animals*, or people, or the dog may simply be refusing to respond.

Dog Recall Clinic

Aims & Objectives:

The purpose of this clinic is to support and guide dog owners towards the development of a successful Recall. Throughout the course participants will achieve the following:

  • Discuss and understand the Recall.
  • Demonstrate and practice handling strategies in a group environment.

The clinic will be delivered in stages throughout the day which will comprise of theory, practical elements, and refreshments.

  • Meet, greet, and registration will take place over breakfast.
  • Classroom based theoretical presentation and discussion.
  • Hands on outdoor practical training.
  • Lunch will be provided during the break.
  • Hands on outdoor practical training.


  • The cost for each dog team is a £110.00 (one dog and one handler).
  • A non-refundable deposit of £55.00 is required by the 31st of January in order to secure a place.
  • Additional family members may participate subject to numbers; costs will apply and will be made available upon request.

Date, Venue, & Timings:

8.30 am – 4.30 pm
on Saturday the 13th of February 2016
at Curley’s Dining Rooms, Horwich, Bolton &
The Way of the Dog private training areas.

Book now ensure your place

This exclusive clinic is only available to a limited number of dog teams and places will be on a first come first served basis. If you are seeking support and guidance in how to recall your dog then this course is absolutely for you, book now to avoid disappointment. Send an email to Shaun using the form below or call him on 07917 203363.

*Please note that this clinic is not for dogs that demonstrate any form of dog-directed aggression or predatory chase behaviours. It is recommended that owners with dog’s that struggle with dog-to-dog interactions or instinctively chase other dogs and animals seek professional behaviour modification programmes with The Way of the Dog.

Behaviour modification is a specialised field that requires a professional, experienced and dedicated approach.

Shaun Hesmondhalgh is a member of the Canine and Feline Behaviour Association (CFBA). The CFBA is a member of Britain’s Pet Education Training and Behaviour Council.

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