Join us for an evening with top dog trainer, TV presenter and bestselling author, Graeme Hall, AKA The Dogfather, as he talks about his new book Does My Dog Love Me?
Have you ever wondered what your dog is really thinking?
Our dogs mean the world to us and as owners we do our best to make sure they feel happy and loved, whilst also keeping them in line when needed. But wouldn’t it be so much easier if we spoke the same language and could ask what they were thinking or feeling?
In his latest book, top dog trainer, Graeme Hall, reveals the secrets to understanding what your furry companion is trying to say and how they see the world. Drawing on 15 years of experience training over 5,000 dogs, and backed up with scientific evidence, he tackles all the tricky questions you’ve ever wanted to ask, such as ‘how do I tell my dog he’s been naughty?’ and ‘how long does a dog remember?’.
Sharing his own personal stories and practical tips, Graeme demonstrates how to interpret your dog’s body language and use that knowledge to build a stronger, more rewarding relationship, as well as how to avoid common mistakes. Whether you’re a seasoned dog owner or a new pup parent, this book will change the way you think about your four-legged best friend.
Graeme Hall ‘The Dogfather’ has been described by the Telegraph as ‘Britain’s best dog trainer’. Graeme criss-crosses the country helping dog and puppy owners with behaviour problems. His motto is ‘Any dog, any age, any problem’ and he has built a glowing reputation on providing quick but long-lasting fixes. He is the star of TV series Dogs Behaving (Very) Badly and The Dog Hospital with Graeme Hall, both shown on Channel 5.
We look forward to welcoming Graeme to Oswestry to celebrate the publication of his new book!
*Please note due to audience size, please leave your dogs at home.
Tickets: £22 (Admits One and includes a signed copy of Does My Dog Love Me?) or £32 (Admits Two with one signed copy of Does My Dog Love Me?)