Fun Trick Dog Training
Fun Trick Dog Training

Magic Pet Award

Perform 15 tricks with your pet and receive your MPA (Magic Pet Award).

Rules are the same as for the Magoc Pooch Awards.

 

 

Magic Pet Award Terms & Conditions:

 

 

  1. Any pets can take part from 6 months onwards
  2. Any breed can take part (should the trick not be suitable for your breed, tricks can be changed after agreement)
  3. Force free training is a must. If your pet looks unhappy, fearful or shows any signs of being stressed (ears low, tail tucked between legs, avoiding handler/situation, yawing, whale eye) the certificate will not be awarded.
  4. Only positive methods accepted (no corrections, choke chains, electric collars or physical punishment)
  5. Tricks can be shown on a verbal or visual cue (or both)
  6. Rewards should be given after the trick is performed
  7. No luring for any of the levels (if you still need to lure your dog then he/she is not ready to perform the trick on a cue)
  8. The cue should not be given more than three times
  9. Handler and pet(s) must be clearly seen
  10. Clear videos with enough light
  11. No music and no mute (need to hear the cue)
  12. Entry Fee: £25 per level/per pet
  13. You will receive a written evaluation with the certificate and trophy should you pass.
  14. If something wasn’t quite there yet you have 3 months to improve the trick/s.
  15. Have fun and enjoy!      

 

 

  Capriccio (20 years old)

Magic Pet Award with Capriccio (20years old) - horse

Diora is the first Magic Pet Award holder!

Magic Pet Award with Diora - horse

 

 

 

 

 

 

Alexis the cat

    * *News* *

 

 

        

 

                 2017

   Trick Dog Displays & stalls

 

  • 30th of July Eastbourne Dog Show part of The Hot Air Ballon event, Eastbourne

 

 

           Workshops

 

  • More infos soon

FITPAWS® MASTER TRAINER

since April 2016

Fun Scent Games Intructor since June 2015

Proud member of The Pet Professional Guild British Isles.

I am a registered instructor with Dog A.I.D. (Assistance in Disability),

Dog A.I.D. is a registered charity that helps people with physical disabilities train their own dogs. 

I am a member of Talking Dogs Scentwork

 

 

We have done some television/model work for:

 

- BBC (Game show, Sport Relief's Top Dog, Brandy)

- Thinkbox (advert Doggy Auditions during Britains Got Talent, Brandy & Max) 

- Featureone (Cannes Film Festival, Max, short film with Ewen MacIntosh)

- SKY1 (Dog trainer for Dogs might fly)

- CO-OP Insurance (advert Puppy love, Brandy)

- Beco dog supplies (photoshoot 2016)

- ITV (The Next Great Magician) Brandy as Houndini with comedy magicians Young & Strange, Episode 1

- More Than Insurance (Bark in the Park with Brandy & Spike)

- RTL Spektakulaer (documentary about Dogs might fly)

- Channel 5 (Britain's Cleverest Dog)   

 

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