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Win a FREE consultation with celebrity dog trainer
If your problem pooch is driving you to despair then help is on hand as Celebrity Dog Trainer Amy Hatcher is offering you the chance to win a free consultation worth more than £150 only at this year’s Cotswold Show, Cirencester Park.*
The lucky winner will also receive one family ticket; admission for 2 adults and 3 children to The Cotswold Show on either 4 or 5 July.
Amy Hatcher, Canine behaviourist and celebrity dog trainer will return to the Cotswold Show armed with tips and advice for all dog lovers on how to successfully train your pets.
Amy is well known for her programmes on the BBC; ‘The Underdog Show’, ‘Help, My Dog’s as Fat as Me’, and has appeared on radio and in the press.
Throughout the weekend Amy and the team will be demonstrating tips on dog training and giving a session on dog psychology covering issues such as anti-social behaviour, aggression, separation anxiety and nervous behaviour and phobias.
Amy said: ‘We’re delighted to be back at the Cotswold Show again this year. At last year’s event we had a fantastic response and managed to help in the region of 3000 dog owners with tips and advice on how to successfully train their pets. We hope to help even more dog lovers and their favourite family friends this time’.
This year the Cotswold Show celebrates its 21st anniversary and proves to be bigger and better than ever; an arena bursting with breathtaking, dare devilry displays, talented pooches, traditional country pursuits and ancient crafts; a scrumptious food village and handmade treats.
For more information about the Cotswold Show and to book tickets in advance and save 20% please visit www.cotswoldshow.co.uk
To win put your name, dogs name, the problem and a contact telephone number on a postcard and send to: Vision MPR, Clarence House, The Promenade, Cheltenham, GL50 1AP.
* Please note entrants should be available to attend the show on either Saturday 4th or Sunday 5th July 2009. Amy can asses you dogs needs and contact you prior to the show to discuss a best plan of action.
: 10/06/2009 14:24:35
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