Mantrailing Training

 
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What Is Mantrailing?

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Training dogs to find people!

 

Mantrailing is a dog sport teaching dogs to find a missing person by following their unique scent. Mantrailing and harnesses a dogs natural ability to trail - All dogs have this ability, we are just harnessing their amazing sense of smell and turning it into a super fun activity to do with our dogs!  

Take advantage of a wealth of experience and knowledge and train with Mantrailing UK's Head Instructor for Yorkshire & the North East.

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A pre-recorded theory webinar to watch ahead of your in-person practical session. Aimed at total beginners or teams who are looking to work on their trailing foundation skills. We use the same training method that many search and rescue organisations use to train their Mantrailing dogs in the 'real world'.

£65 per dog & owner team

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Pay as you go training sessions aimed at progressing your Mantrailing skills as a team. Classes have a maximum of 4 dog and handler teams per session and there will be a mixture of different abilities within each class, a great learning opportunity to trail your own dog as well as observe other trailing teams.

£30 per session

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Work towards our optional Mantrailing UK Levels if you're someone who thrives on having a goal. You must have completed your Level  log book with a Mantrailing UK Instructor before you can book in to be assessed. Upon passing you will receive a rosette, level badge and certificate for your achievements.

£75 per assessment

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Host Us

Are you looking to have some fun with a group of your dog mad friends? Or maybe you're a professional dog trainer or business looking to offer something new and exciting to your clients? You can book us for a private Mantrailing workshop!

  • Half Day Introduction Workshop (To learn the basics and get started)

  • 1 day Beginners Workshop (Including Introduction in the morning and progression training in the afternoon)

  • 2 day Progression Workshop (Including Introduction on the 1st morning followed by 1.5 days of progression training.