Dog meets dog

Encounter (on the leash) workshop for dog / human teams 

Many dogs no longer show natural behaviour in encounters with other dogs - especially on the leash. The reasons for this are complex and depend on many factors. Some dogs pull into the leash, try to move forward, bark or whine and others try to escape. These various behaviours push many dog owners to their limits and create tension for the team.

Who can/should participate: All dog-human teams who feel uncomfortable with dog/dog encounters on the road. Also suitable for younger pubescent dogs (from about 7 - 8 months). 

This seminar contains a theory block and four practical lessons


Registration deadline 15.09.2022

Study goals

      • understanding for the behaviour of his dog (theory)
      • background information on why and how to deal with it (theory)
      • structure of marker signals and toolbox
      • on hand training (we will invite helper dogs)

Seminar Details

target audience:

All those who want to achieve more relaxed encounters with other dogs


dog school fairtrain, Knonau ZH (Säuliamt und Umgebung)


with dog:

240.00 CHF

Without dog:

200.00 CHF

course places:

Are limited to 6 teams with dog and 8 participants without dog

course administration

Mumi Schenk-ILL

My many years of experience in the management of customer services in the international field as well as the completion of a management school are today the basis of my leadership qualities as owner and manager of the dog school fairtrain-for dog and human. Goal-oriented working as well as working under pressure is a must. 


I love the challenge of working with many different human-dog teams. My analytical and solution-oriented thinking as well as my great patience and love for dogs and humans supports me in behavioural consultations, individual coaching and group trainings.


At the moment I am completing a training for solution-oriented consulting, communication and leadership (for humans).


With our dog we work mainly in mantrailing and I always try out new things mainly in the field of nose work.