Strengthen Your Mental Game, Part 2 (Part 1 is not required to benefit from this opportunity)

Strengthen Your Mental Game, Part 2 (part 1 is not required to benefit from this opportunity)

Improve Your Obedience Training and Ring Performance

Wednesday, June 21, 2017

1:00 – 3:30 pm

Jeannine Rash, multi-OTCH trainer, realized early in her obedience career that it isn’t all about the dog. She routinely relies on mental development opportunities to fine-tune her training and ring performance.

PDTA invites you to a 2.5 hour event for listening (CD) and discussing Brian Tracy’s, The New Psychology of Achievement. He is considered one of the world’s leading experts in the personal development industry.

  • Develop a rock-solid self-concept based on the latest research in Positive Psychology
  • Get on the fast track to achieve your goals faster than you ever dreamed possible
  • Discover how to set “flex” goals which are adaptable
  • Eliminate time and productivity wasters
  • Master a foolproof 12-point formula that quadruples productivity
  • Learn how to nurture your most important relationships

Jeannine will discuss how to utilize these techniques to become a better dog trainer. It’s also going to make for great conversation! This seminar is suited to everyone. If you are disappointed in your progress or lack self-esteem for training and showing, this activity is essential for your future success.

Date/Time: Wednesday, June 21 from 1:00 – 3:30 pm. After the event, you are welcome to use the building to train. Doors will open at 12:30 pm for setting-up as the event will begin promptly at 1 pm.

Dogs: Well-behaved QUIET dogs are allowed to attend. It is critical for all students that dogs are kept quiet.

 Bring a notebook, pen and an open mind. Bottled water and light snacks will be provided. Feel free to bring your own snacks or enough to share.

Fee: Jeannine is asking for a $15 donation towards the building and snacks. If you attended the first session, you owe nothing for this opportunity.

Registration: While drop-ins are welcome, if you plan to attend please register so there are enough chairs and snacks. To save your spot, email Rebecca Elliott at


Papillonia Dog Training Academy

1127 Felton Rd Red Lion, PA