Call or Email me if you would like me to come to your club or show and do practical demonstrations with dogs from the audience, plus a fun and exciting talk on everything from critical periods to the origin of the dog, how dogs learn, and how to understand canine body language.
Hounds on the Hill
Cowpie Country Show 2016
This is the only show I will do this year
The 2016 Cowpie Country Show is to be held on Sunday 8th May 2016 in the village of Blindley Heath, Lingfield, Surrey - check out how to find us here
Sunday 8th May 2016
Blue Anchor Farm Eastbourne Road Blindley Heath
Lingfield RH7 6JL
Gates open 10am
I will be there taking naughty dogs out of the audience and sorting out their problems
I will also be available to help people with their dogs for free at my well-stocked stand near the arena
CAR PARKING IS FREE
Public car parks will be sign posted from all directions. Please follow traffic signs to the Show.
Make a note of where you leave your car. Parking on the approach roads will not be permitted.
Disabled parking is available near the main entrance to the Show. Please ask a car park attendant on arrival for directions. Disabled access toilets are available.
A great day out for all the family click on the cow for more details.
I will be giving a practical demonstration of behavioural techniques dog handling and why dogs behave the way they do
This is the only show I will be attending this year
Clients Comments From Some of My Events
Not since the late great John Fisher came and spoke to us many years ago have we enjoyed and been so enthused by such an excellent talk and practical demonstration. The response and feedback was terrific.
"Southern Collie Club"
Firstly I must thank you very much for working with my staffs, Roxy and Raz at the fete in Hartfield on Saturday. I apologise for rushing off as I did but I was asked to go assist with something.
I am absolutely shocked with the difference in attitude the girls have…. It is wonderful and much easier for us to enjoy their company.
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Please stay in touch and thanks again
just a short note to say thanks for a very enjoyable day at Outwood last Sunday. I found it very useful and I learnt a lot. I know need to start putting it into practice. Thanks again for a great talk and I shall be looking out for the forthcoming DVD.
Thank you for a very interesting, informative and entertaining talk. I attended with my mother and we came away very enthused and excited, ready to take the training of our animals to another level.
It's really refreshing to meet a professional trainer and behaviourist who really really loves dogs!
Thank you once again - I shall be keeping an eye on your website to see when you are next in the area.
Dear Mr Rawlinson
Very many thanks indeed for such a great day at Outwood today. It was hugely entertaining and educational. Your combination of humour and common sense was terrific. You clearly enjoy your subject and have learned through experience and study. I shall be checking your website for events so that I can come along again with my husband instead of my mum.
Mum enjoyed the day immensely and is hoping to impart some of what she learned to her reluctant husband! Like you say, the biggest part is teaching the owners. Dave can't wait - he's as enthusiastic as I am. We're on our third rescue dog: the first was a scruffy terrier cross, the second was a bright as a button collie cross, this third one is a terrier beagle cross (bright, placid and timid rolled into one) - having researched on the net, we've come to the conclusion she is a close match to what the Americans call a Rat Terrier.
Thanks again for a jam-packed day - I'm still buzzing.
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I attended Stans lecture and demonstration with my daughter, I have to admit we were a bit sceptical, but decided to give it a go. It was one of the most informative and entertaining things I have ever been to, my daughter and I were so impressed with Stan's presentation, he's a wonderful speaker and acheived some remarkable results very quickly on the dogs which people brought along. If you get the chance to see Stan I would highly recommend it, I can't wait for his book to be published.
Thanks so much for your wonderful talk and demonstration you gave to our group last week. Next year we will go back to a Saturday meeting and hope we can get our numbers back to normal. I realised I didn’t have an address to send you a full written letter so this email will have to suffice I’m afraid.
Everyone at the AGM thoroughly enjoyed you coming along to educate us in the most entertaining way. We were amazed at the way you controlled Star, it was a fantastic success. All of the ladies there were so interested in everything you told us, I wish we had had a lot more time.
I do hope that at some time in the future we can organise something with a much larger audience hoping you would want to talk to us again, we all enjoyed it so much and many more people should know about the methods you use and all the interesting insights you have.
The lady who owned Star (Cherry Lee) wondered if you could send her some details so that she can practice what she learned from you. She wanted the method to stop jumping up, and stopping pulling,
Once again, thank you for giving us such a good time at the AGM. Good luck with your other shows this year.
On behalf of People & Pets Animal Welfare Charity
Thank you for your time last Wednesday to answer my questions. The information was very useful. I will order the jingler & CD as advised.I also have to comment on the excellant evening my partner,Susan, and I had at your evening in Huntingdon. The presentation was excellant with so much information we could both relate to. If only we had this information earlier with regard to castration.I have set your web site into my favourites! I also will look out for further talks in order we may be free to attend.Thank you for your help.