Is your dog undisciplined? Is your pooch a problem? Is your hound a handful? Well fret not.
The Beaufort Market will play host to internationally-renowned dog trainer, lecturer and public speaker Tony Knight this weekend.
Mr Knight travels all over the world, helping desperate dog owners and their equally stressed dogs to understand each other and get the relationship they deserve.
His insight into dog behavior and the ways to overcome everyday problems such as aggression, anxiety and walk chaos are matched by his highly entertaining approach to teaching.
Born in the UK, Mr Knight is the son of Jan Fennell, who pioneered her dog training technique called Amichien Bonding.
This technique is the subject of the international best-selling book "The Dog Listener", translated into over 25 languages.
Since 1999, Mr Knight has been Ms Fennell's right hand man.
He spends the majority of his time in Australia and Europe.
Along with Ms Fennell, he is the principle teacher of Amichien Bonding in the world.
He has worked with guide dogs in the UK and police dogs in New Zealand, as well as helping to successfully re-home countless rescue dogs in America, Australia and Europe.
Mr Knight will be performing on Saturday November 23 at the Beaufort Town Market with Beaufort resident Haley Wright from "Talking the lead".
Both will be sharing their dog discipline techniques to help all those dog lovers out there with naughty pooches.
So bring your dogs along - on a leash of course - at 10.30am.
The Beaufort Town Market runs on the fourth Saturday of every month from 8am to 1pm at the Memorial Garden.
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