During this two-part live online workshop we will talk about key aspects of dogs body language. Being able to read the subtle signs our dogs give us, as well as others, helps us to further understand them and respond to their needs.
The workshop takes place live online and the recording will be available afterwards.
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Introduction to ACE
Join us for this workshop where we will share our passion for ACE. We will cover:
This workshop is free.
There is an in person workshop and online workshop so you can join us no matter where you live!
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Intro to Sensitive Dogs
This online talk will give you an insight into sensitive dogs, their experiences and behaviours. Often sensitive dogs reactions to certain situations can display in behaviours such as jumping up, mouthing, lead ragging, grabbing, barking, lunging, barking.
This introduction starts to shine a light on key areas of sensitive dogs and the impact this can have on their daily life.
We also run a Sensitive Dogs course, if you book the talk you will get a discount code to claim the £20 off the course ticket.
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My Dog's Not Food Motivated
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During this talk we will join up with qualified nutritionist Katie McCaul to explore the reasons behind a lack of food motivation in dogs.
We will talk about how behavioural and emotional reasons can affect interest in food and Katie will talk about the biological and nutritional reasons for a lack of food motivation or a lack of desire to eat.
Katie will also add some top tips to help increase your dogs interest in food.
During this 1.5 hour talk we explore the adolescent phase, the impact it has on your dog and how best to support them through this phase. We often see skills such as loose lead walking and recall fall away during the adolescent phase, we talk about the reasons behind this, as well as much more.
This talk is suitable for anyone who has a dog heading into or through the adolescent phase. Adolescence can start from around 5 months and last until 1.5-2 years (or sometimes beyond!)
The talk takes place roughly every 8 weeks, check our calendar for the next upcoming talk.