Body Language (Online Talk)
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 will take place live online and the recording will be available afterwards.
Next Workshop: Tuesday 2nd and 16th August 2022
Intro to Sensitive Dogs (Online Talk)
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 6 week Sensitive Dogs course, if you book the talk you will get a discount code to claim the £20 off the course ticket.
Wednesday 3rd August
Connection when Outdoors
This workshop is focussed on how to create connection with your dog when you are outdoors, especially in large open spaces such as fields and parks.
We will cover:
Friday 19th August
Have you heard of Free Work but would like to find out more?
Join us for this Introduction to Free Work workshop where we will explore different free work set ups, provide observations for your dog, as well as the other dogs present on the workshop (dogs work 1 at a time) and discover their potential preferences.
Free Work is used in Animal Centred Education as a way to enable our dogs to reset, rebalance and release. As our dogs start to slow down during free work, postural struggles, habits, worries about being handled or wearing a harness, to name a few, become more apparent, enabling us to help ease some of these concerns, positively impacting on our dogs welfare and behaviour.
Wednesday 24th August
Do you have a 'jumper upper'? Is your dog an excited greeter?
There's lots of reasons why our dogs behave around humans and strangers; in this workshop we will start to explore greetings from our dogs point of view and how to support them.
We will use Animal Centred Education methods to support our dogs with human greetings and we will explore their preferences.
To support our dogs emotional needs, it goes deeper than just training them to sit or keep 4 paws on the floor, by helping address their emotional needs, we help shape more appropriate greetings.
Friday 26th August 1:30-4:00pm
Adolescence Awareness (Online Talk)
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!)
Thursday 1st September
Puppy Information (Online Talk)
During this 1.5 hour talk we look at the key puppy phases and behaviours. We will help you understand the new addition to your family. We cover the following topics, as well as much more:
Monday 5th September
Jules Morgan’s Gundog Games Workshop. This workshop is designed to bring positive, choice based, ethical methods of dog training into the Gundog world. It is suitable for all breeds of gundog (or other breeds, as long as they have a desire to retrieve/hunt), whether you wish to work your dog in the shooting field, compete at working tests, or just enjoy gundog training as a hobby. We use games involving food, toys, and play to build and refine the skills required of a fully trained gundog and handler partnership.
This workshop involves and Introduction of the foundation skills for Gundog work:- focus games; heelwork; recall; stop; retrieve patterns; delivery.
Minimum age 6 months. Please note dogs need to be happy working in close proximity to others to attend this workshop.
The next workshop is currently fully booked.