Transform Your connection with your dog in our special workshop series!

Exclusive
Summer Series!
Workshops run 26th August (recordings available)

Welcome!

Our Summer Workshop Series is designed to help understand what’s holding you back in your connection with your dog & to help you make a solid plan to move forward!

Each of our workshops is based around a common dog training or behaviour struggle.

We’ll talk through why it’s happening and how to help (complete with case studies/ demo training and Q&A!)

SO! Pick the workshops that interest you below and I’ll see you there!

Individual Workshops Are £25 Each

Workshop 1:

How To Support Your Anxious Dog To Feel More Comfortable

There are no quick fixes when we are working with emotion and that’s often why typical training plans don’t work for anxious dogs.

In this workshop we discuss:

– How to work with the emotion rather than ignoring it

– How to help your dog to feel calmer and less vigilant 

Comes with demo of training techniques to help, live Q&A and recording

-Workshop takes place 26 August 1-2.30pm BST

Workshop 2:

How To Get Anything Done In A Multiple Dog Household

It can sometimes feel impossible to do any kind of training, or even play with one dog when all the others want to get involved too!

The good news there are lots of things we can do to make it easier living with multiple dogs

In this workshop we discuss:

– Hacks to make training and living with multiple dogs a lot easier! (Hint: It’s not just about shutting them behind a baby gate!)

Comes with demo of training techniques to help and live Q&A, as well as recording

-Workshop takes place 26 August 3-4.30pm BST

Workshop 3:

Working with ageing dogs: How to keep the mind active when the body is slowing down

It can be difficult for us humans to accept when our canine friend starts to show their age. The thing is that it’s difficult for them too as their mind may still be active, even if their body is not.

In this workshop we discuss:

– How to support your dog emotionally and physically as they age

-Comes with demo of training games to play with your dog, live Q&A and recording

-Workshop takes place 26 August 5-6.30pm BST

Workshop 4:

Recall secrets for pet parents

“How to teach a good recall?” is one of my top asked questions year round and that’s because we all want to keep our dogs physically safe in the outside world.

In this workshop we discuss:

– Common recall pitfalls that most people fall into

– How to balance physical and emotional needs in the outside world

– My top tips for perfecting a recall

  • – Comes with case study discussion, training demos, live Q&A, as well as recording

-Workshop takes place 26 August 6-7.30pm BST

Workshop 5:

How to welcome guests to your home without the carnage

Lots of dogs struggle to have guests in the home, either from excitement, anxiety or a bit of both!

In this workshop we discuss:

– How to help your dog to feel calmer around guests

– Pitfalls to avoid when using creating a safe space for your dog

Comes with demo of training techniques to help, live Q&A and recording

-Workshop takes place 26 August 8- 9.30pm BST

Workshop 6:

How to enjoy calm, quiet, car journeys

There are lots of reasons that dog bark, whine, or are generally unsettled when travelling in the car..but it can be hard to live a life where you avoid the car completely!

In this workshop we discuss:

– The varying reasons for car distress

– Different techniques you can try according to your dog’s individual reason for disliking the car

Comes with case study discussion, training demos, live Q&A, as well as recording

-Workshop takes place 26 August 10-11.30pm BST

Workshop 7:

How to motivate YOURSELF to train with your dog

Staying motivated, especially when you are working through some difficulties with your dog is REALLY HARD. Life is super busy at the best of times and training can start to feel like a chore.

In this workshop we discuss:

– The main pitfalls to avoid when it comes to staying motivated

– My top tips (taken from human psychology) to help you stay motivated and making progress with your dog

Comes with demo of  techniques to help, live Q&A and recording

-Workshop takes place 27 August midnight- 1.30am BST

Workshop 8:

Relaxed lead walking...a how to guide

We want our dogs to enjoy their walks, to sniff and explore and play. Most of us would also prefer that our shoulder doesn’t get dislocated in the process!

In this workshop we discuss:

– The pitfalls to watch out for when teaching relaxed lead walking

– Techniques to make the process easier without taking away your dog’s enjoyment

– Comes with case study discussion, training demos, live Q&A, as well as recording

-Workshop takes place 26 August 10am-11.30pm BST

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