KNOW YOU, KNOW YOUR DOG

Three Deep Dive Workshops Focusing On Why Humans & Dogs Behave As They Do, And How We Can Get To Know Each Other Better

“Take away a deeper understanding of the dog-human connection, that you can use to improve the relationship you have with your own dog straight away.”

Working in partnership with your dog to create a happy life together can feel like an uphill struggle sometimes, with stress, anxiety and overwhelm on both sides of the lead.

Leave these three workshops feeling more confident about your ability to give your dog their very best life, without compromising your own at the same time.

WORKSHOP ONE "Creating Safety"

May 31st – 6pm – 8pm BST

Both dogs and people need to feel safe in order to learn & develop. In this workshop we'll discuss how to create a safe environment for you and your dog, focusing on attachment, expectations of each other and more.

WORKSHOP TWO "Creating Freedom"

June 30th – 6pm to 8pm BST

Freedom is a core need within us all. In this workshop we'll discuss how to shape your dog's world to provide the most emotional and physical freedom possible. We'll also consider how to have your own needs met, whilst being the best you can for your dog.

WORKSHOP THREE "Creating Connection"

July 31st – 6pm to 8pm BST

Building, strengthening and maintaining a connection with our dogs is the basis for everything. In this workshop we'll discuss how connection looks different for different partnerships and how you can strengthen your bond with your own dog.

What’s included:

– Live presentation and discussion between our speakers
– Opportunity to ask questions
– All workshops will be recorded and made available to registrants, even if you can’t make it live

Or join us just for one or two workshops below

Accessibility:

– All recordings will include subtitles & transcripts


– As part of our commitment to help make these conversations accessible to and inclusive of a diverse community of people, we are offering 10 workshop bumper pack scholarships to the BIPOC community.

– We have a further 10 scholarships available to those of low socio-economic status who otherwise would not be able to attend this event.

To apply for a scholarship please contact us at [email protected]

A little about our guests…

Dr. Holly Tett

Dr. Holly Tett is a professional force-free behaviourist and certified clinical psychologist. She specialises in building the connection between people and their dogs from a science-based, attachment perspective. Holly advocates for working with your dog to be fun, not a chore and for humans and dogs to live a respectful, harmonious life together. She offers 1:1 support, as well as groups and has an array of hugely popular online programmes including her training membership programme for pet parents: Canine Connection and her membership for pet pros: The Dog Pros Support Circle

Dr. Laura Donaldson

Laura is a Professor Emeritus from Cornell University in Ithaca, New York, who has also been a dog trainer and canine behavior specialist for over 15 years. She is a Certified Dog Behavior Consultant through the IAABC, a Karen Pryor Certified Training Partner, a Certified Control Unleashed Instructor and is an award-winning writer on dog training and behavior. She founded and is sole proprietor of Four Paws, Four Directions Dog Training & Behavior Consulting LLC, which is located in the beautiful Fingerlakes region of Ithaca, New York, US as well as the Slow Thinking is Lifesaving for Dogs program. In her full-time behavior consulting practice, Laura focuses on dogs struggling with aggression issues. Her Slow Thinking program features a webinar, an online course and a forthcoming book. She has been a partner to some more than a few working Border Collies over the past twenty years and currently lives with two of them, along with her husband, an African Gray parrot named Obi, a Working Bearded Collie and a flock of Navajo Churro sheep. Laura can be reached through her website, https://fourpawsfourdirections.com.  

Andy Hale

Andrew is a Certified Animal Behaviourist with the Association of INTODogs. He is the behaviour consultant for Pet Remedy and the British Isles Grooming Association. He also works to support many dog rescue organisations around the UK. With a degree and background in human psychology, Andrew is passionate about exploring the emotional experience that lies behind behaviour, both in dogs and the humans around them. 

Any questions at all please email: [email protected]

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