Live talk at The Circle, Dundee!
In this series of dog behaviour talks I will teach you more about what your dog is thinking, why he does what he does, and you’ll learn some useful strategies to change his behaviour too.
We’ll bust some myths, learn about associated behaviours and why they could be preventing you from solving your dogs behavioural problems, and we’ll talk about balancing your dogs mind and body in preparation for rehabilitation.
Anxiety in Dogs – 6th August, 2019 ***Fully Booked***
Reactive Behaviour – 27th August, 2019
Anxiety in Dogs and Reactive Behaviour are the two most popular subjects I am asked to help with, and therefore they make a good starting point for this series of talks. They work well as standalone talks, but attendees are welcome to book a place on both, however, some cross over of information should be expected.
Each talk will include a break in the middle and a Q&A session at the end.
The talks cost £11 per person and that includes tea and coffee, and a yummy selection of treats – provided by For Cakes Sake.
You are welcome to take notes and photos, but please don’t bring your dog, as it could make for a very disruptive evening!
The talk will be held at:
The Circle, 4-6 Staffa Place, Dundee, DD2 3SX. Doors open at 6.30, with the talk due to start at 6.45.
I have more than 15 years experience solving all kinds of canine behaviour problems, at home and in rescue. A bad experience with a old fashioned dog trainer inspired me to learn more about dog behaviour, and it is because of him, that I wall never use harsh methods when training and rehabilitating dogs.
I work privately with clients in Dundee and the surrounding area with dogs of all ages, breeds and issues including anxiety, aggression and hyperactivity.
In 2009 I was proud to publish a book about dog behaviour and training. How to be the Perfect Pack Leader (by Caroline Jenkins) remains popular today and a follow up is expected very shortly.