Monday, 10 May 2010

May 2010 Seminars: Nutritional Choices (Wednesday): Confidence for Handlers of Reactive Dogs (Thursday)

Wednesday 26th May 7.00pm – 8.30pm

Acomb Parish Church Hall, Front Street, York.

“Canine Nutrition and Feeding Choices” £5 including refreshments

This informal evening will include an introduction to some of the varied ways to feed your canine companion from home cooked food to high grade processed food to raw feeding. We have invited experienced owners with particular knowledge in these areas to share the details with you, and answer any questions you may have.

Feel free to bring along your dog if they can relax around other dogs and people. There will be tea/coffee and biscuits available, and plenty of time to ask questions about feeding your dogs.

Thursday 27th May 7.00pm to 8.30pm

Our Lady’s Church Hall, Cornlands Road, York.

“The human at the end of the leash – staying calm for your reactive dog” £5

Living with a fearful, anxious or reactive dog can try anyone’s patience! We spend time at home, on walks and in classes teaching our dogs how to relax, remain calm in difficult situations and respond with thought rather than instinct. This seminar is all about YOU J

Practical advice on how to teach yourself to relax, remain calm in difficult situations and quickly change your perceptions of handling your dog. These are vital skills for anyone who has a nervous or reactive dog in their household. Experienced Human Givens practitioners will talk us through the effects of stress on the human brain, and help us to practice the key skills of relaxing and remaining calm. There will be tea/coffee and biscuits available, and plenty of time to ask individual questions.

To book onto these seminars please email/text or phone Morag ASAP

07786 864 700, info@wellconnectedcanine.co.uk

Forthcoming Seminars: Rally-Obedience & Focus on Clicker Training & More Massage Therapy


All profit from seminar evenings is donated to Wiccaweys Rescued Border Collies and Working Sheepdogs www.wiccaweys.co.uk

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