In the midst of juggling busy personal and professional lives, finding the time to fit in enough activity and exercise with your dog every day can be a challenge. Even dogs that are physically active often lack opportunities for mental exercise.
In this workshop, you’ll learn simple, fun and creative ways to meet your dog’s needs when you’re short on time and how keeping your dog busy, benefits not only for their mental and physical health, but also helps reduce and prevent common behaviour problems such as excessive barking, digging, destructiveness and anxiety.
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Tim and his companion Elliot were amazing, I learnt that physical exercise alone is not what my 4 legged friend (Kage) needs but also mental exercise. Tim gave some great activities for me to try at home and some ideas to explore different areas to keep Kages mind going while I'm both with him and away. Thanks greatly Tim and Elliot for a great learning opportunity. Jon
I learnt that just walking my dog it not enough stimulation. It's quality over quantity. Engaging with them/ training while walking means we don't have to walk as long. I also learnt about some products and games that help with enrichment. I no longer use a fod bowl #dogbowlsareout
This workshop was really helpful for my business and my own dogs at home. I learnt ways I can keep my clients dogs busy on days when it may be too hot or too wet to walk them instead of just cancelling a walk altogether. I've also used this advice for a client who has 2 destructive dogs and home to help keep them busy.