Mon, 23 Nov | Senior Citizen Centre

Stress in Dogs

Understand why all dogs in a human environment suffer from various forms of emotional and physical imbalances and how you can help
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Stress in Dogs

Time & Location

23 Nov 2020, 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm AEST
Senior Citizen Centre, 28 Totness St, Torquay QLD 4655, Australia

About the Event

++ Due to COVID 19- regulations, participants must register/ purchase their ticket before the event. Sorry, we can't accept walk-in's on the day ++

All dogs who live in our human environment suffer from various forms of stress. Sometimes we can't even see it but do need to be aware of the subtle signs. Other times, certain behaviours or undesirable actions are a drastic symptom of canine stress. Separation anxiety, continuous barking, digging, ball addiction, snapping, not being able to settle are just a few of the common signs. 

Let's unpack how our dog's hormonal system reacts to triggers in an urban world. We will also discuss how we, as loving pet owners, stress our dogs with certain actions and of course we will be learning how to read the signs.

You will go home full of ideas of how you can make your dog's life with you happier, more stress-free and how to set your dog up to react to triggers. 

Our workshops are designed for dog owners, volunteers in animal rescue groups and dog lovers in general. We aim to provide interesting, thought provoking, interactive and mostly fun sessions in a relaxed, friendly and casual atmosphere. We keep the number of participants low to ensure time for questions and discussions. 

If you love your dog then this is for you!

Please don't bring your dog to the workshop.

Limited spaces, please purchase your ticket to secure your seat. 

$15 per person; loyalty program applies: you can attend workshops individually and pick which ever you want to participate in throughout 2020. Pick four sessions, get one free or pay for eight and get two free.

Tickets can be purchased via Facebook link (PayPal), our website (credit card and PayPal), direct deposit by calling 0439 410 144.

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