Tellington TTouch for the Pet Dog - Firework Fears / Sensitive Dogs

About the course

Does your dog have a fear of fireworks, storms or loud noises? Do it make them jump? Do new things concern them? Tellington TTouch is invaluable in helping your dog cope with fireworks and thunder as autumn and winter approaches. We will look at some TTouch skills which we find help calm and settle dogs with firework fears. Come along and learn how you can help your dog at this noisy time of the year.

This introductory level course, offers candidates the option to bring along their own dog to work with for some of the 'practical' elements of the session. This time may be limited due to numbers on the course. Your dog needs to be happy to settle on a bed in the intervening periods of the day.

As you may wish to bring your dog, you will be sent a 'background information for dogs attending the course' sheet to fill in and return, prior to the course start date. The information is useful and may be used by the tutor as the workshop takes place.

Additional Information

PLEASE NOTE - You do not need to bring a dog to participate in the workshop, however should you wish to, it needs to be comfortable around other dogs and people. If not, please do not bring it with you. Please bring the dogs bed and water bowl as well as a few treats.

Also to note, that refreshments and lunches are available to purchase on site, however these premises do not allow entry with dogs. A packed lunch might be advisable if you feel you are not able to leave your dog unattended during the breaks.

Animal Studies

Britain is well regarded as a nation of animal lovers, from companion pets to large animal collections. This has resulted in a multi-million pound industry, ranging from well known national pet feed companies to pet stores, catteries and kennels and numerous other businesses providing for the needs of animals.

If you care about animals and have a deep interest in their health and wellbeing, Myerscough provides an excellent opportunity for you to further your studies. You'll develop a range of skills and have the opportunity to care for a range of animals including dogs, cats, rabbits and ferrets, farm animals, reptiles and amphibians and a range of invertebrates.