Talking About Building a Dog Sensory Garden
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About the Event
Dogs love a stimulating environment and sensory gardens are a great way to engage your dog and enrich his life. The right plants and textures can reduce a dog’s anxiety and offer physical health benefits as well as providing an interesting area to sniff and explore.
Join Lisa and Clare for an informal chat over Zoom where you can learn what plants are loved by and beneficial to dogs, get ideas for introducing texture and sounds to your garden and discover features that you can introduce to encourage physical and mental agility.
About Clare and Lisa:
Clare Russell DipCabt is a fully qualified pet behaviour therapist with over 20 years experience of working with dogs and their people. Clare has a particular interest in dogs that are labelled 'reactive'. She also has plenty of experience of working with dogs who bite and fight.
Lisa Haydon is an IAABC Certified Behaviour Consultant and Owner of The Dog Play Centre. Lisa has studied canine play and has extensive practical experience of the topic, running a highly successful Play Centre for dogs.