No Pain, More Gain

AtTilley Farm
CountySomerset (GB125)

Tilley Farm
Somerset (GB125)
Tel 2018-07-22
Categoria Events

No Pain MORE Gain. Practical Physical and Behavioural Skills for You and Your Dog. With Tom Candy, Rachel Hayball, and Millie Robinson. On Sunday 22nd July 2018 9:30am- 5pm At Tilley Farm (BA2 0AB) with Kind Permission of Sarah Fisher. £50 per person. (A small discount is available for ISCP students and those working in rescues) Topics include: Ouch. Linking pain and behaviour Case studies- looking at real life examples where a dogs behaviour has changed because of an underlying physical issue. Proactive approaches- Behaviour and training Proactive approaches- Preservation of Physical health Fun ways to engage body and mind without over stimulation Physiotherapy- practical demonstration of relevant techniques This workshop is designed with dog professionals, students and pet owners in mind.

Everyone will get a certificate of attendance. The Speakers Tom Candy has a BSc (Hons) and MSc in Animal Behaviour, and is a Certified Animal Behaviourist. Tom is secretary of The Association of INTO Dogs, a full member of the British Veterinary Behaviour Association, and is an Animal Behaviour & Training Council Accredited Animal Behaviourist. Tom is now a Training and Behaviour Advisor at Dogs Trust in Ilfracombe, North Devon, working with dogs with a range of training and behaviour problems, both in kennels and in home environments. Rachel Hayball has a Diploma in Canine Behaviour from the International School for Canine Psychology and Behaviour, has studied with the Institute of Modern Dog Trainers, and is doing a MSc in Animal Welfare. She is an ICAN certified canine behaviourist, Victoria Stilwell Positively Dog Trainer (VSPDT), and is also a certified canine behaviourist and dog trainer with INTO Dogs. Millie Robinson is a qualified veterinary physiotherapist who is a registered member of the Institute of registered veterinary and animal physiotherapists (IRVAP). She provides a complete mobile veterinary physiotherapy service to a wide variety of animals from horses and dogs to cats and rabbits. With a lifelong love for animals, Millie chose to study animal science degrees, finally specialising in physiotherapy after seeing the positive effects it can have on rehabilitation post surgery. With the belief that animal behaviour can often be linked to underlying physical pain, Millie aims to tackle the physical aspects of a dog’s health, with a mixture of techniques such as massage, electro-therapies and exercise prescription; whilst working with the owner to promote positive physical and behavioural changes. TO BOOK email [email protected] with your contact details and we will send you a booking form.

We are delighted to add a fourth wonderful speaker to the list- Shelley Heading from SyncThermology who will be doing a talk about her work and an demonstration. Shelley is based in Thorney, Cambridgeshire and lives with Hubby Rob, children Liam and Oli and her animals - Hungarian Vizsla - Wilma, Labrador - Purdie and cat - Nortie Shelley has worked with dogs for the last 22 years as a qualified trainer and behaviour advisor and with cats for the last 7 years as a Boarding Cattery proprietor. She currently runs her own training and behaviour practice in Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, alongside a boarding cattery from her home, an arable farm in Thorney Fen, Cambridgeshire. Through her training and behaviour practice Shelley realised the importance of medical issues, especially pain, effecting behaviour and training issues in dogs.
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