Support Your Anxious Dog (Workshop)
Sunday, September 27th, 2020
1:00 - 3:00 pm EDT
Feeling concerned, frustrated, drained and/ or exhausted with your anxious canine family member? Join me for a two hour workshop via Zoom where I'll share information to help you better understand your dog ($40 includes tax).
See your dog in a new light. Connect from a place of deeper understanding and compassion.
You may leave this workshop feeling more empowered with a renewed sense of commitment to your best friend.
In this introductory workshop, I'll provide an overview on what dogs need to thrive, their species needs, the root cause of anxiety (and the different ways anxiety manifests), how dogs experience anxiety and the reality of dogs’ lives.
Next, I'll share my toolbox with you. I'll touch on tips, resources, and techniques that I've picked up as an animal guardian, supporting animal rescues, and through professional development.
Following the workshop, check your email for a list of curated resources (for reference, further research, and follow up).
REGISTRATION DEADLINE 10 am (EDT) the day of this workshop
Special offering: couple this workshop with communication support for your best friend. Add a 30 minute communication session to speak with your dog (an additional $50) *when you register for this workshop*.
Please email me at email@example.com with any questions.
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Disclaimer: Please note that these workshops are not a substitute for medical treatment or advice. The workshops are a complement to veterinary care (an important starting point to rule out any medical issues) and are not a replacement for veterinary care.