'Lets talk dogs' Evening Talk - Emotions / Canine Mood Management
- 5 August 2014 at 19:00
- Godmanchester Centre
- King's Bush Farm, London Road, Godmanchester, Cambs, PE29 2NH
Lets talk dogs - six weeks of talks on man's best friend, the dog.
Share one or more informative evenings with Sue Ketland, our resident dog trainer and behaviourist, by joining us and like minded people in a relaxed format.
The talks run on Tuesdays in July and August, a total of 6 weeks including a FREE FOR EVERYONE seminar on Changes to the Dangerous Dogs Act. Each week will focus on a different topic, you can book one or more talks to attend. If you book and pay for all 5 talks together you will only pay for 4.
7pm - 9pm
Week 1 ( 22 July) – Puppies – What you really need to know.
Week 2 (29 July) – Home alone and house training for all dogs.
Week 3 (5 August) – Emotions / Canine Mood Management.
Week 4 (12 August) – Dog to dog aggression and how to handle introductions to other animals.
Week 5 (19 August) - Preparing a dog for the arrival of a new baby.
Week 6 (26 August) - Changes to the Dangerous Dogs Act - what you need to know. FREE FOR EVERYONE
£15 per week or book all 5 weeks and only pay for 4! Payment must be made at time of booking.
Open to everyone over the age of 14. Booking is essential. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0844 248 8181 for further information.
Who is Sue?
Sue Ketland has worked at Wood Green, The Animals Charity for over 20 years. Sue has dabbled in many forms of canine disciplines including working trials, agility, heelwork to music, showing, competitive obedience and talking dogs rally obedience. Sue achieved her COAPE diploma in Companion Animal Behaviour & Training in 2000 and has tutored on COAPE’s Rescue and Rehabilitation courses.
In 2004 Sue was responsible for bringing the Syn Alia Training System (SATS) to the UK and is one of the first people in the world to be officially certified in this technique.
Sue runs pet dog training classes twice a week.
Sue has lectured on canine behaviour and training in Japan and the Netherlands as well as for a number of other animal rescue shelters in the UK.
After 15 years of working within all the levels of our dog section, Sue’s current role is to deliver training in all aspects of husbandry, training and behaviour to the dog staff and volunteers, she is also part of the charity’s ‘Hands On’ educational team where she delivers the ‘responsible dog ownership’ message to the general public.
Sue is also a member of the Charity's Animal Advisory and Development Group.