Dogs & Kids
At Dog Trouble we believe that education for young people is key in helping to prevent potentially dangerous situations arising between young people and dogs.
That’s why we have put together some great opportunities for your child to learn about dogs and how to interact with them in a safe way:
A two day dog behaviour workshop during school holiday time for young people aged between 6-12 years old. A fun but informative practical workshop educating young people about basic dog behaviour and how to behave around and care for dogs in a safe, balanced way. Perfect for kids that love dogs!
Age 6-12 years. Workshop times are 10.30-3.30pm. Each young person must attend each day and bring a packed lunch. Young People will get to work with their own dog or care for a balanced dog from the Dog Trouble Pack for two days! They will experience the daily routine of the Dog Trouble Pack involving how to walk a dog by their side, how to play with them safely, how to keep a dog healthy and how to understand a dog’s body language. Fun activities they will teach their dog will include dog agility, swimming and search and find games. Click here to view photos!
Drinks are provided. Each young person will receive a T-Shirt and certificate.
Course costs: £95 for 2 day course per child including VAT
Course Dates 2017:
|Time of Year||From||To|
|Early Summer||Wednesday 26th July||Thursday 27th July|
|Late Summer||Tuesday 8th August||Wednesday 9th August|
A one hour ‘Meet n Greet’ workshop for schools/youth organisations where young people can meet Jo Cottrell and some of the Dog Trouble Pack. A Practical session where young people can learn about dog behaviour and interact with dogs. (The length of the workshop can be adjusted to suit your requirements)
Delivered in school/organisation aimed at young people aged 6-16 years old. Topics to include the puppy stage, greeting a dog, walking a dog, feeding time, playing with a dog, sleeping time, dog health.
Each young person will receive a certificate with 10% off the ‘Junior Pack Leader course’