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Join us for another spectacular speaker line-up at The North East Dog Festival

January 1, 2019

Education and learning are always key when it comes to dogs so we thought what better way to make your day even better than having a fantastic seminar marquee packed with an awesome timetable! 

 

Throughout the day you will have the opportunity to listen to talks on a variety of topics from top experts in their fields.

 

It's not to be missed! Stay tuned to our website for further details and timetable coming soon! 

 

Christine Squires

Dogs for Good 

(Tyne Tees Area)

"We are dogs for Good"​

Dogs for Good is a UK-based charity training and providing accredited assistance dogs to people with physical disabilities and children with autism. Find our more about this fantastic organisation and the work they do. 

 

Brian Allport (Search Dog Tess) & Ian Thompson(Search dog Ben)

"Mountain Rescue Search Dogs. What they do and how are they trained."

Janet  Finlay

TTouch Companion Animal Instructor, MAPDT UK (01046) and ILM Level 7 leadership coach. 

 

Sue McCabe

B.Soc.Sc. M.A. APDT UK KCAI CD A* PPGBI ABTC QIDTI RCDTBP

 

"Common puppy problems and how to avoid them"

& "Finding your new rescue dog and how to settle him in"​

 

Linda Hall

East Anglian Staffordshire Bull Terrier Club

 

Sue Maclennan

Registered Galen Myotherapist ®

 

"What is Myotherapy and how can it help your dog?" 

How to recognise subtle pain indicators and the impact of everyday stresses and strains. Sue will demonstrate some simple techniques and explain the benefits of a regular warm up/cool down routine which can help to maintain your dog’s mobility and minimise the risk of injury.

 

Vets4Pets

"Basic K9 First Aid" 

 

 

 

 

 

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