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Dogs are dependent on us to provide the right kind of activities that help to keep them happy and healthy. Enrichment and activities that stimulate the mind and are so much closer to the dogs ethogram than fast games that cause adrenaline to be released at regular intervals.


Enrichment and mental stimulation create calm behaviours and can promote gentle movement and relaxation, they also provide a way of helping to reduce stress and encourage natural behaviours.


This webinar will show what kind of activities can be used how they are of benefit to dogs and how nosework and enrichment can be added into a dog's day.

Pennie Clayton | Enrichment for dogs

£15.00 Regular Price
£10.00Sale Price
  • Pennie Clayton is a canine behaviourist, horse/ rider trainer and Bowen therapist. Immediately after leaving school she trained as a riding instructor and achieved BHS qualifications. Since that point Pennie has worked as a freelance trainer including running evening classes on horse management for local education authorities.

    After sharing her life with lurchers for many years, Pennie began felt she needed to learn more about dogs. After taking an extensive canine behaviour course with Sheila Harper and becoming more involved with dog behaviour and training, her work extended to helping people with their dogs. Her focus is mainly on making the lives of her greyhounds better and sharing the knowledge she has gained with her clients.

    In 2008 Pennie qualified as a human Bowen therapist and then went on to learn how Bowen can be adapted to horses and dogs. In 2015 she started the School of Canine Bowen Therapy with fellow therapist Maddy Freeman.

    Pennie is a regular contributor to Healthful Dog and Edition Dog magazine and is a full member of PDTE (Pet Dog Trainers of Europe) which was founded by Turid Rugaas.

  • 20th October 2019

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