About this course
Alphabet Album Webinars:
Force Free Rehab for Your Companion
Recording available NOW!
(Stella Barnett presenter/ Adam Skandarani moderator)
Have you ever thought that you would like to take your dog to see a rehabilitation professional, but didn't think your dog would tolerate it because they have fears or anxieties about vet visits? Maybe being handled by a stranger is difficult for them? This webinar addresses the ways Stella runs her canine rehabilitation practise to minimize fear and stress to clients. Consider how effective we can be without initially going 'hands-on', and the things that you can do ahead of time to make the experience more enjoyable for your dog. Lots of practical ideas to help you help your partner be happy to be in great shape - even when it's difficult!
I am a Registered Physiotherapist with almost 20 years of experience assessing and treating people, specialising in musculoskeletal injuries. I have a post-graduate Diploma in Canine Rehabilitation and have been assessing and treating dogs since 2012. I treat dogs of all ages, sizes and activity levels, and focus on force free assessment and treatment. I also teach canine conditioning and fitness for agility classes through the winter.
I am active in my local dog sports community with my own dogs playing a wide variety of sports!
You can learn more about Stella and her work here!
Adam has been working with dogs professionally as a pet care professional, photographer, judge and as a trainer. They have worked mostly with pet dogs but have recently been developing a system for raising well-rounded sport and pet dogs. Living with and loving two boxers who are very different to each other has expanded their knowledge base and motivation to keep learning and sharing.
Adam's experience training cats and parrots add depth to their understanding of the importance of positive training.
To learn more about Adam click here!
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