An essential tool for all canine guardians, whether you just want to help your dog be more relaxed, you are settling in a new puppy or rescue dog or you are working on specific behaviour goals like being comfortable with handling and grooming, separation, reactivity to dogs or even as part of physical conditioning and rehabilitation. The applications are endless - and most importantly, it can form part of your dog's daily enrichment activities and will help take your relationship to a whole new level of understanding.
We take a look at what freework is, why it works and guide you through how to get started with your own dog. It includes downloadable handouts on the practical elements so you can have them available when you're offline and working with your dog.
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*Also includes a 90 minute webinar from the fantastic Sarah Fisher at Animal Centred Education, the home of freework!*
Sarah takes us through the development of freework and gives loads of brilliant examples of observations, ways to facilitate behaviour changes as well as guidance on setting up your first freework activity