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Pat & Chat – Dogwatching – Cohabiting with (Dog) Kin

Start dogwatching with Hannah Molloy, Birmingham’s very own animal behaviour specialist. Hannah featured on Channel 4’s Puppy School and has recently published the book ‘What’s My Dog Thinking?; Understand Your Dog to Give Them a Happy Life‘.

The pandemic, and its impact on our work/home environment and dynamic, has led to subtle shifts in dog behviour. Hannah is here to show us how to more positively cohabit with our dog kin amidst these changes.

In week one Hannah will show us how to study animal behaviour, before moving on to offer an in depth animal behaviour Q & A surgery in week two. As a qualified UK sniffer dog scent trainer, Hannah concludes the series with some practical introductions to scent work. By the end of this series we promise a healthier, happier (dog) home.

Hosted every Sunday by Gina Biggs (Founder of Rainbow Pooch Pride) alongside a Guest Speaker, each Sunday Pat and Chat series will reveal a different way in which the connection to dogs positively impacts physical and mental well-being. We know that right now, in the midst of a pandemic, we need to be able to still connect with one another. So we will top and (waggy) tale each session by spending some time building these connections, getting to know you and your dog (or the dogs in your life if you don’t own one), and finding ways to share our experiences. Participants will be able to remain anonymous if they chose to and are invited to join in at their personal comfort level – camera’s/microphones on or off.

Also, be sure not to miss out on some amazing promotional offers made available during these sessions!

Click here to register (link opens in new window):

Eventbrite – Virtual Pat and Chat Registration


Check out our other series:

3, 10, 17 Jan,

De-Stress with Doga

14, 21 & 28 Feb

Relax and Unwind – Beginners Guide to Canine Massage

28 Feb, 7 & 14 Mar

Mindfulness with Dogs


This initiative is funded by: Coronavirus Community Support Fund distributed by The National Lottery Community Fund with support from the government.

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