Canine Wellness and Balanced Behaviours, with Dr Isla Fishburn


Saturday, 27 January 2018, Chobham/Woking

This one-day seminar will provide you with alternative and natural methods to co-exist with, interact with, teach, work and enjoy your dog. You will learn the importance of canine wellness, what this means, how this affects your dog’s behaviour, personality, performance, interaction, health and longevity as well as how you can affect your dog’s wellness. The day typically covers the following:

  • What is canine wellness?
  • What do we need to include in canine wellness?
  • Understanding the biology of a dog, from a cellular level
  • Why cells are important for survival
  • What are emotions and their importance for canines
  • The individual causes of wellness
  • Functional Character
  • Natural Competition
  • Communication, learning and behaviour
  • Safety
  • Trust
  • Trauma
  • Environment and life stages
  • Natural healing therapies

For event details, including location, scroll down and click on ADDITIONAL INFORMATION.

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Dr Isla Fishburn is a Canine Wellness Coach who has a BSc in Zoology and a MBiolSci and PhD in Conservation Biology.

Isla has spent several years interacting with large groups of captive wolves, wolf hybrids, wolf dogs and domestic dogs where she learned to apply her knowledge about conservation, wellness and canine biology to educate dog guardians, professionals and researchers about canine wellness, health and conservation.

As a canine wellness coach, Isla focuses on many aspects of a canine to improve and support longevity, happiness, balance and harmony. She uses a range of techniques, therapies and methods based on her knowledge as a zoologist as well as her time spent with captive wolves and how she learnt about their wellness. Isla has an extensive list of other qualifications that she has gained in furthering her knowledge of wellness and to provide the best support she can to conserve the health and longevity of all of life.

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Additional information


This event will last from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.


Chobham Parish Pavilion, Recreation Ground, Station Road, Chobham, Surrey, GU24 8AJ
Note: there is a 2.1 metre height barrier at the entrance to the recreation ground for access to the parish pavilion, so please let us know in advance if you will be bringing a high-sided vehicle.

What to bring

Please keep in mind that dogs cannot be brought to this event.

Refreshments and a light lunch are included.
Bring any questions you may have and a notebook and pen, should you wish to take notes!


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