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Up and coming workshops at Best Behaviour

 

Monday 6th August 2018

Introduction to TTouch for Dogs - Julie Moss  

 

29th September 2018

Auto-immune Disease - The Tip of the Iceberg - Sue Armstrong MA VetMB VetMFHom CertIAVH MRCVS RSHom

 


Monday 6th August 2018

Introduction to TTouch For Dogs full day workshop

with Julie Moss 

Time: 10am - 4pm 
Cost: £60 per handler place, £50 per spectator

                       Location: 3 Holmes Street, Rossendale, Lancs. BB4 9PT.


There are only 5 handler places available on this workshop. This is to make sure
everyone gets lots of time to work with their own dog or others and also
enables the dogs to have space to relax and settle. Light refreshments
available on the day but you will need to bring your own lunch.

The workshop will give a general overview of basic TTouch bodywork and groundwork techniques for dogs (see Tellington Touch section for more information)

For more information please contact

To pay by cheque please send the cheque with the downloadable TTouch workshop booking form

 You can also pay online to book your place immediately. If you do pay in this way please complete an online booking form so I have all your details. Your place will not be secured until receipt of payment.


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Saturday 29th September 2018

 

Auto-immune Disease in Dogs - The Tip of the Iceberg

with Sue Armstrong MA VetMB VETMFHom CertIAVH MRCVS RSHom

Time: 10am - 4pm

Cost: £45 per person

Location: Lumb Baptist Church Lounge, Burnley Road East, Rossendale, Lancs.

BB4 9PL

 

Auto-immune disease is on the rise in dogs (and indeed humans!). There is no single cause of auto-immune disease, but there is evidence to show that modified live vaccines, environmental pollutants, food preservatives and chemicals in dog food, genetics and/or stress can trigger an animal's immune system to attack itself.

The immune system has a vital role to play in keeping our dogs alive and protected from invasion of harmful organisms but when it goes wrong it can be a lethal weapon.

There are many types of autoimmune disease and common symptoms include intense soreness in parts of the body, thyroid problems, itchy or flaky skin, ulceration of the mucous membranes, inflamed ears, excessive licking of the front paws and swelling of the toes. it is important to know about this large group of diseases and more importantly learn how to take measures to limit the risk to your dogs. 

 

Dr Sue Armstrong MA VetMB VETMFHom CertIAVH MRCVS RSHom is a veterinary surgeon and homeopath. She runs Balanced Being, which is a thriving Veterinary Centre in Wetherby with homeopathy as the core philosophy and offering fully integrative health care to suit individual needs of the animals and owners. This tailor made approach is achieved by combining  conventional medicine and surgery with homeopathy, acupuncture, nutraceuticals and physical therapy. The emphasis is on prevention and guiding owners through the best options available for an individual animal and their owner. These are decisions which are critical to the long term health of your animal and vary from one animal to the next.

 

Sue is also the author of many published papers and lectures and consults internationally. Her latest book is entitled 'Cancer in Animals. What is to be cured?'

For more information please contact

To pay by cheque please send the cheque with downloadable booking form


You can also pay online to book your place immediately. If you do pay online please complete an online booking form so I have all your details. Your place will not be secured until receipt of payment.

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