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UK Canine Gateway Part 1

Duration: 2 days

Date: 19th & 20th June 2020

Location: Meadow Cottage, 3 Tetbury Lane, Leighterton, Gloucestershire, GL8 8UP View on map



Due to difficulties arising from the spread of the Covid 19 virus, public institutions such as Universities are warning that they may have to close. 

As this causes uncertainty regarding a venue and where to stay we are moving this training to our own venue at Meadow Cottage just outside Tetbury in Gloucestershire (about 20 minutes drive from the Agricultural University in Cirencester). A local B&B list is provided at the bottom of this page.


Day 1  9.30 - 5pm

Understand the mechanisms that underpin self-medication

Learn to communicate through the language of smell to help animal health

Learn how to read responses

Learn how smell and taste are used to achieve homeostasis

Understand the different routes of administration

Learn how plant extracts can affect physical and psychological function

Understand the origins of many behavioural problems 

Understand why some dogs may poison themselves

Understand purging

Lunch 12 - 1pm

Demonstration working with dog 1

How an animal determines dosage

How to create a therapeutic environment

3pm break

3.20 Demonstration working with dog 2

5pm Finish


Day 2  9.00 - 4.30pm

Review of day 1 

Follow through working with dogs form day 1

Lunch 12.30 - 1.30 pm

Understand  how to work with common health problems

Understand how to work with behavioural problems that have a trigger response

3pm break

Demonstration working with dog 3



4.30 pm Finish

Local B&B list


Ingraham Shop

If you would like to collect any orders from the Ingraham Shop, please process these in the normal way online at least two days prior to the workshop (please select 'collect' at checkout and no P&P will be charged):

If you are interested in bringing a dog to the class for use in one of the demonstrations, please contact the office for further details (there is no charge if your dog is selected)

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