Pets In Practice

PetTrainers ABTC APBC

Telephone: 0118 9836470
Mobile: 07843 559441
Email: info@petsinpractise.co.uk

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WORKSHOPS

PET DETECTIVE

Pet Detective is a family friendly, 2 hour course that runs through the beautiful Wokefield Common woods.  With a group of other families and dogs, you will be taken on a treasure hunt through the woods, where you will solve puzzles, compete in some races, and of course win some prizes!


The course includes seven different activities for you & your dog, activities are all fun and can be tailored to your dog’s needs.  Some of our activities also involve a small amount of obedience, asking your dog for a wait perhaps while you run to collect a prize, or maybe even some lose lead walking during a tennis ball and spoon race!  Also includes some human based detecting ranging from questions and riddles, to asking your dog to do a trick!

By the end of the course, every dog will receive a prize and a rosette, with additional prizes for our winning team, and of course there will be chocolate for the humans! 


NEXT PET DETECTIVE - SUNDAY 3rd September 10.00am


WEBINARS & TALKS 

Kris and Nicole, aided by other Pets in Practise staff, run a number of talks and workshops, covering a wide range of subjects. 

The talks are generally attended by pet owners and cover a variety of aspects of dog and cat welfare, care and training.  Some are short, just an hour or two, free and run at local vets; others are a full day usually at Burghfield Common for a fee.

Workshops are attended by pets and their owners, plus other owners who come to watch and learn.  These are full day events, with a morning session of theory and practical sessions in the afternoon.

Places on both full day talks and workshops are limited, prices vary depending on whether you are a handler or a spectator.

Many of the training sessions run by Pets in Practise are videoed and these are then available as webinars, by invitation.  Some of these videos cover the training of a specific command or trick (such as Warrick playing dead) others cover one-to-one trainings, for example for desensitizing a dog who is over-reactive to other dogs. 

“All the talks, workshops and the videos are excellent resources for building your relationship with your own pet and, where there is a fee, provide great value for money.” Bridget Parslow, Safi and Fudge (we have attended/watched many of those on offer!).

Please check our Facebook page for up and coming talks and workshops

Webinars/talks/workshops

Kris and Nicole, aided by other Pets in Practise staff, run a number of talks and workshops, covering a wide range of subjects. 

The talks are generally attended by pet owners and cover a variety of aspects of dog and cat welfare, care and training.  Some are short, just an hour or two, free and run at local vets; others are a full day usually at Burghfield Common for a fee. 

Workshops are attended by pets and their owners, plus other owners who come to watch and learn.  These are full day events, with a morning session of theory and practical sessions in the afternoon.

Places on both full day talks and workshops are limited, prices vary depending on whether you are a handler or a spectator.

Many of the training sessions run by Pets in Practise are videoed and these are then available as webinars, by invitation.  Some of these videos cover the training of a specific command or trick (such as Warrick playing dead) others cover one-to-one trainings, for example for desensitizing a dog who is over-reactive to other dogs.

“All the talks, workshops and the videos are excellent resources for building your relationship with your own pet and, where there is a fee, provide great value for money.” Bridget Parslow, Safi and Fudge (we have attended/watched many of those on offer!)

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A huge debt of gratitude

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I first used Pets in Practise just over a year ago, when we needed to obtain high quality 'reward based' puppy training for the new addition to our family - Bo.   Bo is a Northern Inuit cross, whose role in our lives was primarily as a companion to our 5 year old son, Josh.  Josh had been diagnosed with Aspergers syndrome 6 months previously, and we had heard that dogs make very good companions for children on the autism spectrum.  Indeed, we discovered that Dogs for the Disabled...

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The ideal pet trainer

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At Sunninghill Veterinary Centre we like to ensure a pet’s general well-being is good.  This means not only diagnosing and treating illness, but making sure a pet fits in well with their human family and enjoys their daily activities. In Kris we have found the ideal pet trainer and behaviourist.  She is sympathetic and understanding of an owner’s needs, whilst having great empathy with the pets. Many of our clients have attended Kris’ training classes or had one to one...

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A competent and caring behaviourist

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‘We recommend Kris to clients with new puppies as well as rescue dogs as a first stop to get advice on training and socialisation. We find her caring, professional and thorough approach is appreciated by all. We also refer our problem dogs to Kris, and find her thorough and practical approach is very well received. The client reports are always tailored to the individual case – with consideration of both the dog as well as the individual owners. It reflects...

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Compassionate, gentle and very knowledga…

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Ted became part of our family around 18months ago with so many problems I wouldn’t know where to begin. One of the biggest problems was taking him out for walks.  He was utterly out of control. Dogs, people, children, vans, postmen, joggers, cyclists…….you get the picture.  Another was welcoming guests in to the home. Nightmare. I was recommended Kris Glover, by a local vet, as someone who could help me re train Ted and do so with compassion and kindness. Kris arrived...

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We have referred several behaviour cases…

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As a practice, we have referred several behaviour cases to Kris and have felt completely confident in her capability and professional knowledge. We receive full printed reports on her consultation with the client and also on the recommended treatment for the pet. We referred our first cases to Kris based on other veterinary recommendations but had not met her. However after meeting her we were even more certain we had chosen the right behaviourist! Her enthusiasm, extensive knowledge and total commitment...

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Kris has shown great dedication to her w…

28-01-2013 Hits:70655 Testimonials Super User

Kris has been working with us since September 2005. In appointing Kris as our Behaviour Consultant and Puppy Class Coordinator, we chose her over and above three other well qualified candidates. We needed to trust and be comfortable with her methods, her people skills and above all, her empathy with our patients. It continues to be important that we feel confidence in referring our clients to her.  We are happy to say that Kris has shown great dedication to her...

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Enthusiastic, sympathetic and helpful

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Kris Glover of Pets in Practise has been our approved behavioural therapist for some time now.  Kris is always enthusiastic, sympathetic and helpful.  She believes in compassionate management of behavioural disorders, which suits our own philosophy.  She provides an efficient service for clients and the practice, and achieves excellent results.  Her communication with client and practice is first class, ensuring that we are kept fully in the loop and involved in all aspects of the management when appropriate. Kris runs...

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Kristina Glover BA (Hons) in Animal Behaviour Management, MSc (CABC)
Certified Clinical Animal Behaviourist
Member of the Association of Pet Behaviour Counsellors
Member of the Association of Pet Dog Trainers  
Animal Behaviour & Training Council (ABTC) Registered Clinical Animal Behaviourist
Animal Behaviour & Training Council (ABTC) Registered Animal Training Instructor
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