Presented by Sarah Campbell
This webinar will look at the various enrichment options for a variety of our companion animal species: dogs, cats, horses, birds and small animals. It will look at why enrichment is important for our pet’s welfare and how it can be easily incorporated into their daily routine and how it can assist with behavioural issues.
Why mental enrichment is important
How it can help with behavioural issues?
How we can implement this is various situations (home, shelters)
Ideas for enrichment for different pets – both DIY and bought
About The Presenter
Sarah has always had a love for dog training, but took it to the next level when her believed lab cross Seamus developed fear towards other dogs and people. This lead Sarah towards learning more about dog behaviour and started her down the path to become a dog trainer.
After completing a Certificate IV in Companion Animal Services, she started Happy Tails Dog Training Tasmania. Along with group classes and private training, she also works with a number of assistance dog organisations such as mindDOG and Care Dogs and Co (Tas).
She lives with her deaf Border Collie Jack who is chief treat tester and always up to test out new enrichment ideas.
She is secretary of the Pet Professional Guild Australia Committee and is passionate about providing educational content for pet owners.
Sarah’s professional qualifications and memberships include:
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