Dogs Trust

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Attention all teachers! We are now offering 30-minute online family workshops to encourage children to think and act responsibly around dogs to benefit everyone’s wellbeing. These free, fun, interactive sessions are delivered via Zoom or Microsoft Teams directly to your home and suitable for all the family. If you are interested and would like to find out more, please contact us via email at [email protected] We can't wait to hear from you!

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Due to the current Coronavirus outbreak in this country, we are closely monitoring the situation and taking guidance from the Government and will keep you all updated as things progress. The safety of our staff and learners we visit is paramount to us, but rest assured we will be in touch to rebook your school workshops as soon as possible.

Attention all teachers!

Would you like your child to think, act and feel more positively around dogs? You don’t have to be a dog owner or even want to own a dog; our qualified Education Officers are here to help any family learn more about dogs and how to behave safely around them through our interactive online workshop. If you are interested in booking a virtual workshop or would like to discuss this further with us then feel free to email us : [email protected]

For more information on how Dogs Trust are responding to Government guidelines relating to the current situation, click here; 

The Dogs Trust Education Team have been delivering free educational workshops and assemblies across the UK since 2003. Educating children about responsible dog ownership and safety around dogs is an important part of what we do at Dogs Trust.

By helping young people learn about the responsibilities and commitment involved in dog ownership, we believe we can improve the welfare of dogs, both in the homes of the children we teach, as well as dogs they may meet when out and about in the community.

Our aim is to ensure all dogs can lead a happy, healthy life and encouraging and developing the required human behaviour to achieve this is of fundamental importance to the Dogs Trust mission.