Dog Anxiety Workshop – Sun 30th July – Cheshire


Anxious behaviour in dogs and how to have a chilled out dog…

Receive guidance and training advice for generalised anxiety, separation anxiety, barking, air licking, pacing and other symptoms of an anxious dog.

LOCATION: Dog’s Country Club, 191 Slag Ln, Lowton, Warrington WA3 1BU

DATE AND TIME: Sunday 30th July 2-4pm


And how to have a chilled out dog…

Following on from the successful Dog Anxiety workshop in April, I’m following up with another even more advanced workshop on how to help your dog with anxiety. With live demos on how to calm your dog in the moment as well as helping your dog to be happier and chilled out, all day long. This will once again be held at the wonderful Dogs Country Club in Cheshire.

Dogs have feelings too and are just as susceptible to the symptoms of anxiety as we are. After all, both species – human and dog are domesticated to an environment that is full of the stresses of modern living.

If you have noticed your dog showing the signs of anxiety such as, chronic whining, pacing, air licking, excessive drooling, destructive behaviour, excessive barking, etc… There are ways to help them to manage these stresses and decrease or even eliminate the anxious behaviour that is keeping them (and likely you too) from living life to the full.

My upcoming workshop DOG ANXIETY AND HOW TO HAVE A CHILLED OUT DOG is taking place on Sunday 30th July.

Come along and learn the reasons behind dog anxiety, experience anxiety from your dog’s point of view and take away with you practical exercises to help manage and even eliminate your dog’s anxiety altogether.

There will be a specialist segment on separation anxiety included where I will be able to give case study examples. There will be some demo dog spaces available, please apply by sending Nicky an email to

Nicky Crowe from Chilled Out Dogs is a professional Dog Behaviourist and Therapist who specialises in treating dog anxiety.

Read more about Nicky

In this workshop you will be given information and training techniques to help your dog manage anxiety and the stresses of living in our modern day world.

We will also discuss the links between human anxiety and dog anxiety and how managing your own energy and behaviour patterns can have a direct benefit for your dog. Tackling the problem not only from a dog perspective but also a human one.

Nicky will also be demonstrating some dog massage techniques that can provide immediate results as well as training demos and ways of identifying and treating anxiety within your dog.

Read Nicky’s article published in Animal Talk Magazine about the benefits of dog massage.

This is a popular workshop so please make sure to book your ticket(s) online as places fill up fast. Ticket link above…

LOCATION: Dog’s Country Club, 191 Slag Ln, Lowton, Warrington WA3 1BU

DATE & TIME: Sunday 30th July 2pm-4pm

COST: £36 per person – dogs come free. (plus £1.50 PayPal admin fee)


DOG GUIDELINES: Dogs who are quiet are very welcome to attend. Please note that any barking will disrupt the workshop for others. Dogs who experience anxiety around groups of people and other dogs will likely feel overwhelmed at this type of workshop. Book Nicky for a 1-1 consultation on how to help your dog with social situations before bringing them to an event like this. We are also only inviting dogs who are sociable with other dogs.

Email for more information.

You can also telephone Nicky on 07525 127064 if you have any questions.

Please make sure to pre-pay for this workshop.

 “Great workshops! Nicky gives you a deeper understanding and connection with your fur-baby and she explains the science behind the alternative and holistic therapies available. Absolutely 100% recommend.”

Reilly Hades Taylor

Rough schedule for the workshop:
1:45 pm
Welcome, tea & coffee and dog socialising
Start and introduction to dog anxiety
The symptoms, underlying causes, case study examples
Training techniques and how to help your dog to cope
Pee break
Separation anxiety, barking, licking and other behaviour problems with demonstrations
The link between human anxiety and dog anxiety and how to manage our own anxieties in order to help our dogs
4:00-ish pm
Home time


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