09 Feb Local RSPCA Branch to Host an Evening of Talks on Animal Behaviour
On March 24th RSPCA North Wiltshire will host an evening of talks on animal behaviour from 6pm at the Dojo Coffee House, Swindon.
“Listening & Leadership” An Evening of Talks will explore leadership values, sensitivity & intuition, and some of the non verbal communication techniques that can be used to enhance interactions and deepen connections with the animals in our lives.
RSPCA’s Katie North tells us: “We are very excited to welcome to the event a panel of three wonderful and knowledgeable speakers who will be sharing their wisdom, kindness and expertise”.
Guest speakers include Sarah Wearing; qualified coach & mentor and one of one of only seven 3-Star Parelli Instructors in the UK, Pam Billinge; horse-led psychotherapist, leadership coach, author and advanced practitioner in natural horsemanship, and canine behaviour expert and martial arts practitioner Ken Stronach, whose Zen centred, energy rebalancing techniques have helped countless dogs & their owners live happier lives.
Ms North explains “All owners long for a harmonious relationship with their animal built on partnership and cooperation. -Our motivation for organising this event was to help owners struggling to solve obedience or emotional difficulties with their animals by hosting an evening where people can come together and receive advice, chat, and learn more about animal behaviour; about how animals react to their environment, how they communicate and the underlying mental processes that influence them”.
The talks will commence at 6pm with a panel Q & A thereafter. There will be intervals with tea, coffee and cakes available on the evening and a raffle with lots of fantastic prizes. Tickets for the event are available now by clicking >HERE< with a limited number of early bird tickets on offer until the 19th Feb. All proceeds from the event will go to helping animals in need across North Wiltshire.
RSPCA North Wilts is one of 172 branches across England & Wales who work alongside the national organisation and its inspectorate to care for sick, injured and neglected animals. As a self funding, separately registered charity, all the money raised by the branch is spent locally on helping animals in need within the North Wilts area.