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Sat, 03 Feb



Dog Safety Workshop For Parents With Children

Do you run a busy household with children and dogs? Are you worried about the rising cases of dog bites in our community, and looking for some easy tips to create a more safe space for your children? Stephanie Zikmann presents her online Dog Safety Workshop for parents with children!

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Dog Safety Workshop For Parents With Children
Dog Safety Workshop For Parents With Children

Time & Location

03 Feb 2024, 20:30 GMT – 04 Feb 2024, 21:30 GMT


About the event

Are you a parent in search of ways to make your home safer for your children and dog? 

Perhaps you have seen the latest statistics surrounding dog bites and are worried that your child might end up in a similar situation.

Education is key when it comes to creating a safe space for both children and dogs, and Stephanie wants to help pinpoint easy ways to start utilising safe interaction and boundary setting within the family home.

This FREE educational event is for any parent interested in exploring safety. 

About your host:

Stephanie Zikmann is a multi-award-winning pet professional and author of Children's Picture Book, 'I Can Be A Dog Detective!'. Stephanie is also a 'Kids Around Dogs' approved professional with ample experience working with both children and dogs in a home and professional setting. Stephanie is a certified Canine Behaviourist, Low-Stress Handling Silver Certified Professional and Qualified Holistic Dog Groomer, and founded the internationally-recognised educational entity, The Holistic Grooming Academy. Stephanie has featured across various platforms around the world and is considered a leading pioneer in the holistic grooming community having introduced the first high-level accreditation in Holistic Grooming and Behaviour. Lastly, Stephanie is a mother of three, and shares her home with three dogs. Over the last nine years, Stephanie has been developing her home environment to consider the needs of both her children and her dogs.

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