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  • The dog understands that it is ‘working’.
  • Walks calmly to heel throughout the school.
  • Has good basic obedience.
  • Doesn’t show any signs of nervousness or anxiety.
  • Meets children and adults in a calm, friendly manner without getting over excited or jumping up.
  • Enters classrooms quietly and settles in a designated area.
  • Doesn’t pick up items from the floor.
  • Remains calm in various situations (group and individual reading sessions, one – to – one counselling, assemblies, passing children in corridors)
  • Doesn’t react to different sounds (bells, whistles, fire alarms, children shouting and running)
  • Become a calming, supportive help to children with specific needs.
  • Has a positive effect on staff moral.
  • Help individuals to overcome dog phobias.
  • Raises the profile of the school

Delivery method

Theory and Practical

Who should attend?

School dog owners.

What will be covered?

  • The dog understands that it is ‘working’.
  • Walks calmly to heel throughout the school.
  • Has good basic obedience.
  • Doesn’t show any signs of nervousness or anxiety.
  • Meets children and adults in a calm, friendly manner without getting over excited or jumping up.
  • Enters classrooms quietly and settles in a designated area.
  • Doesn’t pick up items from the floor.
  • Remains calm in various situations (group and individual reading sessions, one – to – one counselling, assemblies, passing children in corridors)
  • Doesn’t react to different sounds (bells, whistles, fire alarms, children shouting and running)
  • Become a calming, supportive help to children with specific needs.
  • Has a positive effect on staff moral.
  • Help individuals to overcome dog phobias.
  • Raises the profile of the school
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