“Over the past 5 years, I have undertaken a number of courses with the CIDBT. Having a background in science, I found the style of experiential learning quite different from the traditional education I have had previously. The courses are well structured and allow learners to progress at a pace that they are comfortable with. The content of courses is well rounded and comprehensive with knowledgeable course tutors. For courses that have a workshop, the content is relevant and builds on the distance learning elements. The workshops are a valuable tool to allow networking with other likeminded people and a supportive environment to explore and develop ones understanding and skills. The courses I have taken have enabled me to develop my understanding and skills to a level that I have been able to fulfil my ambition to become a member of the CFBA. I would heartily recommend any of the CIDBT courses to anyone who is open to learning and developing a deeper understanding of working with dogs and their owners.”
Research now suggests that poor gut health can significantly affect our dog’s behaviour. The gut is the core of any animal’s health which determines the health ofother organs and functions.