The Dog Training Rehabilitation Programme
Previous events

Our previous headline events have included our 2015 annual conference, sponsored by Blair Drummond Safari Park, where we explored the value of Human Animal Interactions and considered.

At our 2016 conference we focused on how Human Animal Interactions can enhance learning and health, with the help of our fantastic line up of speakers. We were also delighted to share exclusive insights into our work at Paws for Progress with our delegates, including a practical session with our team of Paws Ambassadogs!

The enthusiasm and energy of all of our delegates helped to make the event a huge success once again. Here is what some of them had to say:

“A very inspiring conference. Very interesting, good networking opportunities. Fantastic presentations – amazing humans and dogs”

“Thank you for a great day on an interesting and important topic! Your dogs are gorgeous”

“A really inspiring mix of people and stories in the room! Hello career change”

Discussions and talks explored the many different ways and settings in which animals can have a really positive impact on people young and old, and throughout there was a theme of ensuring that the interactions were beneficial and enjoyable for the animals too!


We are so grateful to our event sponsors for their generous support, Burns Pet Nutrition. It was wonderful to hear about the fantastic work they are doing in Wales with their school reading dog project “Burns By Your Side”.

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