The Dog Training Rehabilitation Programme
Group Work

Our group projects are usually run with small groups of 4-6 students. We offer a highly interactive programme for the group, which gives them lots of opportunity to work with our Ambassadogs. Partners who require group projects are often looking to improve the social skills of their students, alongside their ability to focus and work in a group setting. By teaching the students about positive reinforcement dog training, we also encourage them to apply the same “team work” in the group. Our dogs are trained by building a relationship that is based on cooperation and motivation and these principles are extended to working with the students.

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News

Exciting new collaboration unveiled with the Scottish Prison Service and the Dementia Dog Project.

Exciting new collaboration unveiled with the Scottish Prison Service and the Dementia Dog Project.

Alongside our partners the Scottish Prison Service (SPS) and the Dementia…
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Reflecting on 2016 and welcoming the start to 2017 with Paws for Progress…

Reflecting on 2016 and welcoming the start to 2017 with Paws for Progress…

We had a whirlwind few months at the end of…
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