Presented by Annie Phenix


Sunday 21st May @ 7pm (GMT)

Cost £15.00

(Free for ICB Members)


About this webinar

In this webinar Annie asks the question, ‘What does your troubled dog need first?’ and covers the following:

  1. Adjusting human expectations – seeing the dog in front of you
  2. Bird’s eye view – touch, sight and sound concerns for the dog
  3. Trauma responses – the body keeps the score
  4. Phenix Dogs Case Studies: Jazzy and Princess
  5. The canine-human bond comes first
  6. Seek win-win solutions and negotiated settlements
  7. Behaviour we can’t negotiate and what to do
  8. Love out loud.


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About the Presenter

Annie Phenix is an award-winning author and journalist who has helped troubled dogs and their owner for 25 years. She is a Certified Behaviourist, a Family Dog Mediator, a Fear Free Professional and a member of the Pet Professional Guild and other professional organizations. Phenix is the author of two best-selling books:  The Midnight Dog Walkers (2016) and Positive Training for Aggressive and Reactive Dogs (May 2023). Her priority in helping dogs is to retain and improve the canine-human bond with science-backed protocols that are infused with love and compassion for the stressed out and frustrated dog and owner. She seeks win-win solutions for both species.

Photo credit: Shawna Henrie, Blue Dog Photography