Canine Owner Workshops

Workshops for Owners, Potential Owners and Those Wanting to Improve Their Canine Knowledge

Eleanor offers talks for owners on a range of canine subjects including theoretical and practical elements, guest lecturers will also offer talks for owners. These talks range from evening talks to day long workshops, offering something for everyone.

Further Details for these talks and workshops can be found below:

If you wish to organise Eleanor to give a bespoke talk for your group or club, please contact her via the form below to discuss your requirements.


Evening talks

The How Your Dog Works Series – Spring/Summer 2020

All Talks last 90 minutes with a coffee break and group discussion and start at 6.00pm

Special Offer: Buy as a group and receive all 12 talks for the price of 10 – Saving £24

Special offer 2: Save money and buy 6 talks as a group in advance for £65 then attend the 6 you wish (these must be agreed in advance)

Contact us below or by emailing contact@newforestanimalosteopathy.com to register your place and for payment details. Payment can be made by BACs or Paypal.

The Forelimb

Want to understand how your dog’s forelimb works? Learn about the anatomy and mechanics for the forelimb to help you understand your horse? Come and join us to find out more.

Wednesday 18th March The Retreat, A35, Hinton Christchurch

£12 in advance, £15 on the door

The Hindlimb

Want to understand how your dog’s hindlimb works? Learn about the anatomy and mechanics for the forelimb to help you understand your horse? Come and join us to find out more.

Wednesday 8th April The Retreat, A35, Hinton Christchurch

£12 in advance, £15 on the door

The Spine

Want to understand how your dog’s spine works? Learn about the anatomy and mechanics for the forelimb to help you understand your horse? Come and join us to find out more.

Thursday 30th April The Retreat, A35, Hinton Christchurch

£12 in advance, £15 on the door


Your Dog’s Senses

Want to understand how your dog sees, smells, hears, and how this influences how they interpret the world around them? Come and join us to find out more.

Monday 18th May The Retreat, A35, Hinton Christchurch

£12 in advance, £15 on the door

When things go wrong – Arthritis and the older dog

Degenerative changes are a natural part of aging but what does this mean for your dog and how can you help their activity and quality of life as long as possible? Want to learn more? Come and join us to find out.

Thursday 11th June The Retreat, A35, Hinton Christchurch

£12 in advance, £15 on the door

Elbow and Hip Dysplasia

Want to understand more about elbow and hip dysplasia? Unfortunately this is touching the lives of more and more dogs and their owners. What does it really mean and what you can do to help? Come and join us to find out more.

Monday 29th June The Retreat, A35, Hinton Christchurch

£12 in advance, £15 on the door


When things go wrong – Why does my dog ‘skip’ and other questions

Common in smaller dogs, their cute little hops and skips can actually be indicating underlying problems. During this talk we discuss these, what this means for your dog and what you can do as an owner to help them. Come and join us to learn more.

Thursday 16th July The Retreat, A35, Hinton Christchurch

£12 in advance, £15 on the door

When things go wrong – the overweight dog

Unfortunately becoming a common occurrence in dogs, but what does being overweight actually mean for your canine friend. Come and join us to find out how this impacts them and some things you can do as an owner to help.

Tuesday 2nd September The Retreat, A35, Hinton Christchurch

£12 in advance, £15 on the door

When things go wrong – epilepsy and movement disorders

Heartbreaking when you see it happening, but important to know and understand should it happen your your dog. Come and join us to be better informed on how to cope with and support your canine friend during these times.

Monday 28th September The Retreat, A35, Hinton Christchurch

£12 in advance, £15 on the door


When things go wrong – Cranial Cruciate Ligament issues. What does this mean for my dog?

A common occurrence in canines but it doesn’t necessarily mean the end of their fun times. Join us to find out what it really means, what options are out there and what you can do to help?

Thursday 22nd October The Retreat, A35, Hinton Christchurch

£12 in advance, £15 on the door

How your dog works – heart, lungs and general health screening

Want to understand how your dog works? How their heart and lungs function and the impact this has on them. What signs to look out for to suggest any problems with their general health? Come and join us to find out more.

Monday 9th November The Retreat, A35, Hinton Christchurch

£12 in advance, £15 on the door

How your dog works – The digestive system

Nutrition is a hot topic. We are not here to tell you what to feed your dog, rather to explain how their digestive system works and what this means for them so that you can make educated choices regarding what you feed.

Wednesday 2nd December The Retreat, A35, Hinton Christchurch

£12 in advance, £15 on the door

Contact NFAO for more information or bookings.

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