Over the years I have accumulated lots of skills and knowledge on many areas of pet care and wellbeing, and I am keen to pass of this information to pet parents interested in learning how they might help their own animals.

To facilitate this I have created a range of content that aims to educate and inform.

Blog: A to Z of dog wellbeing
A free series of blogs, updated fortnightly throughout 2019 covering topics from anxiety, through exercise, grief and stress to zucchini (and other vegetables!), and how they can help your pet to be their best.  Read the wellbeing blog
Online course:  Make your own Herbal Hydrosols
Learn how to create your own natural, fragrant waters from plants, using simple equipment you already have at home, that may provide relief from physical or emotional issues for people and pets.  Plus a guide on how to use your lovely fragrant waters once you’ve made them.  See the Hydrosol-making course contents
1:1 Consultancy
Personalised guidance on loose-lead walking training, enrichment games, teaching your dog to sniff out treats, alternatives to nail clipping, herbal self-selection mentoring and many other topics.  Please ask and I’ll advise if I have the right skillset to help you.   Ask about 1:1 consultancy

Workshop: Canine herbal self-medication for physical and emotional support

Come and learn the exciting principles of herbal self-medication for dogs in this session that incorporates the theory behind the science of self-selection, and mini demonstrations with real dogs.  Book a place for you, and maybe even your dog

 Workshops and presentations
A tailored presentation about herbal self-selection, that delivers around one hour of theory, and then either short taster sessions for number of dogs, or more in-depth sessions for one or two dogs.  The duration and structure of the session are entirely flexible, with starter packs on sale for delegates to purchase if interested in having a go.   Ask about a workshop or presentation for your group

Here is a review from Christine Meaney, Canine Behaviourist after a workshop at the Dog AID AGM held in August 2018:

The demonstrations by Lesley were very enjoyable. It was a great way of introducing and showcasing, in quick layman’s terms, how using a holistic approach to canine care can benefit the dogs.

It was great to see Lesley work with each dog. The dogs chose what they needed and Lesley explained what the dogs were choosing and suggested reasons why they chose the herbs they did.

It was a lovely, informative demonstration given in a clear, concise manner by a passionate, professional, lovely person who clearly loves what she does, and she does it so well I would highly recommend using Lesley for workshops.