The Dogs Trust Education team usually host multiple events in our Rehoming centre in Finglas every year. From our Howl-O-Ween get together in October, to our Tea and Tales event in Spring, these events are great ways to get our dog safety message across to the community, in novel and festive ways, and are highlights in our annual calendars.
We miss them, and we miss you. Hosting events has not been possible for over a year, and we still feel now is not the moment to have a relaunch. Please don’t worry though. We are optimistic that there is light at the end of the tunnel, and we are in the early stages of planning their return.
Keep an eye on this page for updates, because when we do host our next event, its going to be better than ever, and we’re really excited to educate on site again. Until then, Be Dog Smart folks!
Our Education team are delighted to announce that we now have a brand new workshop designed exclusively for secondary schools. Since our team first began teaching, way back in 2005 we've often been invited to speak in secondary schools. Although we did offer tours of our rehoming centres, we've previously been unable to actually go and deliver workshops to secondary schools directly. Until now!
We have just created our brand new Ethics workshop, which delves into humankind's relationship with animals-dogs in particular, and challenges students on the way they interact with dogs in real life.
If you would like an officer to deliver an Ethics workshop to your school, go our bookings page, and get in touch with your local officer today!
Keep an eye on this page for all our upcoming education events, campaigns, and news