Low Stress & Fear Free Veterinary Visits with Welfare for Animals


For many dogs, going to the vet is a visit fraught with terror. For too many dogs one negative or traumatic experience at the vets leads to lifelong fears.

This webinar, presented by Welfare for Animals founder Ruby Leslie, discusses what you can do as a pet guardian to prevent or alleviate these fears. Ruby walks you through the steps that you can take before, during, and after the vet visit. You also learn about the dog body language of fear, anxiety, and stress – and how to reduce these emotions and behaviours – alongside several case studies as examples. This webinar will be like your very own training lesson plan for those fearful vet visits.

This is a recording, there will be no opportunity to ask questions.


Ruby Leslie is the founder of Welfare For Animals (WFA), a positive reinforcement force-free dog training and animal welfare business based in Calgary, Alberta Canada.

She has over 10 years of international experience in dog training and animal welfare in Canada, UK, Thailand and China. Ruby is Fear Free Professional Certified and Low Stress Handling Silver Level Certified, has numerous certifications in animal behaviour, rescue, shelter welfare, training and is currently working on her Advanced Canine Behaviour Diploma with The International School of Canine Psychology (ISCP). Ruby is a member of multiple international positive reinforcement animal welfare and dog training organizations like The Association of INTODogs and is the social media manager for International Companion Animal Network (ICAN).






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