Understanding your Dog – Talk by Dr Isla Fishburn

Dr Isla Fishburn – Discover your dogs Inner Wolf

Understanding your Dog – Exploring the natural behaviour of wolves to understand dog communication and diet according to their functional character.

Isla Ellis with a wolf at The Wolf Centre in Combe Martin, Devon, 1st September 2012. Pic by JohnRobertson/BARCROFT MEDIA.Dr Isla Fishburn – Kachina Canine Communication (

Dr Fishburn will talk in detail about the nine different functional characters that make up a wolf pack and their group interaction.

This talk is ideal for those who have a multi-dog household and would like to learn how to gauge the characters of their own dogs and their group dynamics.

Talk will include Isla’s life energy diet: feeding your dog as an individual and feeding different foods according to their functional character.

Talk will include topics such as:
– how to recognise identity and personality
  – canine emotions
  – group composition, interaction and co-existence
  – natural communication
  – wellness, development and interaction


St, Briavels Assembly Rooms, St Briavels, Lydney, Glos GL15 6TF

On Sunday 22nd October

Event opens at 09:30 and the talk finishes at 16:30.

Lunch, tea and coffee are included within the price.

Price:   £65

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About Dr Fishburn

Dr Isla Fishburn, BSc in Zoology and MBiolSci and PhD in Conservation Biology is passionate about creating a co-existence between people, their pets and wildlife.

Dr Isla Fishburn is a canine wellness practitioner who works on improving your dog’s physical, emotional, mental and spiritual health by combining her knowledge on canine behaviour, natural remedies and energy work.

Isla works as an holistic dog behaviourist. Having spent several years working with and living alongside wolves, wolf hybrids and large groups of domestic dogs, Isla has developed a wide personal connective experience with wolves and continues to have a passion for working with megafauna and bridging the gap between such animals and people.  Her extensive experience of wolves and their habits will provide you with insider info on these beautiful creatures and their true dietary choices.

alpha-pupTypical position of an alpha pup or young dog (alpha is behind other litter mate)

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