Four fantastic speakers, all sharing one great passion
Join us on Thursday November 14th for a unique evening event taking place at the iconic SS Great Britain in Bristol. Four inspiring and engaging speakers will share with us their stories about the power of dogs and all that they bring to us as humans.
Our speakers will each share their experiences about the impact that dogs have made to their own lives, both personally and professionally. Hear why we have developed such strong bonds with dogs over the centuries and why, in an increasingly digital world, dogs continue to play such an important role in our lives. Find out how dogs see the world from a renowned academic and get top tips for capturing dogs at their best from an industry-acclaimed director.
This evening promises to be entertaining, inspiring and thought-provoking.
SS Great Britain, Great Western Dockyard, Gas Ferry Road, Bristol, BS1 6TY.
Thursday 14th November
6.30pm – 9pm
Meet our speakers
- The three Rs – helping dogs reset, rebalance and release: canine behaviour adviser Sarah Fisher
- The Sniffledge – how dogs “see” the world: writer and academic Dr John Bradshaw
- Capturing dogs at their best: director, Barny Revill
- Coasts, Cows and Cardio – creating happy, healthy dog walks: Access Adviser to The Kennel Club, Stephen Jenkinson
The talks will be chaired by Peter Gorbing, Chief Executive, Dogs for Good. We will also hear from one of our physical assistance dog partnerships, Kathy Hancock with her dog Neptune.
Tickets are £10 per person.
Watch last year’s Power of Dogs event
In 2018, we were delighted to welcome some great speakers to our events in Oxford, London and Cambridge. Watch Brian Blessed’s talk about his very special relationship with his pet dogs.
“I would thoroughly recommend attending a Power of Dogs event. It was an informative and enjoyable evening. The stories of how dogs enhance and transform people’s lives were truly inspiring and just made me appreciate dogs even more!” Cordelia Langford, last year’s Power of Dogs event attendee.
Last year, tickets sold out quickly so book your tickets now to avoid disappointment.