Enrichment Course

Enrichment Games and Ideas to keep your dog engaged

Enrichment enables dogs to explore and use their natural instincts. Enrichment activities can prevent boredom, build confidence, and teach a variety of skills such as problem-solving, searching and agility.
It allows them to sniff and chew appropriately. Plus, it’s the ideal way to manage their energy, encouraging calmer behaviour and helping them to learn good habits.

Enrichment is a vital aspect of canine care, benefiting dogs' well-being in numerous ways. Dogs require mental stimulation and physical activity to thrive, much like their human counterparts. From interactive toys and sensory games to puzzles and treasure hunts, engaging in enrichment activities is key to meeting these needs.

Enrichment should be provided daily and can be used throughout the day. If your pup gets over excited, you can pull out one of these enrichment games. Alternatively, if you want to keep them occupied while you are having dinner, give your dog an enrichment toy with some of their food inside. This will help to keep them safe and prevent them from chewing on things they shouldn’t – such as your favourite pair of slippers!

Enrichment also helps to prevent mouthing. While it is normal for puppies to do this, you need to help them learn what is appropriate for them to chew on.

Course Summary

 By incorporating enrichment into your dog's daily routine, you can prevent boredom, reduce destructive behaviors, and deepen the bond with your pet.

Join our enrichment course today to discover how to enhance your dog's life through engaging and fulfilling activities!

Course Curriculum

Kim Freeman

Kimberly Marie Freeman, has over 17 years extensive experience and know how having worked with, and studied dogs in London, Dundee and New York City.

While in Dundee, Scotland, Kimberly owned and operated the largest dog walking, pet sitting, and behavioral center on the East Coast of Scotland which became the catalyst for the rest of her canine based career.

Over the years, with the support of her 4-legged friends, Folly, Jester, Broadway, Vaudeville and Garbo, Kimberly has honed her skills and developed her reputation as a Trainer and Motivator.

Having worked directly with Andrea Arden, Ian Dunbar and participated in Karen Pryor workshops- yup, she can clicker train a chicken, Kimberly has also completed courses and workshops in TTouch, Advanced Canine Nutrition, Animal Husbandry, Canine First Aid, Zoonotic Diseases, Clicker Training, Agility, Service Dog Training, Gun Dog Training, Aggression, Rescue Rehabilitation (to name but a few), with experts such as Ian Dunbar, Karen Pryor, Sarah Whitehead, Victoria Stilwell.

Kimberly brings unique skills to her chosen field, with particular emphasis on a dogs life. She is an animal behaviour and nutrition expert with a special interest in rescue and rehabilitation of animals and has followed programs at the world renowned Animal Care College.

Her focus is on force free training and positive reinforcement.

Kimberly is also a member of the Association of Professional Dog Trainers (APDT), The Association of Pet Dog Trainers (APDT), Animal Behaviour & Training Council,Pet Professional Guild, National Association of Registered Pet Sitters (NARPS), PSI-Pet Sitters International, and is also a Canine First Aider, a Member of The Institute for Animal Care Education (IACE), and is qualified in administering the AKC Canine Good Citizen Preparation Classes (CGC). In addition, an assessor and volunteer at Canine Concern and a fundraiser at Operation OKdog.

Having studied Psychology and Philosophy at University, Kimberly is capable of skillfully blending the control and mastery of the Owner with the obedience and intelligence of the dog helping propel their training relationship to a new level.

All is not work, however. Kimberly enjoys the fun of training your dog to be a fly ball whizz, pose for pictures or tv work, and is also known for gun dog training, her work with Search and Rescue teams, for agility training and for introducing suitable dogs into the service world while also offering training to sharpen the skills of animals already in service.

In her non dog hours (although they are few), Kimberly is often seen performing on stage or screen, guest speaking, taking the dogs on campervan adventures, and having random trips around the World.


Sara & Brian

I can't believe this course is FREE!!!!. Easy to Understand, Informative, Very Well Organized. The Course is Full of Practical and Valuable tips for Anyone who wants to include enrichment in their puppies life in an easy and managable way.  Thank you!!

Course Pricing

Enrichment Course