Reactive Dogs Workshop in Swansea

A workshop for the owners of reactive dogs

Reactive dogs, Swansea

Humans only!

Perfect for owners of reactive dogs and anxious dogs!  

The workshop will focus on ways we can support our reactive, stressed, anxious or over excited dogs and ourselves.

 This workshop will explore what stress is for humans and dogs, how we can support our dogs and what we need to look after our own wellbeing.  

The workshop is hosted by Rose Bufton.  Rosie is a creative psychotherapist, clinical supervisor and mental health worker, whose main work has been with humans. Since taking on a challenging dog she is now a games-based concept dog trainer and part of On Cloud K9.  

Rosie draws upon her experience of owning a reactive dog when developing the workshop.

The workshop has been designed to support the owners of reactive dogs, as well as the reactive dogs themselves.

Places are limited so booking essential  


Please register your interest to be kept informed of our upcoming workshops for reactive dogs.


  • 11:30-13:30 Saturday 17th September 2022

Blackpill, Swansea


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Why on cloud k9?

Online Training Course

People only retain 20-40% of what they are told.   Our in-person training sessions are complemented by an online training course that you have access to for 6 months from the start of the training course.  The online dog training course includes videos of what we did in each training session along with essential information to help you better understand your dog.


In our dog training courses, we teach the dogs valuable life skills by playing games.  Games are essential for healthy development.  We shape the dogs' brain by playing fun 3 minute games.  Games based concept training teaches your dog valuable life skills, such as impulse control, focus, confidence, optimism, engagement and calmness.


We use fun, rewards and praise to teach the dogs great life skills, rather than force, fear or punishment.  There's no need to use something that your dog doesn't like in order to get their compliance, such as kneeing them in the chest to stop them jumping up.  We help you understand how your dog thinks and feels, so that you can feel more empathy for them.


The dog training world has come a long way in the last 20 years and we now know that dogs learn in the same way as humans do and that they have mental capabilities and emotional intelligence equivalent to a 2.5-year-old child.  We are continually educating ourselves so that we can provide the most up to date training methods based on scientific research.

Register Interest in the Reactive Dogs Swansea workshop

Rosie Bufton

Emma Badger