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Feel Good Friday – Puppy Party
8 October @ 11:00 - 11:45 BST
Radio presenter, podcaster and producer Pete Morgan will discuss the highs and lows of being a pup owner in a pandemic.
What this session will cover?
- What you should prepare for
- Separation anxiety/going back to work
- Training tips
- Your questions answered
Who is this session for?
Dog owners or authors planning to become dog owners who want to share and listen and share tips and stories.
- 10-15 minutes – Gallery of your pups, Introduction from Nicola Solomon, Chief Executive of SoA & Pete Morgan, Author & Podcaster
- 10-15 minutes – Introduction to dogs and how they can help a writer’s life.
- 5 minutes – Common Problems: Separation Anxiety, Barking, the dog in the room
- 10-15 minutes – Q&A from audience comments and any questions sent in advance
Send your questions in advance
Please send any pictures of your puppy or dog with name and age and/or questions in advance to email@example.com with ‘ Feel Good Friday – Puppy Party’ in the subject header.
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Pete Morgan – Podcaster
Pete Morgan spent 30 years working in local, regional and national radio as an award-winning presenter and producer before deciding, in 2017, to move into the world of podcasting. Through education, workshops and podcast production, MonkeyPants Productions is now one of the premier names in podcasting in the West Midlands, with clients that include Birmingham Children’s Hospital, West Midlands Combined Authority and Rolls Royce. Pete and his business helps companies and individuals enter the ever-growing world of podcasting with confidence, so that they can create a professional-sounding podcast for a waiting global audience.
Book your place by using the registration below.
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