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SEMINAR: Aggressive Dogs

A two-hour presentation where we discuss what aggression looks like and what we can do about it.

We will discuss why aggression occurs, how it manifests itself, and how we can reduce or eliminate it, including:

- What are the earliest signs of aggression?

- What should you do when the dog growls at you?

- What is the difference between a play growl and an aggressive growl?

- What to do with a dog that has bitten?

- How do you break up a dog fight?

No dogs.

To register, call 778-455-1985 or go to:

http://cowichancanine.ca/shop/cat/15/seminars-workshops

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What Clients Are Saying:

Thanks so much Bev. You are a great teacher! We learned soooo much...myself as well as Bindi!! Wanted to take the time to give you and Cowichan Canine a big THANK YOU!

Marilyn & Bindi
Ladysmith

Last week I had to take True to the vet because he had an ear infection. He bounced into the office with me as if he was going to the park, he was friendly with the girls at the front desk. We went in the examination room and he was fine, happily sniffing every square inch of the floor. He was happy to see the vet and even though his ear was sore he didn't do anything when she swabbed it. True didn't enjoy having his anal glands expelled but he didn't struggle or make a peep. I was so proud of him. The vet said she was amazed at how well behaved he was and how he had come such a long way, and she complimented me on my training. Thank you so much for all your help.

Wendy Neumann & True the Bouiver
Reactive Dog Programme student, Duncan, BC

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