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SEMINAR: Aggressive Dogs

In this two-hour presentation, we will discuss what aggression / fear / anxiety / reactivity looks like and what we can do about it.

 

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

 

- What are the earliest signs?
- 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?

We will then look at the types of cases that may be more likely to have a successful outcome, and which ones that may be more challenging, and go through:

– The behaviour modification process
– Managing the bite risk
– Goal setting
– Involving the veterinarian and the veterinary behaviourist
– Decisions about re-homing and euthanasia

No dogs.

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

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

 

 (PS: Pepin, pictured above, is displaying a play face that is often mistaken for aggression!)

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Reactive Dog Programme student, Cobble Hill, BC

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