Dog Aggression for Animal Professional

dog aggression
April 25, 2020
Essex, United Kingdom

Dog Aggression for Animal Professional

Amber Watson
550 Pounds
DESCRIPTION

The course is aimed at people working professionally with dogs who regularly give advice to owners of potentially aggressive individuals, eg. dog trainers, behaviourists and vet nurses/vets.

Topics covered include types of aggression, physiology of aggression, learning theory, medical problems affecting aggression, basic behavioural pharmacology, the impact of procedures such as neutering, aggression and welfare, and successful client interactions.

The course is a classroom-based course, offering up to date scientific knowledge combined with its practical application. This is achieved through the course by combining lectures with video illustrations and multiple group exercises and case studies to work through. All scientific references are given during the course, and each module has recommended reading books to assist with further learning and information consolidation.

The course assumes a basic understanding of behaviour knowledge which includes an up to date awareness that dog aggression is rarely influenced by ‘dominance’, and that positive reinforcement-based training is considered the more effective and ethical choice when working with individuals with behaviour problems.

This course is for 3-weekend modules in 2020

Module 1 25/26th April
Module 2 30/31st May
Module 3 27/28th June

working dog
educacion canina
dog sport
dog behaviour
agression
dog aggression
canine cognition
canine aggression
canine sport
animal behavior
behavior analysis
Changing behavior
EVENT DETAILS
Dates
April 25, 2020
09:00 - 17:00
April 26, 2020
09:00 - 17:00
May 30, 2020
09:00 - 17:00
May 31, 2020
09:00 - 17:00
June 27, 2020
09:00 - 17:00
June 28, 2020
09:00 - 17:00
Location

The Plume of Feathers
Essex
CM20 2RD
United Kingdom

Language
English
Target
Dog trainers
SPEAKERS

Amber Watson

Amber Batson graduated as a veterinarian and surgeon from Royal Veterinary College in London in 1999.

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