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Aggression in Dogs seminar

Aggression in Dogs Seminar

This seminar is for any one wanting to learn more about aggression in dogs.  It generally runs for 5 hours and covers all aspects of dog to dog aggression, reactivity, stress and anxiety and much more.
 
Main topics covered are:
  •  How and why dog aggression occurs
  • Genetics vs Environment
  • Learn to read body language and stress signals
  • Defensive, offensive and predatory behaviours
  •  Equipment (what works and what doesn’t)
  • Techniques, techniques and more techniques!!

This seminar is suitable dog trainers and handlers, or anyone wanting to increase their knowledge and learn new techniques for managing dog aggression.

Suitable for:

  • Dog trainers
  • Dog owners/handlers
  • Dog day care workers
  • Veterinarians
  • Vet Nurses
  • Dog walkers
  • Rescue groups
  • Animal shelters
The seminar can also cover:
  • Tips and management strategies for handling dogs with aggression issues
  • Rehabilitation strategies and techniques
  • Practical demonstrations

 

Workshop Scheduled for:

Sunday 28th April 2024
8.30am to 3.30pm

Venue: Lort Smith Animal Hospital, 25 Berwick Road, Campbellfield, Victoria.

Max 10 people (includes 3 x working dog spots)

$250 
Includes lunch (sandwiches, coffee and tea.

Contact us to book your spot.