It’s not just feel-good pats and cosy cuddles with dogs coming into rescue. Some dogs can present with difficult behaviours that need to be managed.
But the good news is that help is at hand. You can learn how to address these challenging behaviours to give every dog the very best chance of a positive outcome.
The Dominance and Aggression in Dogs seminar looks at:
- Dominance theory
- Underlying motivators for aggression
- How genetics, learning and environmental factors play a part in aggression
- Implications for training
This seminar, presented by veterinary behaviourist Dr Gabrielle Carter, is highly recommended for dog trainers/behaviourists, animal rescue workers and volunteers, foster carers and dog walkers.
When: Sunday 25th October 2015, from 1pm to 4pm.
Where: Quest Flemington Serviced Apartments, 600 Epsom Road Flemington, VIC.
Tickets are $80 per person, and bookings are essential.
For more information head to the Good Pet Behaviour website.