When: 03/02/2019 9:00am to 03/02/2019 5:00pm
Where: Ottawa Humane Society
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The OHS is thrilled to host a one-day specialty workshop on the topic of canine separation anxiety on March 2, 2019 presented by Malena DeMartini, CTC, CDBC, and Casey McGee, CPDT-KA, CTC, CSAT. Do you think treating separation anxiety is a losing endeavor? Think again! Advances in technology, new ways of thinking about client compliance and a structured approach to packaging separation anxiety services have made what once seemed nearly impossible, the successful resolution of even severe separation anxiety cases, quite doable. Many dogs who are surrendered to the OHS have exhibited signs of separation anxiety in their previous homes and continue to do so throughout their stay at the shelter. Separation anxiety is stressful and troublesome for dogs and owners alike. With every heart-wrenching howl, destruction of the home, costly repair, noise complaint and vet bill as a result of an injury from an escape attempt – these are all too familiar scenarios and there are many others. Join us for this important seminar to gain a little momentum toward working with separation anxiety.
Sponsor:Ottawa Humane Society
Speaker(s):Malena DeMartini, CTC, CDBC, and Casey McGee, CPDT-KA, CTC, CSAT.
VenueOttawa Humane Society
245 West Hunt Club Road
Ottaw, ON K2E 1A6