Title: Shelter animals: finding out who they are; giving them what they need, and staying safe.
When: 10/26/2013 at 08:00 to 10/27/2013 at 17:00
Where: Clackamas Community Club
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This two day seminar is an in-depth look at shelter animals: assessing who they are, determining their needs for maintaining behavioral health, and keeping yourself safe in the process. As shelters everywhere work to save more lives, an understanding of the animals in our care is more critical than ever. Every bit of information learned about each animal will help us to provide an enriched environment that meets their needs as well as match adopters to the best of our ability. Topics include: Canine Behavior Assessments Recognizing and Reducing Stress Enrichment Programs Training Programs Solving Common Behavior Problems to Prevent Surrenders Behavior Modification in the Shelter The Importance of Getting a Good History — Surrender Profiles Safe Animal Handling Reading Canine and Feline Body Language
Sponsor: Clackamas Dogs Foundation
Speaker(s): **Kelley Bollen, MS, CABC