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Event


Title: Separation anxiety and Dog Dog play

When: 05/17/2014 at 09:00 to 05/17/2014 at 17:00

Where: Friends For Life Dog Training LLC

CEUs


CPDT-KA:6.5CBCC-KA:0
CPDT-KSA Knowledge:6.5CBCC-KSA Knowledge:0
CPDT-KSA Skills:0CBCC-KSA Skills:0

Description


Separation anxiety is a challenging problem for dogs, owners, and sometimes even for trainers. It may not be life-threatening, but it can certainly be lifestyle-threatening. In extreme cases, separation anxiety can even cost a dog his home. Get the best and latest cutting edge advice from the author of Don’t Leave Me! Step-by-Step Help for Your Dog’s Separation Anxiety, the award-winning book on the subject! Dog-dog play may seem a lighter topic, but it is crucial to understand the subtleties of play in order to prevent aggressive incidents and to keep dogs healthy both physically and psychologically. Both segments of this full-day seminar are packed full of invaluable information that will be applicable whether you are an owner, trainer, rescue/shelter worker, or other canine professional or enthusiast. Separation Anxiety: Both Sides Now (Morning) Many owners become frustrated and overwhelmed living with a dog with separation anxiety, and some even give up. While most trainers are aware of standard protocols and approaches, some dogs just haven’t read the game plans, and outside-the-box solutions are needed. Living with Sierra, a shelter dog who came with a deeply entrenched case of separation anxiety, has given Nicole an insider’s perspective on separation issues and has emphasized the fact that a cookie-cutter approach does not work for every dog. Nicole’s twenty years of experience as a canine behavior specialist, along with her newfound empathy for owners, allowed her to develop outside-the-box, creative ways to address separation problems and to support owners. This presentation includes lecture and video. Topics include: - How to accurately diagnose a separation issue, and how to differentiate separation anxiety from isolation distress - Root causes, and how owners can have an influence for better or worse - Creative management options, including what to do in an emergency -

Sponsor: Friends For Life Dog Training LLC

Speaker(s): Nicole Wilde CPDT(KA)


Contact: Dennis Fehling
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 Phone: 541-350-2869
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Venue


Friends For Life Dog Training LLC
2121 SW Deerhound Ave suite 108

Redmond , Oregon 97756
United States
www.friendsforlifedogtraining.com