Title: Fundamentals of Animal Learning
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One of the most serious and difficult problems faced by cat owners is fighting among the animals. In some cases, it is aggression directed at non-family neighbor cats. In other cases it is fighting between family cats. In a few cases it may be both. In this two-session webinar, we will examine the causes of such aggression and how to identify them. We’ll also discuss risk assessment, environmental management of aggression problems, as well as behavior modification techniques for resolving them. This class will be valuable for any animal professional who deals with aggressive problems with cats including veterinarians, veterinary technicians and other veterinary staff members, behavior consultants, shelter and rescue workers, groomers, pet sitters and boarding facility workers. Each sessions lasts approximately 1 1/4 hours. The course comes with class notes and recommended readings. This course has been approved for 2.5 CEU hours from CCPDT and CACVT.
Sponsor: Behavior Education Network
Speaker(s): Suzanne Hetts, Ph.D., CAAB, CVJ and Daniel Estep, Ph.D., CAAB