Title: Dog Behavior Problems 107
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Dog Behavior Problems 107 provides information on the most common problem behaviors that dogs exhibit and that behavior technologists are called on to resolve. These include aggressive behaviors, separation distress behaviors, barking, digging, undesirable attention seeking, feces eating, voiding in the house and jumping up. These problem behaviors are not treated by labeling or categorizing but rather behaviorologically by describing the specific behaviors in specific cases and analyzing the contingencies that they are components of.
Sponsor: Companion Animal Sciences Institute
Speaker(s): **James O'Heare