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All dogs want to keep access to people, places, and things they love. Experienced professional dog trainer Diane Garrod shares step-by-step approaches to working with resource guarding. Resource guarding is common issue in companion dog households, and it is also totally normal. Keeping access to resources is a great survival strategy - there’s nothing wrong with dogs wanting to keep what they like: food, their people, or locations and even doggy friends. The problem a matter of degree, for example when dogs bite or threaten with aggression to keep those resources. How often dogs have to practice resource guarding influences how volatile it becomes. How often they are challenged for resources equals how hard they have to fight to keep them. In this recording of a live webinar, Diane Garrod shared clear some step-by-step approaches to working with resource guarding. While it can be challenging process, in some ways, resource guarding can be the easiest kind of aggression to address, and can be highly rewarding for everyone.
Speaker(s):**Diane Garrod PCT-A, BScj, FF1, CC1
Contact: Grisha Stewart