When: 04/24/2021 8:00am to 04/25/2021 1:30pm
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* Courses approved for CBCC-KA CEUs may be applied to a CPDT-KA recertification. Courses approved for CPDT-KA may not be applied to a CBCC-KA recertification.
Anxiety is a normal behavior that occurs in most animals, however it becomes problematic, especially among companion dogs, when it escalates to harmful degrees of severity, intensity, or frequency. Understanding anxiety can be very confusing and overwhelming. It looks like fear or stress, but there are differences. It occurs in this situation but not that. Your vet says this, your trainer says that. A Google search results in conflicting information like: comforting anxiety makes it better, comforting anxiety makes it worse, anxious dogs are not being vindictive, problem dogs need discipline. Your neighbor wants you to try this oil, your coworker gives you that blog, and on and on. It can be enough to drive anyone crazy – which is why this event was created. Join three different behavior professionals who regularly and successfully work with dog anxiety for two informative days. They will teach you to better understand anxiety as a whole, learn how it develops, and discover ways to help dogs finally get some relief. From dog lover to dog professional, this event is appropriate for all audiences.
Speaker(s):Katenna Jones, ACAAB, CCBC, CDBC, CPDT-KA, Moira Hechenleitner, DVM, CSAT and Erika Lessa, dip. CBST