Canine Behavior: Fear, Frustration & Aggression

Provided by

About the course

This course provides the learner with a greater understanding of canine behavior and how fear and aggression can develop. Methods of prevention and strategies for treatment are covered.

This canine behavior CPD course is suitable for Veterinary surgeons and Nurses, dog trainers and those working with dogs in a professional capacity.

The course will be led by Caroline Clark. Caroline has a professional teaching qualification and is an A.B.T.C. Registered Clinical Animal Behaviour Counsellor and a full member of the Association of Pet Behaviour Counsellors (APBC). She is a fully qualified Registered Veterinary Nurse with over 30 years’ experience in Veterinary practice. Caroline currently runs a busy behavior practice, providing help for animals with a range of behavior problems. She writes articles for veterinary journals and has provided professional advice for TV documentaries.

The course aims: To provide the learner with a greater understanding of canine behavior and how fear and aggression can develop. Methods of prevention and strategies for treatment are covered.

In this full-day course delegates will look at:

- Canine communication methods
- Ladder of aggression
- Development of common behavior problems related to fear and     aggression
- Safe handling and identifying risks
- Prevention and treatment strategies
- Pharmacology & Nutraceuticals
- Interactive case studies & discussion

Course fees include all refreshments, lunch, course notes and CPD certificate.

Related article

Adam Bernstein explains why CPD is so important and explores the various ways vets and vet nurses can maintain and develop their knowledge and skills.