An introduction to Canine Behavior: Understanding and Dealing with Problems

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About the course

An introduction to Canine Behaviour: Understanding and Dealing with Problems - This course provides the learner with a greater understanding of normal canine behavior, how problems develop and how to prevent and treat a range of common behavior problems.

This Canine Behaviour CPD course is suitable for Veterinary Nurses, Dog trainers and those working with dogs in a professional capacity.

This canine behavior course is presented by Caroline Clark, a Registered Veterinary Nurse, ABTC Registered Clinical Animal Behaviourist and a full member of the APBC.

The course aims: To provide the learner with a greater understanding of normal canine behavior, how problems develop and how to prevent and treat a range of common behavior problems.

In this full-day course delegates will look at:

- Canine ethology
- The latest on Dominance Theory
- Development of common behavior problems
- Safe handling and identifying risks in the workplace
- Prevention of common behavior problems
- Dealing with common behavior problems
- Diet and nutraceuticals
- Case studies

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

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