Understanding and Treating Dogs with Aggression

Provided by The College of Animal Welfare

  • Speciality Behaviour, Client Care
  • Course type Attended
  • Job Role/Target Audience Student
  • Skill level Introduction
  • CPD Hours 6
  • Price £99 (Early bird when booking up until 6 months in

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About the course

Aggression issues have been the most common behavioural problem in dogs that course lecturer, Sara Whittaker, has seen present to her clinic over the last 15 years. Aggression can be a wide ranging and multi-factorial problem, often with a number of causes and potential solutions. During this one day course we will look at some of the underlying reasons why dogs can become aggressive, along with solutions that often open up once the problem is correctly understood. Real life case histories will be used to demonstrate and deepen your understanding.  


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06 Oct 2017 The College of Animal Welfare Book now

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