Dealing with Canine Fear, Frustration and Aggression

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About the course

This course is suitable for both vets and nurses. It explores the development, prevention and treatment of canine aggression. Being one of the most common behaviour cases presented this course will help learners provide up to date advice to owners.

In this full day course delegates will explore:

  • Canine communication methods
  • The development of aggression and the part that fear and frustration play
  • Safe handling and identifying risks in the practice
  • Prevention and treatment strategies
  • First aid advice for the owner
  • Case studies will provide an opportunity to discuss real-life cases

The course is presented by Caroline Clark from Pet Education and Training.

Caroline is a RVN and full member of the APBC. She is an ABTC Registered Clinical Animal Behaviour Counsellor and holds a professional teaching qualification. Caroline has been running a busy referral practice for over 11 years. Caroline lectures widely on animal behaviour related topics and contributes to peer reviewed veterinary journals.

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