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  Title Dog Language & Solving Problem Behaviors in Dogs
  Speaker Roger Abrantes
(Nicole Wilde Alternative Approaches to Healing Canine Health & Behaviour on May 29)
  Date(s) May 29 & 30, 2010
  Location Langley, British Columbia, Canada
  Fee $295.00 Canadian Funds
  CEUs 13 CEU's for Weekend with CCPDT
  Host Organization K9 Connections
  Contact Person Ona Steffensen
  Contact Email
  Contact Phone 604-534-2344

  Description of Seminar/Conference

Dog Language Morning Session, & Solving Problem Behaviors in Dogs—
Sunday, May 30th, 2010

These classic lectures are the most comprehensive introduction into the world of canine communication that you may wish to attend. . All aspects of canine communication are shown by means of slides or film. Aggression, fear, dominance, submission, friendliness, with all their multitude of expressions, are shown and explained in wolves, jackals, foxes, dingos, coyotes and dogs. Understanding canine behavior and communication is the first prerequisite to build up a good and successful relationship with a dog.

Problem Behavior in Dogs (afternoon session) covers the treatment of problem behavior in dogs from common problems like walking the dog and home alone problems to more complicated issues such as aggressive and fearful behavior. This talk targets professionals such as veterinarians, behavior counselors and trainers but is also useful for the dog owner who is interested in understanding how problems develop or how to avoid them.


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