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  Title Perception Modification: Teaching your animal to cope
with stressors and manage his emotions
  Speaker Kayce Cover
  Date(s) August 29-30, 2009
  Location Manlius, New York, (near Syracuse)

Fee $250 for two day seminar.
Upon registration for this seminar, present the following code: DSD001 for a special gift.

  CEUs IAABC, pending
Checking into APDT
  Host Organization Cailleach Aussies
  Contact Person Susan Beals
  Contact Email
  Contact Phone 607 423 3752

  Description of Seminar/Conference

Does your pet: Chase cats? Bark excessively? Chase shadows? Chase
his tail? Want to fight with other dogs? Lunge at squirrels? Get tense with children? Struggle with the vet? Hate water? Refuse medication? Avoid being touched? Hate eye contact? Lunge on the lead? or get into trouble due to his emotional responses?

IF SO, this seminar is for you and your pet. You can learn skills to support a lifetime of better coping and behavior, in 2 fast days.

Dogs are welcome on space available basis. All dogs must be handled
by owners, safely, to qualify to attend. This seminar applies to all kinds of animals, and other animals can attend with approval.

At this seminar, pets and owners will learn the art of getting relaxed, getting the relaxation on cue, and maintaining that relaxation, regardless of challenge, distraction, temptation, stress and time.

Together, we'll cover how to help your pet learn to manage his own
emotions, cope with stressors, and make life-saving decisions. These
new relaxation and coping skills are then applied, in the seminar, to help animals cope with situations they find difficult, like grooming, nail clipping, dog arousal, aggression, predatory drives and more.


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