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  Title Aggression in Dogs: Safety, Defensive Handling, and Training
  Speaker Michael Shikashio and Trish Loehr
  Date(s) October 14 and 15, 2017
  Location Sequim, WA
  Fee $275 (discount available for groups of 4 or more, and for Veterinary, Animal Control, Shelter, or Rescue personnel)
  Host Organization Northwest Noseworks
  Contact Person Miriam Rose
  Contact Email
  Contact Phone 360-681-8989

  Description of Seminar/Conference

If you are currently working with aggressive dogs or have an interest in learning more about how to work safely with them,don't miss the chance to learn from internationally known experts in the field.

During this event, you will learn what is needed before working with aggressive dogs, share hands-on experience with defensive handling and leash skills, and show videos of behavior modification in aggression cases. Add to your behavior modification toolbox for aggressive dogs while learning how to keep safe in your work.

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