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  Title Separation Anxiety in Dogs - Assessment, Types and Treatment
  Speaker Scott Sheaffer, CDBC, CPDT-KA
  Date(s) April 22, 2017
  Location Dallas, Texas
  Fee Early-bird special of $64 per person if you register before April 3; $74 per person after that date. For group pricing (e.g., rescue organizations, training organizations, veterinarian practices, etc.) or if you have questions, contact us at or call us at 214-914-3282.
  CEUs CCPDT-5.0, IAABC-5.0
  Host Organization USA Dog Behavior, LLC
  Contact Person Barbara Sheaffer
  Contact Email
  Contact Phone 214-914-3282

  Description of Seminar/Conference

A Dallas, Texas canine separation anxiety seminar for dog owners, dog trainers, rescue organizations and veterinarian practices led by dog behavior specialist Scott Sheaffer, CDBC, CPDT-KA.

In this 5-hour classroom course, Scott Sheaffer will lead you through the following topics to provide techniques to manage and address separation anxiety:

  • What are the different types of canine separation anxiety and how are they determined?
  • Realistic prognosis expectations and timeframes
  • Management
  • Treatment options and techniques
  • Role of medication in treating separation anxiety

Who should attend? Dog Owners, Dog Trainers, Rescue Organizations and Veterinarian Practice Employees

Please do not bring dogs to this event.


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