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  Title Dog-Dog Group Dynamics, Healthy Interaction vs. Aggression
  Speaker Sue Sternberg
  Date(s) August 8th and 9th, 2015
  Location Addison, TX (Dallas area)

Before July 17th: Individual $165 / both days ($85 for single day) -
After July 17th: Individual: $185 / both days ($95 for single day) -
Discounted group rates available
Groups of 3-4 $145; Groups of 5 or more $125 (rates are per person & include both days)

  CEUs 6.5 CEU's per day, 13 total for both CCPDT and IAABC
  Host Organization All FUR Fun Training and Event Center
  Contact Person Arie Kopelman
  Contact Email
  Contact Phone 917-699-6440  

  Description of Seminar/Conference

Aug 8th 9am - 12:15pm / Dog-Dog Behavior: Group Dynamics - Adults & Puppies.

August 8th 1:30pm - 5:00pm / Assessing for Dog-Dog Aggression: Arousal, Aggression & Compatibility.

August 9th 9:00am - 12:5pm and 1:30pm - 3:00pm - Dog Parks & Doggie Day Care: Shelter Groupings &

Multi-Dog Households. August 9th 3:30pm - 5:00pm / Behavior Management for Dog-Dog Aggression.


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