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Fear
in Dogs

2. 05. @ 9:30 - 3. 05. @ 17:00

Fear
in Dogs

and why they just can’t ‘get over it

Fear is an underlying emotion to many of the less desirable behaviours we see from our canine teachers. Less desirable for us but undeniably distressing and unhealthy for our dogs. We will be looking at neurological and physiological effects of fear and the causes of these reactions and core associated emotions. We will also be looking at body language and the importance of this when working with a fearful dog. Together we will explore strategies to help our dogs to overcome or reduce their fearful responses.

Dale McLelland:
Dale is a Qualified Behaviourist and Trainer based in South West Scotland, UK. Her business, Being Canine, not only provides support to dogs and their guardians in relation to behavioural issues but also popular home boarding and daycare services. She works closely with local Veterinary Surgeons and other Professionals, specialising in more complex cases, leading to a wide variety of interesting and challenging case histories. Previous roles in Change Management within the NHS have provided Dale with a skill set in relation to supporting people to embrace and sustain change, in addition to applying proven methodologies in Transformational change. Dale is a Tutor with The ISCP (leading ISCP Scotland) and a Committee Member of The Association of INTODogs (leading INTODogs Scotland), she hosts practical and theory events for Students and Graduates and presents at several events.

Janice MacLeod: Veterinary Nurse
We are very fortunate and very excited to be able to welcome Janice Macleod, Qualified Veterinary Nurse, to talk about the difficulties faced when trying to distinguish between fear and pain as a driver of behaviour. With the main focus on devising strategies to reduce fear and stress in animals during a consultation, Janice will be sharing her very own story of her journey with Freya, from frightened rescue dog to flourishing individual.

Termin

02.05. & 03.05.2020

Zeit

from 09:30 to 17:00

Teilnehmer

Max. 30 People

For more Information please contact us: office@iscpaustria.eu

We ask for your understanding that dogs are not allowed in this seminar.

Info
Der Vortrag wird in englischer Sprache gehalten! This seminar will be held in english.

Kosten I
SCP Students – free participation

ISCP CPD

€ 170,-

Fear in Dogs 2.5. – 3.5. – ISCP CPD

Fear is an underlying emotion to many of the less desirable behaviours we see from our canine teachers.

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Others

€ 225,-

Fear in Dogs 2.5. – 3.5.

Fear is an underlying emotion to many of the less desirable behaviours we see from our canine teachers.

 225,00

Nur mehr verfügbar!

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Details

Beginn:
2. 05. @ 9:30
Ende:
3. 05. @ 17:00
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