Understanding and Dealing with Canine Separation Issues

Dog destroying house due to anxiety when left alone

Understanding and Dealing with Canine Separation Issues

This Canine Behaviour course is suitable for Veterinary surgeons and Nurses, Dog trainers and those working with dogs in a professional capacity. It would also suit those who wish to have a more in-depth knowledge of this complex canine behaviour problem.

Price includes refreshments, buffet lunch, course notes and CPD certificate.

The course is presented by Caroline Clark, a Registered Veterinary Nurse, ABTC Registered Clinical Animal Behaviourist and Full member of the APBC.

Course aims: To provide the learner with a greater understanding of some of the more challenging canine behaviour problems.

In this full day course delegates will look at:

  • Separation Issues
  • True Separation Anxiety
  • Fears and phobias related to separation issues
  • Prevention and treatment strategies
  • Pharmacology
  • Case studies

The seminar is limited to a small number of delegates, allowing for opportunities to discuss individual cases.

Registration is at 9.45am for a 10am start

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Understanding and Dealing with Canine Separation Issues £140

Understanding and Dealing with Canine Separation Issues

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Date

28 Mar 2019

Time

10:00 am - 4:00 pm

Cost

£140

Location

Hull Animal Welfare Trust
Pinfold, South Cave, HU15 2HE
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