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Beyond the Bite: Crucial Consulting Skills for Working Aggression Cases
Aggression cases often pose unique challenges for behavior consultants due to their gravity and the emotional impact of dog bites on clients. Effective client counseling skills are critical to facilitating behavioral change in aggression cases. Consultants must establish strong, positive helping alliances with their clients while maintaining professional boundaries. This webinar is designed to assist behavior consultants in understanding the emotional issues unique to dog bite cases, provide tools for enhancing basic counseling skills, and identify ways to set and maintain professional boundaries.
Dog to Cat Aggression
When dogs and cats are not getting along in the home, everyone suffers – especially the cat. Unfortunately, despite the best of intentions, such cases are often not truly addressed, or, are even handled incorrectly. This webinar will provide behavior consultants with helpful information, strategies, and effective game plans that can help improve the lives of everyone involved.
Recognizing pain in dogs
Aggression and other negative canine behaviors are often assumed to be "behavioral." In reality, many behaviors may be pain related. Failure to address the pain will continue to lead to additional negative behaviors. This webinar will assist the trainer/owner in identifying pain, its ramifications on a dog's movement and behavior, and how to address them.
Livestock guardian dogs - What you need to know for your aggression cases
Livestock Guardian Dog (LGD) numbers in rescue, shelters and sanctuaries are increasing. Euthanasia is often the end result, with the most common reason given, as aggression. With a better understanding of the characteristics and needs of these breeds, we can reduce this dire trend. As animal handlers, trainers, carers and clinicians we can learn to work safely and successfully with these breeds and offer better education for their owners or prospective owners.
keeping it simple in aggression cases
This webinar will teach you how to streamline your current processes and behavior modification plans. Using a systematic approach and focusing on the most crucial components of working an aggression case will benefit you and your clients by saving time, effort, and resources.
precursors for aggression
This webinar discusses the precursors for aggressive behavior and the typical...and not so typical situations that precipitate a dog bite.
prognosis and realistic goal setting in aggression cases
Setting realistic goals for clients in aggression cases is crucial for success and avoiding burnout. This webinar will demonstrate how to use an objective approach by evaluating eighteen key factors to set realistic expectations for clients.
the forgotten art of leash handling - keeping yourself and others safe
This webinar includes a variety of leash handling principles including leash locks, leash grips, leash mechanics, leash harnesses, leash muzzles, and emergency leash techniques, as well as a number of equipment setups that can be incorporated into your work in aggression cases to maximize safety.
Basics of canine nutrition
A comprehensive course providing evidence-based science about all of the essential nutrient needs of the domestic dog offered by the amazing Linda Case M.S. Perfect for dog care professionals and trainers!
Emergency Defensive Dog Handling
A free webinar for to learn what to do in emergency scenarios such as off-leash dogs attacking your on-leash dog or breaking up dog fights!
Coping & Self-Care in the covid-19 crisis
Dr. Melanie Cerone, licensed psychologist and behavior consultant presents this FREE webinar where she shares evidence-based strategies for coping with stress and caring for your mental health during the COVID-19 crisis.
Remote consultations for aggression cases
Michael Shikashio CDBC presents this FREE webinar on everything you need to know to work aggression cases all online and remotely. The information covered applies to other types of behavior and training cases as well!