THIS SEMINAR IS 2 DAYS LONG (1 x 2 DAYS) AND IS AIMED AT PROFESSIONALS WORKING WITH DOGS.
AN INTRODUCTORY 4 DAYS IS AVAILABLE HERE (MAKING 6 DAYS IN TOTAL). PLEASE BOOK BOTH SEMINARS - NOT JUST THESE TWO DAYS.
The event will involve lectures and Q&A.
Overview of the topics this session:
Session for Professionals: Monday 26 & Tuesday 27 July 2021
- Behavioural problems in puppies less than 6 months old.
- How do you organise successful puppy classes?
- Working with separation anxiety in young dogs.
- Detecting early behaviour problems and how to fix them.
- Aggression in puppies - causes and treatment.
- Compulsive behaviour in young dogs - causes and treatment.
- Preparing puppies and owners for maximum success in future training and problem-solving.
Amber Batson graduated as a vet from the Royal Veterinary College, London in 1999. She has always been very interested in animal behaviour and began a number of studies in animal behaviour alongside her medical career within the first year of graduation. Amber has worked with international charities to promote animal welfare, works as a legal expert witness in relation to behaviour and welfare, offers private behaviour consultations and continues to work in first opinion vet practice as well as delivering education in behaviour worldwide. Her goal is to clarify the scientific knowledge of behaviour in a practical way, to ensure up to date science is accessible to all. She hopes to contribute to the prevention of behaviour problems by practical application of this science.
Venue: The seminar will be held online via Zoom. Please ensure you have a full battery/mains charge and a good internet signal. Approximate times: Mondays 10am-5pm, Tuesdays 9am- 4pm.
Not Local? No problem! This course will now be presented online.
Recording: It is intended that the seminar (not discussion) sessions be recorded and provided on a time limited basis to paid attendees ONLY.
Covid-19: The seminars will now be presented online.