Understanding and Managing Canine Separation Issues
This Canine Behaviour seminar is suitable for those working with dogs in a professional capacity but may also suit owners of dogs suffering from this problem who wish to have a more in-depth knowledge of this complex canine behaviour problem.
Price includes light refreshments, course notes and CPD certificate.
Please bring a packed lunch to this event.
The course is presented by Caroline Clark, an ABTC Registered Clinical Animal Behaviourist, Full member of the Association of Pet Behaviour Counsellors and a Registered Veterinary Nurse.
Course aims: To provide the learner with a greater understanding of this 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
- Modification of the diet and supplements
- Case studies
The seminar is limited to a small number of delegates, allowing for opportunities to discuss individual cases. But please note that I cannot provide individual behaviour modification plans. If your dog suffers from this problem, this seminar may be a good starting point but cannot substitute private behaviour counselling.
Registered Veterinary Nurse, Teacher, Animal Behaviourist
Caroline has over 30 years’ experience working within the animal industry. She is a qualified registered veterinary nurse and has a professional teaching qualification. Caroline’s teaching experience is varied, having taught students from level one through to graduates on degree courses. During her career she has worked for a number of colleges and was with the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons as an external verifier ensuring standards were met on the Veterinary Nursing programme.
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