Fear, Anxiety & Aggression Webinar | Pre-Recorded




Pre-Recorded Webinar: Aggression, Fear & Anxiety: An Introduction | 1.25 Hours

Who: You!

When: This is a recording of a previously held webinar. You’ll register for the webinar “class” and then receive the link once you’ve completed the process).

What: Is your dog anxious? Are they generally nervous, fearful or aggressive? Afraid of noises, new people, new dogs, the vacuum cleaner, insert-trigger-here? Do they resort to “fighting or fleeing” too often? Do you want to help them boost their confidence and be happier in general? Then this webinar is for you!

Expect to learn:

  • Influential factors of aggression, anxiety and fear-based behaviors, including: brain development, breed, age, temperament, health and socialization
  • Key behavior and learning theory concepts, including: how dogs learn, early signs and taking a history
  • Prevention and management, including body language, de-stressing, calmnatives/medications, exercise and what to do when things go south
  • Working your dog, a general overview*: counter-conditioning, how to influence behavior, working to reverse “flight or fight” responses, reduce anxiety and build confidence.

You’ll also get access to PDF materials as they pertain to the webinar.

Where: Online! You’ll need a computer, tablet or smart phone with a current operating system and high-speed internet.

Why: For many years our clients have been asking for us to teach more behavior seminars and classes. We’ve done this as a seminar in person, but now we want to make the content more accessible and convenient.

*This webinar will provide the foundational knowledge you’ll need to have to participate in future behavior-specific webinars, where we’ll delve deeper into how to work on specific issues including: dogs fighting in the household and dog-dog aggression; human fear and aggression; phobias related to noises, objects, cars, crates etc. and barking. Let us know if you’re interested in learning more once you’ve watched this webinar.

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