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Foundation in Canine Aggression

This two hour webinar teaches the basics in understanding aggressive canine behaviours. Ideal for early career professionals or guardians.

What's included?

  • 2 hours expert tuition
  • 1 Certification
  • 1 Video

The more we understand, the more we can change our dogs response

You will learn how to identify and remove stressors, understand body language indicators, learn the feeling behind the behaviour and develop coping strategies to help the dog.

Recognise behaviour as communication

You will also learn how to apply your learning, hear case studies and find out what worked, learn the types of aggression.

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Meet the instructor

Rebecca Hanlon

Rebecca believes that the most important thing is to build a trusting, loving relationship between humans and dogs and that the key to a successful partnership is great communication. ​Rebecca spends many hours studying, attending conferences, workshops and other forms of continued professional development so that she keeps up to date with new scientific methodology and is constantly expanding her knowledge in all things dogs. She lives with her husband and two dogs; Romanian Tri-Paw, Toby, and a Podenco, Harry and is based in Spain. 
Patrick Jones - Course author
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