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Working with Aggression in Multi-Dog Households - Webinar

Join Emma-Jane Lee on a comprehensive look at the complexities of aggression in multi-dog households. Emma presents research analysis, case studies and strategies for working with these scenarios in detail. 

What's included?

  • 1 webinar
  • 1 Certification

Why does it happen?

You will learn why incidents of multi-dog aggression happen, with themes based on research and Emma's own analysis of her data

How to resolve the issues

You will also learn how to manage and modify this behaviour with an additional section on pharmacological interventions.

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Meet the instructor

Emma-Jane Lee

Patrick Jones - Course author
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