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Working with Reactive Dogs

This course is for the trainer, behaviourist or keen guardian, who wants to develop their skills of working with or managing reactive dogs.
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What's included?

  • 4 Video Lectures
  • 4 Transcripts 
  • 1 Workbook
  • 1 Certification

Become an Expert in Working with Reactive Dogs

Reactivity is one of the most common behaviours that trainers and behaviourists are presented with but it's not as simple as just one behaviour or one cause. This course will help you breakdown why some dogs react to triggers as they do, and how you can support them.

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You will learn how being a specialist can enhance your business as well as your practice and how to best help your clients and their dogs.

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Meet the instructor

Emma-Jane Lee

Emma-Jane Lee. B.A.(Hons), P.G.C.E. Process Consultancy, IAABC (CSB-D)

Emma-Jane Lee is a teacher, writer, assessment consultant and canine behaviourist based in the UK. She is a trustee in one of France’s largest animal shelters, working on pre-intake, surrenders, in-shelter protocols, bridging contracts and post-adoption support. Her work as a behaviourist is mainly with post-bite referrals and dogs presenting a high level of aggression. 
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