Building owner support behavior programs

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Originally Aired - Wednesday, May 15 8:30 AM - 3:00 PM CT

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Location: 214 A&B

Workshop Details

Title: Building owner support behavior programs


How to Hold Free Public Dog Training Classes: Dog training classes can be expensive, time-intensive, and prohibitive to those in the community who really need them. Leading free group training classes for your community can be easier than you might think. In this session, we will take a look at one specific example of how to go from idea to execution. AND Behavioral Support Before Surrender and After Adoption: Behavior problems are common in both dogs and cats. Many pet owners don't recognize the severity of behavior or know that help is available. Creating a behavior centered program that provides resources and supports pet owners is needed to keep animals out of the shelters but also to provide support post adoption. AND How to Help Adopters Choose a Trainer: The acronym soup of dog training and behavior can be confusing. Learn about legitimate certification programs and how to choose a professional based on the needs of each individual dog. 

Continuing Education Credits

  • AAVSB RACE Approved CE – 5.5 Units
  • Certification Council for Professional Dog Trainers (CCPDT) – 5.5 Units
  • Certified Animal Welfare Administrator – 5.5 Units
  • International Association of Animal Behavior Consultants – 5.5 Units
  • National Animal Care & Control Association – 5.5 Units

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