Helping Fearful Dogs-Bow NH

Join Debbie Jacobs CPDT-KA, CAP2 in Bow New Hampshire on November 11, 2012 and learn about the most effective and humane ways to work with fearful, shy, anxious and aggressive dogs. Pet owners, trainers, shelter and vet staff, foster care providers will gain valuable information to improve their fearful dog handling skills.

Reserve now to avoid missing out on the opportunity to learn how to help special needs dogs.

The morning session will include:

  • Why dogs are afraid
  • What fear/stress looks like
  • How to interact with feral or unsocialized dogs
  • How to work with fear based behaviors
  • The use of play in the rehabilitation of fearful dogs
  • Understanding the effects of reinforcement & punishment on fearful dogs
  • What is learned helplessness?
  • Myth of reinforcing fear
  • Equipment
  • Medication
  • Useful techniques & protocols for handling & training fearful dogs

Please leave your fearful dog at home! Demo dogs will be screened prior to the presentation to determine if they are appropriate (will be comfortable) for this setting. The methods and skills you learn here today are transferable to the dogs in your home or shelter.

3.5 CEUs are available for CPDTs.

Sponsored by No Monkey Business Dog Training.

Term & conditions, fine print, directions & more details can be found here. Please have a look.

Fee: $100

You can reserve space at this event by sending a check made out to Green River Dog Care & Cafe and mail to 2458 River Road, Guilford VT 05301. Please use the contact form below to let us know your check is on its way. Or use a credit card and pay via Paypal.

Discounts are available for groups who register in advance. If you have a group of 7 or more contact us for fees.

Please contact us for information regarding space availability at this event.

Bow Seminar