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Course – Reducing Stress in the domestic dog
This mini course looks at the causes and effects of stress, how to spot stress, and the environmental changes to reduce stress in dogs.
This course is presented by Daniel Shaw ACDBC. Daniel runs a dog behaviour consulting business in the Southeast of England called Animal Behaviour Kent. He trained with the Natural Animal Centre, is an associate certified dog behaviour consultant with the IAABC, a student member of the APBC, and is in the final year of his undergraduate degree with London South Bank University.
This course is broken down into three parts covering:
- What is stress?
- How to identify stress in dogs.
- Resolving stress in dogs.
This section covers the definition of stress, and the physiological and psychological changes we see during stress.
This section examines how we identify stress in a dog, covering some common signs of stress and important rule outs.
This section looks out the canine ethogram, and how these needs can be met in order to reduce stress.
You will gain 2 CPD points and a certificate on completion of this course.