Understanding the role of emotions in dog training and behaviour
25-26.1.2020. Saturday-Sunday 10-16.
A weekend seminar with animal behaviourist Peter Neville and Stella Grgic
From Wolf to Dog…the 5 key emotional, behavioural and nutritional stages of adaptation to life in a new niche for a wolf and the evolution of dogs types and breeds
The development of puppies - the key role of emotions and behavioural inhibition in how they learn
Introduction into the concept of EMRA/ESTA (including an explanation of the rationale, and the differences between EMRA and the traditional ‘diagnostic’ approach to behaviour therapy)
Puppy classes – practical applications
Practical Canine Behaviour Case studies – separation related problems, leash behaviour, food guarding and more.
Professor Peter Neville, UK. Neville has established the first companion animal behaviour referral clinic at a UK Veterinary School at Langford, Bristol in 1990 and has been in practice for the referral of behaviour problems in pets for over thirty years. Founding partner of COAPE (Centre of Applied Pet Ethology).
Stella Grgic, Finland. After graduating as a dog consultant, she began working as an instructor for puppy and various obedience classes, dobo, etc. In September 2017 she graduated with the COAPE Level 4 Diploma in UK, in the Principles of Companion Animal Behaviour and Training. Since then she has worked as a behaviour and training consultant.
Course fee: 90€ (coffee, tea, snack included)
Place: Borgå folkakademi, Runeberginkatu 16-18, Porvoo | Borgå
Deadline for registration: 10.1.2020.
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