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Make your practice behaviourally aware: canine separation related conditions
South Hill Park, Bracknell, Berks
Speakers: Claire Hargrave BSc (Hons), MSc, PGCE, C Sci, C CHem, MRSC, CCAB & Francesca Riccomini BSc (Hons), BVetMed, CCAB, MRCVS, DipAS (CABC)
Unraveling the evidence of problem behaviour that occurs when dogs are left alone can be tricky. Exactly what does the house soiling, destruction or vocalization when owners are out mean? This course aims to help reduce the challenge of these troublesome cases for busy general practice staff by examining the various categories into which problems of this nature are likely to fall, highlighting the emotional states underlying them, discussing ‘first aid’ measures and what needs to be done in the longer term.
One of a series of six events throughout 2012. Fees: £85 for single booking, or £75 for multiple events.
A webinar to complement this event is being finalised. Check back here soon for full details.
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