The Power and Pleasure of Play

Event Date: 
11/04/2017
Location: 
On your computer, anywhere. 8pm to 9.30pm.
Event Type: 
Open to Everyone

Presented by Alasdair Bunyan
 
Play in animals is known to be an indicator of an individual’s welfare, whether this is a cat or a dog, play defines the animals mental state. Although play has been studied in many animals, including felines, canine play continues to be one of the least studied concepts.
 
In order to use play to build a stronger relationship and to help with training a greater awareness of an individual’s specific play styles must be understood.  Alasdair will discuss the importance of play in the welfare environment, play styles, appropriate and inappropriate play and thoughts on motivation and how to use play as reinforcement to both the handlers and dog’s benefit.
 
Price: APBC members £10 Non-members £30
 
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