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Reactive Dog Seminar with Amber Batson

"What's up Dog? - a practical look inside our reactive pet's head and what we can do about it"

Saturday 8th April 2017

Price: £50, £45 LAA members  

When: Arrive 9.45 for a 10 am start, finish around  4.30 pm.

Where: 4 Paws, Grittenham near Royal Wootton Bassett

This one day seminar is aimed at both pet owners and those working with dogs professionally.  Presented by Amber Batson, a vet and behaviourist, the day will include a look at basic brain anatomy and physiology with the main emphasis on why understanding structural elements of reactivity is essential to any retraining.

 

There will be a detailed look at how sleep and play affect dog reactivity and how these can be used as 'therapy' when we use a multifaceted approach to help improve reactive dog issues.

 

The day will also include trouble shooting: a look at the most common mistakes made when attempting to fix reactive behaviour problems and how to avoid them by applying practical scientific knowledge to get better results.

To book: Pay by PayPal using the links below or send a cheque, payable to ‘Learning About Animals’, to: Suzanne Rogers, 6 Fern Cottages, Dorking Road, Abinger Hammer, Dorking, Surrey, RH5 6SA. E-mail: Suzanne@learningaboutanimals.co.uk

 

Please let me know at time of booking if you require a certificate of attendance of the course for your records. If you are a member of the IAABC you will likely get CPD points for this event (subject to confirmation).

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The speaker: Amber qualified as a vet from the Royal Veterinary College, London in 1999.  With a strong interest in behaviour she began undertaking additional behaviour and welfare qualifications the following year and has been undertaking private behaviour consultations and teaching since the early 2000's.

Amber has worked in veterinary practice since qualifying and has also undertaken regular work with welfare organisations including as an expert legal witness in courts of law.

Amber believes passionately that animal welfare benefits from increased education and aims to help provide this by offering scientifically up to date information in an easy to understand, practical format suitable for pet owners and animal professionals alike.

“I don’t look like a reactive dog but you should see what I do if I come across another dog when I’m on a walk!”

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