Aggression in Dogs
Presented by: Brenda Aloff
DVD- 3 disc set
Classification, Prevention, Diagnosis and Treatment
No matter what your involvement with dogs, it is almost certain that at some point you will have to deal with the issue of aggression. Should you work with it? Can it even be worked with? What about issues of safety? These are a few of the questions that Brenda Aloff addresses. Topics include: legal aspects of working with aggression, influencing factors and causation, classification of aggression, dealing with aggression in a group setting, working with owners of aggressive dogs, problem prevention and when and why to work with an aggressive dog. Modifying aggression related behavior problems.
The "fix" protocols for working with aggression
Focus is on the specifics of how to work with aggression. Through both discussion and live demonstrations, Brenda details behavior modification protocols that are field-proven to address problems such as resource guarding, touch sensitivity, leash aggression, fearful behavior, dog-dog issues and more.
|Type||DVD universal format|
|Run Time||4 hrs 30 mins|
|Publisher||Tawzer Dog LLC|
|Copyright||© 2003, Tawzer Dog LLC|
|About The Presenter (BIO)||
Brenda Aloff is a professional dog trainer specializing in problem behavior of canines. A large portion of her practice consists of dogs that are referred when traditional training techniques have been exhausted or failed. Brenda redirected her childhood love of training and showing horses to canine behavioral counseling and training. Her research of alternative training techniques, based on marine mammal and exotic animal training absolutely fascinated her with the learning theory.
Besides in home consultation, Brenda's "Heaven On Arf Behavior & Training Center" offers group lessons for Puppy Socialization, Basic Obedience through Advanced Obedience for pets, Competition Classes, Re-socialization (dogs with aggression issues group class) Field and Tracking classes, Back Packing, and Agility classes. The center is also used to provide private lessons for pet or competition training and behavior consultations that do not need to take place in home.
Ms. Aloff has written several manuscripts on dog training and behavior, articles for magazines, participated in local radio programs, produced a canine television program and currently serves as a consultant in canine behavior for local media sources. She is a member of APDT (Association of Pet Dog Trainers), NADOI (National Association of Dog Obedience Instructors) FTN (Fox Terrier Network), Michigan Purebred Dog Rescue and several other breed and training organizations. Ms. Aloff presents clinics for dog trainers and pet owners. Visit Brenda's website at www.brendaaloff.com