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Modifying Adolescent Behavior

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Trish King - filmed 2004 - this DVD qualifies for 2 trainer CCPDT CEUs

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Modifying Adolescent Behavior

Presented by: Patricia King


A dog leaves puppyhood and enters adolescence at about the age of 5 months and does not leave it until 2 or 3 years. The most challenging ages is usually between 8 and 18 months. Some dogs pass through this phase with little trouble, but most drive their owners crazy. During this phase, it can be hard for owners to see the light at the end of of the tunnel. Many small behavior problems can become large ones. Dogs learn to repeat behaviors that are successful including bullying, fearful, snapping, escaping and mouthing, to name a few until they become perfect. In this session learn to recognize potential problem behaviors and problem dogs. Also discussed is prevention, intervention, and modification methods used for this group. 


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Type DVD universal format
Run Time 1 hr 43 mins
Presenter Trish King
Publisher Tawzer Dog LLC
Copyright © 2004, Tawzer Dog LLC
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About The Presenter (BIO)

Trish is a nationally recognized dog behavior and training expert. Her home is currently filled with two dogs: Strider, a formerly stray German Shepherd and Luke, a Bull Terrier Mix. Trish has extensively studied, taught, and written about dogs. She has been at MHS since 1994 and established the Canine Behavior Academy (formerly CITA) program. She is a Certified Pet Dog Trainer (CPDT) and a Certified Dog Behavior Counselor (CDBC). In September 2004, Trish’s book Parenting Your Dog was published to wide acclaim.

Trish frequently teaches workshops and seminars on dog behavior, canine management, behavior assessment and handling difficult dogs. She is also an instructor for the Officer Training Academy at MHS and was a member of the panel that developed the Delta Society’s Professional Standards for Dog Trainers: Effective, Humane Principles. She has spoken at several national conferences, including APDT, HSUS and AHA.

Trish says she is “eternally fascinated by canine communication and human interactions with animals.” And people and their animal companions are the better for it.

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