One of the most pervasive behavior problems we face is dealing with dogs that are afraid. They may be fearful of people, of other dogs, and even of objects. There are several ways we can address these issues – all of them require empathy, compassion, and knowledge. Using video and real life examples, we discuss how to help our fearful friends.
Presentation by: Trish King CPDT-KA, CDBC
Copyright © 2012, Tawzer Dog LLC
Trish King established the Canine Behavior Academy at the Marin Humane Society for new or interested trainers, which covers dog handling, evaluating, learning theory, training techniques and solving problems, as well as teaching people. Several hundred people have attended both levels of the Academy. Trish has taught and continues to teach workshops and seminars on behavior, canine management, temperament assessment, and handling difficult dogs. Trish King’s speaking engagements have included numerous conferences presented by the Association of Pet Dog Trainers, the Humane Society of the United States, and the American Humane Association, as well as California Animal Care Conferences, private training groups, webinars and teleconferences. She has also written a critically acclaimed book for dog owners, Parenting Your Dog (TFH Publications), as well as numerous articles about dog and cat behavior for local and national newspapers and magazines.
This video qualifies for 3 trainer CEUs