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Dog Behavior - An Interactive Seminar

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Boise State University: Student Union Building

1700 W University Dr

Boise, ID 83725

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Dog Behavior – An Interactive Seminar

Dr. Chris Pachel, DVM, DACVB, CABC


Boise State University - Hatch Ballroom

Upstairs - Student Union Building

Parking Lincoln Parking Garage $2.25/Day for attendees

June 22-23, 2019 (Sat-Sun) 9:00AM – 4:30PM

Bagels and coffee/tea served each morning

Attendees responsible for their lunch (options available at venue)

Cost Per Person:

$150 (Early Bird Special - Registered by March 1)

$200 (Registering after March 1)

$75 MCR Volunteers – please register at the shelter


If you have interest in dog behavior, join us as we uncover the multiple factors influencing our dogs’ behavior:

  • Critical socialization windows for puppies (it may not be when you think!)

  • Brain development in adolescent dogs (teenage impulsiveness is totally a real thing)

  • Medical issues that masquerade as behavioral issues

  • Fear - aggression, and MUCH more!

During this interactive two-day seminar, you’ll decode complex dog behavior issues with Board Certified Veterinary Behaviorist Dr. Chris Pachel, DVM, DACVB, CABC, and learn practical, effective techniques to use when working with dogs displaying fear, anxiety, or aggression. Hear case studies, participate in round table discussions, and learn from a nationally recognized expert about the physical, physiological, and environmental influences on dog behavior, from puppyhood through senior dogs (and everything in between!).


Suitable for: dog trainers, behavior consultants, veterinary professionals, shelter/rescue workers/volunteers, and students of animal behavior!

CEUs available: CCPDT and IAABC have approved this event for 12 credits for behavior consultants.


Agenda

Day 1: From Puppy Breath to Grey Muzzles

Windows of Opportunity: Canine socialization

Adolescent Behavior, Part 1: Physiological development of ‘canine teenagers’

Adolescent Behavior, Part 2: Interventions and methods for adolescent dogs

Grey Muzzles: Age-related changes in behavior in senior dogs


Day 2: From Theory to Practice

Do you see what I see: Medical issues that present as ‘bad’ behavior

Impact of fear & anxiety on learning

Desensitization & Counterconditioning: The details make the difference

The impact of family dynamics on behavior assessment & intervention

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