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Dog Behaviour Problems
Since behavioural problems are a contributing cause to abandonment, surrendering, and rehoming these animals, it is important to learn how to deal with these issues. With your depth of understanding, you can help to prevent housing challenges that are commonly faced with dogs. You can then begin to look at the other options that are available.
One important takeaway from this program, is that behavioural problems aren’t simply an annoyance. In many cases, they can cause serious injury to people, and with many of these items easily avoided, it is important you take the first steps in solving your problem when dealing with these animals. For those who are focused on continued professional development courses with a focus on the canine, this course counts for 40 hours.
Through the course, students will progress through four different modules. These modules are designed to give participants a deeper understanding of canines and how to handle problems the moment they arise in these dogs.
Module One of this dog behaviour problems course is focused on understanding the behavior of canines. In this course, there is an evaluation of dogs and what their natural behaviour patterns are. This allows you to better judge information and ensure that you have a greater ideal of the importance that surrounds focusing on these animals. In this module, you’ll also take the time to gain a deeper understanding of aggression and the way it impacts canines.
In the second module of this dog behaviour problems course, you’ll begin to explore how dogs learn and think. You’ll find that there are several theories that deal with their learning and development. With this information, you can find a better way to work with them, and avoid the many common problems that are faced.
For the third module, students will look at the first half of the common canine behaviour problems that are dealt with. This includes problems that are major concerns when dealing with dogs. This includes destructive behaviour, jumping problems, endless barking, chasing other animals, trying to escape, begging, separation anxiety, and even recall issues. There are also solutions that are explored for each of these items.
Finally, the fourth module of this dog behaviour problems course continues the look at common canine behaviour problems. In this portion, there is a look at specific issues, based on different situations. This includes dealing with animals that have come from a shelter, been abused, or experienced other concerns that can significantly impact their behaviour.
While you’re working with these animals, it is important that you better understand dog behaviour problems and the surrounding concerns that one must address. You need to have the ability to interpret aggression and understand what triggers unwanted behaviours in these animals. Everyone from dog walkers, to dog owners, kennel staff, veterinarians, and animal welfare officers all must take this information into account. When you do this, you’ll have a chance to better handle these canines when something does happen.
Through the course, students will also look at the behavioural evolution of the dog. This includes understanding domestication, and what implications this has had on our domestic breeds. It also looks at the natural behavioural patterns of different breeds and how these items actually have an influence on those around us.
It is vital that you take the time to learn how to work with dogs, and the things that are necessary for helping them to learn and behave. From simple solutions like positive reinforcement, to dealing with more advanced training techniques such as shock colors, and other tools that can help in the learning and behaviour modification of dogs.
Through these modules, you’ll have everything you need available to you, while being taught by an experienced instructor. This means you can deal with conditioning animals, and desensitizing them to certain environments. At the same time, you’ll explore how to lower stress levels and cut down on the adrenaline and fear they feel. In most cases, this can also help you to reduce the risk of being bit by a canine that has become aggravated due to the situation they are in. You’ll also discover the warning signs that people often ignore when they encounter an aggravated animal attack that puts the dog in a position that they only think the option they have is to bite.
Take the time to enrol in this course today and to ensure that you are prepared for gaining a deeper understanding of canines and how you can work more effectively with them. Behavioural problems are correctable and that means you help to turn the behaviour of an animal around as needed, so you are able to keep these animals free of the pound, or ultimately being put down, due to the aggressive animal laws that are out there.
Course Price: £339
£175 followed by 3 x £70
(Course cost is all inclusive of tutoring fees, assessments, materials and course registration)