!New Course! Dog Breed Specific Behaviour: A Psychological Insight

THE CANINE BEHAVIOURIST BLOG

This is an essential, pro-active course for not only canine practitioners and those passionate about breeds and breed behaviour, but those inspired to address the increasing concerns and threats to our breed’s well-being and future. Challenges include how breeding practices can be improved through requirements, penalties, incentives and/or motivations, and how behavioural tendencies with strong genetic potential (such as aggression) can be altered through experience and early learning … Problem-solving critical questions in a critical time … Click the image below to find out more.

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