Defensive Dog Handling & Dog Psychology Workshop – Sunday July 23rd

Working with dogs can be dangerous. This workshop will give you the tools and skills to keep you and your staff safer when dealing with aggressive and fearful dogs. Please inquire about hosting a workshop at your facility.

2 hour interactive workshop to give you the tools to keep you and your staff safer when dealing with aggressive and fearful dogs. This workshop is great for anyone who works with dogs including: Groomers, Veterinarians, vet assistants, dog boarding facility attendants, shelter staff/ volunteers, owners of challenging dogs or dog enthusiasts of all types. Dog pet owners are more than welcome !! Learn defensive dog handling skills how to break up fights and dog attacks. The psychologybehind why dogs fight and how to properly and safely break it up and avoid a bite!!

Earn credits for your EDC certificate of assessed knowledge on dog behavior, defensive dog handling skills, and the history and evolution of dogs !!
Work on earning a Enlightened Dog handler Certificate of assessed knowledge

Workshop taught by Chris Ashton, 10 years of experience including Dog Trainer & Behavioralist, Animal Behavioralist, Volunteer Ranger for Redlands Police Department assisting Animal Control in the field. Specializing in aggression and fearful cases. Chris is a professional member of the APDT and IAABC, as well as mentor trainer for Animal Behavior College. Active member of San Bernardino County Animal Cruelty Task Force.

At low-cost $25, space limited so sign up soon on website. Must be 18 or older.

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