Nuisance Barking in Dogs: Welfare Implications of Different Treatment Modalities

May 18, 2016

Date: June 08 - June 08, 2016

Description:

Nuisance Barking in Dogs: Welfare Implications of Different Treatment Modalities Course offered by: Humane Society Veterinary Medical AssociationPresenter(s): SARA BENNETT, DVM, MS, DACVB Registration page URL: http://www.hsvma.org/index.php?option=com_mc&view=mc&mcid=72&eventId=492605&orgId=hsvmaDescription of course content:This presentation will provide you with the information you need to help clients make humane, effective training choices. Starting with a brief overview of the motivations and diagnoses for barking behavior in dogs Dr Bennett will then briefly discuss different types of learning. and the impact on welfare for each will be described.During this webinar you will learn: the different normal and abnormal motivations for barking in dogs the concept of learning theory, and the welfare impact different types of learning and operant quadrants can have on behavior how a variety of commercially-available tools to reduce barking work, and the success and side effects of each tool how to address a problem behavior such as barking, and guidelines on how to choose an appropriate trainer team member and training toolsWho is this course for? Both veterinarians and team members Cost to take the course: Free Number of CE credits offered: 1

Event type: CE Webinar

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Sponsor: Humane Society Veterinary Medical Association

For More Information:Pam Runquist

530-759-8106, prunquist@hsvma.org