Aligning your love for dog training with a practical plan to make your Separation Anxiety business profitable can be a big challenge, both from a monetary and self care perspective.
In this webinar, we discuss practical and doable ideas that can be easy to follow in the long term, and that can be the key to succeeding when taking Separation Anxiety cases.
Separation anxiety cases can be challenging, especially if you are the only support for your clients. The good news is a collaborative approach between veterinarians, behavior consultants, and clients can decrease burnout and improve success. Join Dr. E’lise Christensen on this 90min online webinar on Wednesday, March the 9th at 7pm EST to learn more about medications for separation anxiety and best practices for interacting with veterinary professionals to improve case outcomes. Recording will also be available to watch on demand.
Noise sensitivity is a common problem in dogs, and one that can be highly correlated to separation anxiety and generalized anxiety. On this webinar we discuss its training and the importance of ruling out other issues.
The current “pet” standard concept seen in our modern world is only exclusive to dogs living in developed nations, and it is a recent one compare to the years of symbiotic evolution of humans and dogs. Due to this, pet behavior problems have rapidly increased in recent years. Join Kim Brophey, CDBC, CPDT-KA, FDM in this 90min webinar to take an integrative look to dogs, understand what’s happening to them, and how we can offer meaningful help to improve their quality of life in our current society.
Separation Anxiety is a highly prevalent disorder. However, there can be many Separation Related Behaviors that could be causing the signs that you are seeing.
On this webinar we will discuss how to find out when a dog is adapting to a new environment, but isn’t suffering from Separation Anxiety, and we will review a case study as an example on how to successfully navigate this situation.