Aggression in Dogs

5/21/2017 @ 10:00 AM at Rindge Recreation Department with Denise Mazzola & Amy Willey | Map
Please note that this seminar is for people only. Kindly leave your dog at home.

Aggression in dogs is a difficult and emotional subject. Most families who find themselves dealing with aggression in their pet did not intentionally bring this issue into their home. Most people wanted a companion for their kids, a dog they could take places, and a dog who would joyfully greet family, friends and other dogs. Sadly, many trainers report their cases of aggression growing, and many families are struggling with how to best work with and make decisions about life with their aggressive pet.

In this seminar we will discuss the different types of aggression, underlying causes, muzzles, the bite scale, management techniques, the commonly stated myth that an animal's behavior is 100% determined by how it is raised, and steps that may help you best decide if this pet is right for your family.

Whether your pet has bitten/attacked another dog or a person, or your dog demonstrates behavior that makes you fearful that an attack could happen, this seminar is designed for you. If your pet's aggressive displays are specific to being leashed, please take a look at the Solutions for Reactive Dogs seminar description to decide which seminar will best benefit you. Please feel free to contact Amy at 603-499-6208 if you are unsure which seminar to attend.

If you are struggling with aggression, we hope you will join us for this informative seminar.

The seminar will run from 10:00 a.m - 11:30 a.m. at the Rindge Recreation Department located at 283 Wellington Road, Rindge, NH. The seminar is free and a $10 donation to benefit the Monadnock Humane Society is encouraged. Coffee will be provided. Please use the Sign-Up button on this page to RSVP for the event as space is limited.
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