Colorado Springs, CO- Aggression in Dogs:Defensive Handling and Training | All Breed Rescue and Training/Have A Nice Dog | samedi, 13. juin 2020

Aggression in Dogs – Defensive Handling and Training
With Michael Shikashio and Trish McMillan
 


Are you currently working with aggressive dogs or have an interest in learning more about how to safely work with aggressive dogs?


Would you like to learn hands-on defensive handling skills?


Do you want to add more to your toolbox for modifying aggressive behavior in dogs?


 
Michael Shikashio, CDBC and Trish McMillan MSc, CPDT-KA, ACCBC, CDBC will be presenting a two-day workshop on safety, defensive handling, and the behavior modification techniques used with aggressive dogs.
Attendees will learn what is needed before working with aggressive dogs, gain hands-on experience in defensive handling and leash skills, and see videos of behavior modification in aggression cases.
This workshop is open to all trainers, behavior consultants, veterinarians, shelter staff, animal control officers, or anyone interested in learning more about dog aggression and how to stay safe. 
Day One 
* Presentation includes hands-on practice of defensive handling and leash skills
 


Understand the ramifications for dog bites


 


What to know before taking aggression cases


 


Canine body language including precursors to aggression


 


What to do BEFORE meeting with clients


 


Additional safety measures to have in place


 


Safety and management equipment


 


How to take dogs in and out of kennels safely


 


Initial greetings in aggression cases with video examples


 


Defensive handling and leash skills including leash locks, muzzle wraps, back ties, accordion leash holds, and more


 


What to do if attacked by a dog


 


Presentation of case studies with video of dog to human aggression and how to choose appropriate tools and techniques


  
Day Two 
* Presentation includes hands-on practice of defensive handling and leash skills
 


Dog-dog interactions with video examples


 


Canine body language in dog-dog interactions including precursors to aggression


 


How to introduce dogs to each other in shelter and home environments


 


How to safely break up a dog fight


 


Leash handling skills when working dog-dog cases


 


Shelter dog playgroups


 


Shelter dog assessments


 


What to do with off leash dogs that approach the dog you’re handling


 


Presentation of case studies with video of dog to dog aggression and how to choose appropriate tools and techniques


 Speaker Bios 
Trish McMillan holds a master of science degree in animal behavior, and is a certified professional dog trainer, certified dog behavior consultant and associate certified cat behavior consultant.  She worked for the ASPCA for nearly eight years at their NYC, and then as part of their field team, helping assess and rehabilitate dogs from cruelty cases, dogfighting and hoarding situations. 
Trish does animal behavior consulting in Asheville, North Carolina, working with dogs, cats and horses. She is also VP of Behavior and Training at Instinct Dog Behavior & Training. Her farm, Pibble Hill, is currently home to mostly rescued animals of five species. Trish speaks and consults nationally and internationally on animal sheltering issues, dog, cat, and horse behavior, dog aggression, and defensive handling. 
Trish currently co-chairs the Shelter Behavior division of the International Association of Animal Behavior Consultants and runs their popular online shelter dog behavior mentorship. 
Michael Shikashio, CDBC, is the past president of the International Association of Animal Behavior Consultants (IAABC), and provides private consultations working with dog aggression cases through his business AggressiveDog.com. Michael is fully certified through the IAABC and is a full member of the Association of Professional Dog Trainers (APDT).
Michael is sought after for his expert opinion by numerous media outlets, including the New York Times, New York Post, Baltimore Sun, WebMD, Women’s Health Magazine, Real Simple Magazine, The Chronicle of the Dog, and Steve Dale’s Pet World.
He is a featured speaker on the topic of canine aggression at conferences and seminars around the world, and he offers a variety of online courses, webinars, and mentorships.

Dates: Saturday, June 13 and Sunday, June 14, 2020
 
Times: 9am to 5pm, both days
             Registration begins at 0815 both days
 
Location:        
All Breed Rescue and Training/Have A Nice Dog
410 1/2 E Filmore St.
Colorado, Springs, CO 80907

 
Tuition: 
Early Bird Discount – until April 13, 2020
Individual – $250
Group Rate for 4 or more registering and paying at the same time – $225
 
Registration after April 13, 2020
Individual – $275
Group Rate for 4 or more registering and paying at the same time – $248
 
CEU’s: Pending
Cancellation Policy- Refunds up to 30 days before event, after that, NO refunds will be given. 
Other Details -
Coffee, tea, water and light snacks provided


Lunch will be on your own.


If you would like to bring your own lunch, paper products will be provided.


 
What to Bring:


Paper/pen to take notes


6 ft regular leash and slip lead. If you do not own a slip lead, one will be provided for you to use.


A large stuffed dog in the STANDING position with a flat buckle collar on it (Melissa and Doug Black Lab, Husky, Yellow Lab, etc.….). It is not necessary to buy one for this seminar.  Please send an email to joann@ you have access to one and can bring it.


Please dress in layers for comfort and wear closed toe shoes


 
Misc. Items


This is a people only event except for service animals.


Email with any questions or concerns joann@thelooseleashacademy.com