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  1. "See the Dog" and "Keeping Your Dog in the Think & Learn Zone"

    For complete details please contact Melissa Hardy 775 772-2172775 772-2172, or by email. The seminar will be held at Carson Canine Adventures in Carson City, NV (30 minutes south of Reno) ...

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  2. Canine Chaos - Abbotsford, BC Canada - July 15-20

    FULL details of the workshops being offered by Canine Chaos/Suzanne Webb are available at the Canine-Chaos.com website. Evening Lecture: Temperament vs. Personality: What's the Difference? Does It Matter?

    Seminar: How is this for you? Ethical Considerations & The Elemental Questions in AAT

    Seminar: CARAT 1.3
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  3. Fright or Fight? Understanding the Complexities of Aggression & Fear

    For many reactive dogs, biting or fighting are the choices they make when they run out of options, out of coping skills and knowledge. Suzanne's approach teaches handlers to see the fear and confusion that underlies many behavior and aggression problems, and choose different approaches. Emphasis is on reading canine body language, understanding use of space (macro & micro), the stimulus gradient, and "thin slicing" & skill building for success. A variety of practical techniques will be ...

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  4. From Maddening to Maturity: Understanding & Helping the Adolescent Dog

    Do you wonder where your once wonderful puppy went? And why has he turned into a sometimes maddening, unpredictable, maybe even out of control adolescent? Relax — you're not alone. More than a few puppy class stars have gone on to be champion buttheads as teenagers! For many dog owners, the 18-24 month period of adolescence is problematic. Even with a great start in puppyhood, many dogs hit adolescence and become frustrating, unruly, and simply maddening in some ways. While puzzling to man ...

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  5. RAT: Relationship Assessment Tool

    "Wherever you go, there you are!" No quote better sums up the reality that when we are working with our dogs, we cannot help but be a part of the equation. In each relationship, the handler brings their habits, personalities, needs and style to interact with the dog, who also brings his own personality, patterns of response, needs and style. The Relationship Assessment Tool (RAT) was developed by Suzanne Clothier to further understanding of the dog/human relationship in a practical way.RAT offer ...

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