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Modifying Canine Aggression (Open College Network Accreditation from 2009) This course has been written for trainers and behaviourists. It summarises the reasons for aggressive behaviour, the backgrounds and current thinking about the treatment of canine aggression and suggests ways in which aggressive behaviour can be modified. Unit 1 Living with an aggressive dog, the necessity of aggression for survival, normalabnormal aggression and acceptable and unacceptable aggression. Safety issues and options. The severity of aggression and preventing its development Unit 2 The neuro-biology of aggression including neurotransmitter and endocrine function and effect. Supportive pharmacology and manipulation of neural activity by diet andor natural supplements. The effect of constant stressarousal on emotional responses and thresholds for aggression. Medical conditions and veterinary referral Unit 3 Genetics, learning and classifications Unit 4 Dog-dog aggression and dog-human aggression. Treatment, Conditioning alternative behaviours and alternative emotional responses Unit 5 Case studies, Limitations and acceptance Begins: Anytime Fee: ?360 plus VAT at 15%

Modifying Canine Aggression (Open College Network Accreditation from 2009) This course has been written for trainers and behaviourists. It summarises the reasons for aggressive behaviour, the backgrounds and current thinking about the treatment of canine aggression and suggests ways in which aggressive behaviour can be modified. Unit 1 Living with an aggressive dog, the necessity of aggression...

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