Join us to investigate why after years of living peacefully together two female dogs suddenly start fighting onsite and what we did to help manage and resolve the conflict in the home!
Interdog aggression is serious problem that affects the lives and wellbeing of everyone in the home. Join us as we investigate why relations can break down and what we can do to help resolve the conflict.
Part One (30th September at 7pm): Behind the scenes of a behavioural consult from paperwork to gathering information. Discussing the possible causes we need to consider and the motivations behind these for a case like this including hormones, genetics, learning history, veterinary history and health.
What information can we gather from the pre consultation information ?
What answers do we need to have to rule in / out the possible causes and how can we gather the information and evidence for this ?
Part Two (7th October at 7pm): Critiquing the consultation Video part 1 –
As a group we will watch the recorded live consultation and discuss consultation set up, counselling skills, questions and the information gathered. Do we have a behavioural diagnosis yet? What other information and evidence do we need to gather?
Part 3 (14th October at 7pm) – Critiquing the consultation video part 2 –
As a group we’ll watch the final part of the consultation, discuss what went well, what didn’t our thoughts and reflection on how it could be improved.
Are we able to accurately reach a behavioural diagnosis, if not why not? What was the treatment and how effective was it?
Recordings will be available for 14 days after the final event on the 14th of October.
THESE SESSIONS WILL BE HELD ON OUR BROWSER BASED MEETING ROOM – BIGMARKER