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WEBINAR: Calming your wild child dog while keeping their joy

$ 14.99 $ 7.99

March 14, 2021 @ 5:30 pacific. Recorded webinars and transcripts will be available.
Presenter:  Randi Rossman, CBCC-KA, aCDBC

Would you describe your dog as hyperactive? Unruly?  Unmanageable?  Inattentive? Untrainable? All of the above? If your dog seems to have wild energy or erratic behavior, they may be impulsive, hyperactive, and frustrated.  Regardless of what you call it — it’s really challenging to live with, and can potentially become a safety risk.  Learn some of the recent science around this behavior challenge, what factors may be contributing, how to evaluate if you need veterinary or behavior professional help, and what you can do to help you and your dog live a calmer life together.

Would you describe your dog as hyperactive? Unruly?  Unmanageable?  Inattentive? Untrainable? All of the above? If your dog seems to have wild energy or erratic behavior, they may be impulsive, hyperactive and frustrated.  Regardless of what you call it — it’s really challenging to live with, and can potentially become a safety risk.  Learn some of the recent science around this behavior challenge, what factors may be contributing, how to evaluate if you need veterinary or behavior professional help, and what you can do to help you and your dog live a calmer life together.   Randi will review case studies for dogs like this — including homes with children, as well as shelter dogs. 

You will also receive downloadable templates and instructions for enrichment activities, structured play and how to evaluate whether a dog behavior professional has the skills and knowledge to help you with your dog.  

Audience:  Dog owners, shelter staff, veterinary professionals, dog trainers

CEUs offered:  IAABC, CCPDT and RACE CEUs pending.

What if I can’t make the webinar time, or I missed it?

Not a problem. The webinar recording and downloadable tools will be available indefinitely.  A transcript of the webinar will also be posted.  

How do I access the webinar?

Once you purchase this webinar, you will have access to the webinar’s page on this website in your My Account page.  You will also receive an email with the webinar log-in information and link.  

What if I have more questions after the webinar?  How do I get additional help?

We provide several options:

  • For quick and simple questions, you can attend a Lifestream and ask your question live online.  Be aware, depending on the audience’s size and the scheduled topic, you may not get your question addressed in this format.  
  • If your question will take more than 5 to 10 minutes but does not require a full assessment (for example, you are a dog trainer who could use some feedback or an owner who is having a problem with specific training skills), you can schedule an online coaching session.  
  • To go deeper, you can take our Boisterous Bowser online course, which will launch in July and is now on sale.
  • For more advice and a plan specific to your needs, you can sign up for a behavior consultation.   
  • You can also use the template provided, which will help you find a dog behavior specialist and evaluate their skills.  
How do I get CEUs for this webinar?

Upon enrollment, we send a form that will allow you to let us know which CEUs you need.  You will get a link for taking a quiz for CEU approval after you purchase the webinar. When we get the final CEU approval for the webinar, we will send you an email with instructions.  

 

All Canine Behavior Science webinars:

  • Run 45 minutes for content, with 15 minutes for questions and answers.
  • Are recorded and transcribed.  Upon purchase, you will have access to the video recording and the transcripts.
  • Come with downloadable templates and links to resources that will help you incorporate the subject into your real-world daily life.
  • Are available to you indefinitely — no time limits to view.
  • Deliver a mix of the most current science on the topic, background on the various reasons behind the behavior challenge, suggestions on addressing or preventing the behavior, and directions on how to determine if you need additional professional help.
  • Include relevant case studies.

 

 

Randi Rossman canine behavior expert with black dog stellaAll classes are developed and designed by Randi Rossman, who has graduate-level academic certification in:

  • Applied Behavior Analysis from Florida Institute of Technology,
  • Online Instructional Design from Duke University.

Additionally, Randi’s “previous life” involved developing educational programs for corporations, including employee training, sales training, and curriculums for children and adults on science and general consumer topics.

You can find out more about Randi’s expertise in dog behavior on our ABOUT page.

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