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Insights into Behavior: Canine Aggression

Event Type
Conference/Workshop
Sponsor
College of Veterinary Medicine
Virtual
wifi event
Date
Jul 8, 2021   6:00 - 7:15 pm  
Speaker
Dr. Katherine Houpt
Cost
$45
Registration
Registration
Contact
Kristen Eighner
E-Mail
ope@vetmed.illinois.edu
Phone
271-333-2907
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Originating Calendar
Veterinary Medicine Office of Public Engagement
Is your dog aggressive towards people or other animals?
 
Don’t miss a unique opportunity to attend one or all virtual webinars by animal behavior expert Dr. Katherine Houpt. Attendees will have a chance to speak with Dr. Houpt after each session and leave with potential treatment options to apply to everyday life scenarios.
 
Canine aggression is the most common behavior problem of dogs. The aggression can be directed to people or dogs, both familiar and unfamiliar. The ways in which injury can be prevented will be presented as well as training methods and medications to help dogs be less likely to bite.
 
These sessions are open to the public and will offer three different opportunities to learn about animal behavior issues.
 
If you are veterinarian these will also qualify for continuing education credit.
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