Wed, May 08|
Crash, Boom, Bang! Protocols for Dogs with Sound Sensitivity
Many dogs have noise aversions, and a fear of sounds be physiologically and emotionally damaging for dogs, and also strain the human-animal relationship. This session will provide you with strategies for how to approach and prevent sound sensitivities, FREE event, donations optional!
Time & Location
May 08, 2024, 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM CDT
About the event
It is estimated that anywhere from one-third to two-thirds of dogs have noise aversions! If you saw 12 dogs today, 4 to 8 of them are likely to develop noise sensitivities in their lifetime. Not only can a fear of sounds be physiologically and emotionally damaging for dogs, but it can also strain the human-animal relationship. This session will provide you with strategies for how to approach and prevent sound sensitivities, including teaching desired coping skills.
1. Recognize the correlation between noise aversions, pain, and separation anxiety.
2. Discover options for teaching the dog successful coping strategies.
3. Identify environmental changes to help minimize a dog’s perception of fear-inducing sounds.
FREE event, donations optional!
Speaker: Debbie Martin, LVT, Veterinary Technician Specialist in Behavior
Elite Fear Free Certified® Professional
Karen Pryor Academy Certified Training Partner and Faculty Emeritus
Co-author of Puppy Start Right
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