2019 Delta Institute Dog Behaviour Conference
Take the Lead: Exploring the Relevance of Dog Emotional Health in Training
With support from the Ian Potter Foundation, this conference brings Sarah Heath, a specialist in behavioural medicine from the UK to speak exclusively for the Delta Institute.
This conference is specially tailored to trainers, vets and vet nurses, rescue and shelter workers, and anyone involved in the pet industry who understands the importance of emotional health in animals.
It will also appeal to experienced dog owners who would like to know how understanding dog emotional health can help them take their training to the next level.
Book your spot now to hear about the latest research into dog emotional health and the relevance to behaviour and training.
Mercure Sydney International Airport 16th & 17th February 2019
- Emotional Motivational Systems and How to Improve Canine Learning
- The Role of the Trainer in Geriatric Care - How to Improve Quality of Life for the Geriatric Dog
- The Importance of Emotional Relaxation and How It Differs from Physical Stillness
- Rehabilitation Training and Emotional and Physical Health in Animals
- The Effects of Emotional Illness on Behavioural Responses
- The Benefit of Teamwork between Veterinary Behaviourists and Rehabilitation Trainers
- Dogs, Cats, and Kids - Positives and Potential Problems and Household Management
This event is eligible for:
- 11 continuing education points with the AVA (vets)
- 11 continuing education points with the VNCA (vet nurses)
- 20 continuing education points with the Delta Institute (Full Delta Institute Members)