Introduction to K9 Psychology
11 May 09:15 - 11 May 16:45
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This fascinating subject covers the psychology of how dogs learn. Learn about factors affecting behaviour and learning ability, behaviour problems and solutions, plus effects of negative training.
Understanding of man's best friend has never been so exciting and enlightening. Just how much of their wolfish inheritance is present in our modern dog and why would we want to use that in our training methods? After all, they are a different species, not a wolf in disguise or a human in a furry coat! Should we expect them to ignore their natural instincts and understand how to live in our challenging world without suitable tuition and understanding? Dogs are often misunderstood in their reactions, which can lead to a total breakdown in their relationships with humans. If we take the time to understand how they learn and teach them an alternative way to behave with motivation, the result is a happy and cooperative relationship. Whether you are a pet or working dog owner, work with dogs or just interested in dogs, you will be equipped with a sound basic knowledge of this fascinating subject. Completion of this course is essential before completing the Intermediate K9 Psychology course.
- Psychology of how dogs learn and human/canine communication: fact or fiction
- Factors effecting behaviour and learning ability, including effects of nutrition development and breed
- Common behaviour problems and solutions
- Effects of negative training methods and advantages of positive reinforcement training techniques
- Development of the modern dog
Interest and enthusiasm for the topic.
Intermediate K9 Psychology Course, Practical Dog Training
1 day course
09.15 - 4.45pm