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Understanding & Helping Your Reactive Dog. Presented by Shannon Riley-Coyner

  • 15 Jun 2021
  • 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
  • Live Webinar

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CEUs: PPAB 1.5, IAABC (pending), KPA (pending)


Find out why your dog whines, barks or lunges at other animals or people and learn ways to help him or her become less reactive. Is your dog really aggressive or scared? This webinar discusses the underlying issues that cause our dogs to act out and how we can identify them. This webinar focuses on what we can do to make life easier for our dogs and ourselves when dealing with these issues. This 1.5 hour webinar was designed for anyone who has a dog that barks, lunges or acts out when taking them to new places or when meeting new people or dogs.


Learning Objectives

  • Identify underlying behavioral issues.

  • Discuss how to help your dog become less reactive.

  • Helpful tips.


About Your Presenter


      

Shannon Riley-Coyner

Shannon has been a pet lover all her life and a dog trainer for over 20 years. She has spent her life observing, caring for and training animals of all kinds. She has worked in the Bird Department at Marine World Africa USA, and worked as an handler and trainer for an African Serval Cat at Safari West, a private zoo in Santa Rosa, California. She has participated in behavior studies including observations of bald eagles and addax antelope through the San Francisco Zoo and Safari West.

Her education includes a Biology Degree, specializing in Zoology from Sonoma State. She is a Registered Veterinary Technician, a Certified Professional Dog Trainer, a Karen Pryor Academy Certified TrainingPartner, a member of the Association of Pet Dog Trainers and a member of the International Association of Animal Behavior Consultants.

Shannon’s dog training philosophy revolves around force free, positive reinforcement, however, her ultimate goal is for healthy happy relationships between pets and their people. Diet, exercise, environment and training all play a significant role in achieving this goal.

Shannon spent many years as the head dog trainer for PAWS for Healing, a pet assisted therapy organization. She performed temperament testing and assisted in the training of therapy dogs who visited hospitals, veteran groups, special educational facilities and convalescent homes. She believes strongly in the benefits of developing the human animal bond and can assist in coaching for pets and their human companions to develop that connection.


Shannon is a past President for the Society of Veterinary Behavior Technicians.

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