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Dogs Who Don’t Play Well With Others: Is It Always About Dominance?


Conflict between dogs in the same family is a common behavior problem, and often attributed to “dominance problems”. In some cases fights still occur even when one dog is clearly subordinate to the other. This presentation will take a fresh look at these problems and discuss other motivations for these conflicts and how they might be resolved. Case examples will be included.

Downloadable MP3
Price: $35.00

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Fee includes the course and class notes with recommended readings.

When you purchase the MP3 audio, you will instantly be sent links to this great audio telecourse to download and play on your computer or other mp3 player. Will play on most home computer systems using Windows Media Player, QuickTime Player, Real, or similar audio player. You'll also receive instructions on downloading the PDF file of the class notes.

Audio products are copyright protected and may not be copied without express written permission.



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