Statistics show that 41% of dog-owning households also
include at least one cat, and that 46% of cat-owning households
also include at least one dog. It is important for dog trainers
and others working with behavior problems to be able to educate
families about the behavioral needs of both species and what
to do to promote friendly inter-species relationships that
contribute to the well being of their pets.
This two session webinar will compare and contrast the
social structures of dogs and cats, how differences often
create barriers to communication between the species, and
how miscommunications can lead to conflicts.
Attendees will discover rational means of evaluating which
relationships are most likely to work and which are not,
how to make maximize the success of initial introductions,
modifications owners can make in the physical home environment
that will aid in avoiding conflicts, and how to recognize
warning signs that the safety and wellbeing of either animal
could be at risk.
We’ll discuss the most common problems that arise
between dogs and cats, and how to resolve them so that both
species can live satisfying lives without being subjected
to ongoing stress from one another. The instructors – Dr.
Dan Estep and Dr. Suzanne Hetts - have helped hundreds of
families living with both dogs and cats to create healthy
relationships among their pets.
This class has been approved for 2.5 ceu’s from CCPDT.
The LIVE class isn't on our current
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including class discussion and class notes. You have one
month's online access to all class sessions and an opportunity
to ask questions of the instructors via email. Their answers
to your questions will be recorded and emailed to you within
You can earn CEUs by submitting emailed answers to questions
asked by the instructors during the recorded class. We'll
provide the details once you register.
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