Everyone in shelter and rescue work wants the dogs in their care to go to stable homes. However, there are very few resources for people who are adopting adolescent or adult dogs into their families—most of the information written for new owners is about adopting a puppy—and things don’t always go as smoothly as hoped.
In this webinar, critically acclaimed author, Dr. Patricia McConnell, CAAB, will discuss what she has learned from her clients and from interviews with experts in the shelter and rescue world about how to help families welcome older dogs into their homes. From how to handle the first day, to handling common behavioral problems, this webinar will help shelter workers, rescue groups, and foster homes in their efforts to keep dogs in the forever homes they deserve.
Credit: 1 CEU for Certified Behavior Consultants. To receive credit after you watch the full recording, email your CCPDT membership number to ASPCApro with the webinar name. ASPCApro will submit CCPDT information once per month.
Time: Anytime! Anywhere! Just click here to watch!
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Join thousands of dog lovers around the world in an ongoing inquiry about canine behavior, and follow the adventures of Patricia (2 legs), Willie, Maggie, & Tootsie (4 legs), and a very spoiled flock of sheep.
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"The Education of Will delves deep into the minds of people and dogs, and into the effects of trauma, showing that healing is possible. McConnell gives a voice to those who can’t speak in words and provides hope for fearful animals everywhere."
—Temple Grandin, author of Animals Make Us Human and Animals in Translation.