Georgian College Canine Series Seminars

Georgian College and Canine Foundations present the Canine Behaviour Series for Professionals. These seminars and workshops have been designed for professionals to increase their knowledge base and obtain continuing education credits with the OAVT (Ontario Association of Veterinary Technicians), CCPDT (Certification Council for Professional Dog Trainers), and IAABC (International Association of Animal Behavior Consultants).

Designed to teach canine rescue workers, trainers and dog owners how to assess, manage and treat mild cases of dog-to-dog aggression.

Designed to give professionals and dog owners the tools necessary to better read canine body language, understand and recognize signs of behavioural issues.

Safe, positive and healthy human to dog interactions start with learning to understand and speak their language.

When your dog is destroying your house, irritating the neighbours or injuring themselves every time you leave the home, is it Separation Anxiety?

This course provides participants with the knowledge they required to identify, understand and treat mild to moderate cases of resource guarding.

Participants learn how to identify territorial behaviour, understand it and develop a management program best suited for the individual dog’s living situation.

This course will teach participants how to assess a dog’s genetic predisposition and learned characteristics in order to gain pertinent information regarding their overall temperament.

Participants learn how to implement a puppy temperament test and help identify where an individual puppy scores in areas such as; competitiveness, sociability, emotional reactivity, trainability and ability to adjust to new environments.