Dog-to-Dog Aggression (GINT 0194)

This course is designed to teach professionals within the canine field, rescue workers and dog owners how to assess, manage and treat mild cases of dog-to-dog aggression.  During the first half of the course participants will learn how to; identify and categorize the common types of dog aggression, isolate the dog’s motivation for the problematic behaviour, set realistic treatment goals and how to choose the best treatment and / or management option for that dog.   The second half of the seminar delves into the technical aspect of applying strong management and various treatment techniques designed to rehabilitate the most common types of dog-to-dog aggression.

This 4 hour seminar covers the following topics:

  • Assessing Dog-to-Dog Aggression
  • Aggression Management
  • Treatment Suggestions
  • Treatment Applications
  • Realistic Goal Setting

The target audience for this course includes; Animal Control Officers, Canine Handlers, Veterinarian Technicians, Breeders, dog trainers & behavioural consultants, groomers, doggy daycare attendants, dog walkers / pet sitters, foster parents for canine rescue groups and the average dog owner.

Canine Foundations is proud to offer 4 OAVT (Ontario Association of Veterinary Technicians), 3.5 CCPDT (Certification Council for Professional Dog Trainers) and 4 IAABC (International Association of Animal Behavior Consultants) Continuing Education Credits for Dog to Dog Aggression.


Private bookings available for groups of 10 or more – call 647-284-7584

Convenient Dates and Locations:

When: April 20, 2024, from 1pm to 5pm

Where: Live Webinar 

Cost: $97.50

Registration: can be done on line at Georgian College or by phone by calling Georgian College at (705) 722-1511