San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Dogs Trust is thrilled to announce a two day seminar presented by Professor Daniel Mills & Lynn Hewison
The Life of a Dog – Maximising Welfare & Quality of Life
Covering topics related to the younger dog, the lifestyle care of the adult dog and the changing requirements that occur with age. Including an introduction to the Life Skills concept of puppy education and the adolescent dog, as well as tips for management and an overview of dog communication.
About Professor Daniel Mills BVSc PhD CBiol FRSB FHEA CCAB Dip ECAWBM(BM) MRCVS
Daniel Mills is an international authority on companion animal behaviour, cognition and welfare. He is a recognised specialist in clinical animal behaviour and has been developing and exploring new interventions for behaviour problems at Lincoln for over 20 years. He has a strong research interest in the comparative psychology underpinning behaviour and behavioural interventions, with a particular interest in what makes an individual different and how this arises from their interaction with the environment.
About Lynn Hewison MSc
Lynn Hewison is the Senior Behaviour Clinic Technician at the referral only Animal Behaviour Clinic within the School of Life Sciences at the University of Lincoln, U.K. Prior to this, she completed her MSc in Clinical Animal Behaviour, with her thesis focussing on whether a test for impulsivity could be developed for use within rescue centres. Alongside consulting in the clinic, Lynn is also the main tutor for the Life Skills for Puppies courses run at the University of Lincoln.
Includes refreshments. Please bring a packed lunch
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Dog School Central Scotland
For further information or bookings please contact Dog School Central Scotland on 07920658647 or 07920658653 or email the team at CentralScotlandDogSc@dogstrust.org.uk