A Brief Look at Arousal in Dogs is a 90 minute webinar, live online on January 6, 2016 and then recorded for OnDemand purchase and viewing. In this brief look at arousal in dogs, Ken McCort will begin by defining arousal, and then touch on the genetic root of arousal in dogs, including breeding practices that can result in dog types that are aroused easily.
Ken will also give a brief overview of the neurobiology behind arousal control. The lecture will wind up by talking about strategies to help our dogs develop better control over their levels of arousal and the stimuli that elicits these high levels of response, including antecedent arrangement/management protocols.
This will be an introductory abbreviated version of an important topic that Ken is currently covering in more detail for 8 hour workshops, so you won’t want to miss it!
A question and answer session will follow this webinar that will be moderated by Monique Udell, PhD.
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