• April 10, 2017
    8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Preparing for Placement – Distinguish the animal as an individual, and quickly identify what characteristics can be strengthened.

For dog lovers and professionals alike, this presentation will educate attendees to a deeper understanding of the individual dog. You will learn to quickly identify fundamental characteristics such as sociability, persistence, use of space, and more. This knowledge will guide your training plan and assist you in setting clear expectations as to which behaviors can be modified and which are hard wired.

Skills Learned:
* Improve observational skills
* Understand temperament traits
* Collaborate, giving the dog a choice in his placement.
* A Recipe for relationship building
* Setting real expectations for adopters

To get the most out of my sessions attendees should have: No prior knowledge of topic needed

Session is geared towards: 0-3 years of experience

For more information or to register, please visit: http://www.newenglandfed.org/