Jealousy in Dogs


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Duration: 1 hour 29 minutes

Accrediting Body: CPD Standards Office

Assessment: None

Speaker: Debby Lucken

Description
Do dogs feel jealous? What is jealousy anyway? And why are we so obsessed with labelling everyone and everything?

Jealousy in dogs is a topic discussed very often and studied a lot too. With this presentation, I aim to talk about some of the researches done on the matter and they might compare and contrast with experiences from multi-dog households.

Speaker Bio:
Debby Lucken is a fully qualified dog trainer with the Institute of Modern Dog Trainers and dog behaviourist with the International School of Canine Psychology. She is a member of ICAN International Companion Animal Network, Pet Professional Guild, the International Association of Animal Behaviour Consultants, the Dog Training College and The Dog Welfare Alliance.
Debby has 6 years’ experience working with dogs, and she specialises in helping families with kids to train and raise their dogs to be great family companions. Some of her clients have also gone and become great therapy dogs in schools and nursing homes.
Debby is the founder of Pocodogs, which is her dog training and behavioural business. She is based in Poole, Dorset, but delivers lessons and webinars globally (she is also bilingual, speaking English and Italian, which allows her to help more professionals and dog’s handlers around the world).
Moreover, Debby is the founder of KAD (Kids Around Dogs), which is a branch of Pocodogs and specialises in helping families with children training and raising their dogs positively, to become wonderful family dogs.

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