The causes of canine home alone problems. Don’t do this! Old wives’ tales don’t work. Treating the causes and not the symptoms. The direct treatment of CHAP. The daily routine. Psychopharmaca.
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Canine Home Alone Problems deals with the canine problem no. 1—the dog cannot be left home alone without showing clear signs of distress behavior.
Course level: Beginner to moderate. This is one of the most important courses in canine problem behavior. It deals with crucial issues, which result in dogs being re-homed to euthanized all too often.
Content of the book and course
Roger Abrantes wrote, “Dogs Home Alone” for all dog owners who want to prevent or treat this serious canine problem. It is a highly relevant book for our students as well, who one day will be helping owners to resolve these problems. This book is a best-seller. The present edition is a much enlarged and revised version of the original book from 1997.
Chapter One — The causes of canine home alone problems.
Chapter Two — Don’t do this! Old wives’ tales don’t work.
Chapter Three — Treating the causes and not the symptoms.
Chapter Four — The direct treatment of CHAP.
Chapter 5 — The daily routine.
PS — Psychopharmaca.
You can take this course as part of a program granting a diploma or as a single course. You can print your course certificate after you complete the mandatory test.
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