The Role of Emotion in Aggressive Behavior

This hour-long webinar, followed by a further 30mins of Q & A, aims to explore and educate dog professionals on the emotional basis for aggression using a Pankseppian model of understanding of the core emotional states.

Dogs, like other mammals, live rich emotional lives, and a deep understanding of the emotion behind a behaviour can assist those trying to help a dog with aggressive responses.

The talk will be packed with interesting and informative video and aim to show an ethical and effective way to decrease aggression and move forward towards a happier and more peaceful individual.

What's included?

  • CEUs

    1.5 CEUs approved for CCPDT, IAABC, and KPA

  • Q&A Time with Nicole

    30 minutes of bonus Q&A time with Nicole included in the recording!

  • Recordings available!

    Lifetime access to the recording!

Your Speaker!

Nicole Lobry de Bruyn

Dr Nicole Lobry de Bruyn is a Veterinarian and Behaviourist, a member of the ANZCVS in Veterinary Behaviour and operates a busy referral veterinary behaviour practice, Animal Sense, in Perth, Western Australia. She has been a veterinarian for over 30 years and deeply involved in companion animal behaviour for the last decade. She teaches clinical veterinary medicine of dogs and cats to final year veterinary students at Murdoch University. She has a passion for force-free veterinary care and is an advocate for positive reinforcement training. She is an experienced speaker and presenter, keen to pass on her knowledge to others.