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Reality Bites Part 2: Understanding Various Dog Aggression Treatment Protocols

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Reality Bites Part 2: Understanding Various Dog Aggression Treatment Protocols

with Pat Miller


Aggression cases make up the vast majority of our private consultation cases here at Peaceable Paws. This second in a series of three eLearning events picks up where part one left off. We will compare and contrast various aggression treatment protocols, including maintenance, counter conditioning, desensitization, CAT (Constructional Aggression Treatment), and BAT (Behavior Adjustment Training) as tools to modify aggressive behavior.


Learning Objectives:

Attendees of this course will:

1. Evaluate various modification protocols for dealing with canine aggression

2. Identify the most effective protocols for treatment



Target Level of Knowledge:

It is assumed that attendees of this event:

1.  Have limited familiarity with various dog aggression treatment protocols or,

2.  Are familiar with, but are looking for a clear review of, various dog aggression treatment protocols


Presenter Biography:

Pat Miller is a Certified Behavior Consultant, Canine (KA), Certified Professional Dog Trainer (KA), is past president of the Association of Professional Dog Trainers (US), currently sits on the board of the Certification Council for Professional Dog Trainers, and is on the faculty of the Kenyon Canine Institute. Miller offers group good manners classes, private training and behavior modification services, dog training workshops, (including her very popular Reactive Rover workshops) and trainer academies at her Peaceable Paws 80-acre training facility inFairplay, Maryland, where she and her husband Paul live with their four dogs, three-and-a-half cats, six horses, four chickens and a pot-bellied pig. In addition, Miller presents seminars and workshops around the world on a variety of training and behavior topics. She has authored six books on dog behavior and training: “The Power of Positive Dog Training,” “Positive Perspectives,” “Positive Perspectives 2,” “Play With Your Dog,” “Do-Over Dogs,” and “How to Foster Dogs; From Homeless to Homeward Bound.” Miller is training editor for The Whole Dog Journal, and also writes for several other


  • CCPDT: 1.5 CEUs
  • IACP: 1.5 CEUs
  • KPA: 1.5 CEUs


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