Increasing the Odds of a Successful Adoption
About this Webinar
In this webinar, critically acclaimed author and behaviorist Dr. Patricia McConnell discusses what she has learned from her clients and from interviews with experts in the shelter and rescue world about helping families welcome adopted dogs into their homes. From how to handle the first day to managing common behavioral problems, this webinar covers the basics of bringing home an adopted dog. You can listen to this webinar at your convenience, any time 24/7.
By the end of this webinar, you can develop an understanding about:
- The best information to give adopters
- The protocol for dogs on their first day in their new home
- How to handle common behavioral problems
- How to manage introducing a resident dog to a newly adopted dog
This webinar is useful for adoption counselors and adopters alike.
This webinar has been approved by both CCPDT and IAABC for CEUs. Send us a request for CEUs. Please allow 4 weeks for processing.
Patricia McConnell, PhD, CAAB
Dr. Patricia B. McConnell is a zoologist, animal behaviorist, teacher, speaker and author who has been working with people and dogs for more than 25 years. Her work and speaking schedule can be found on her website. You can also keep up with her on her blog, The Other End of the Leash.
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