Anne Lill will enlighten you on what is and isn't canine aggression, reasons for aggressive behaviors, why aggression happens, what to do when it does, prevention solutions, and what to do and not to do during an aggressive episode.
Anne Lill will also discuss the connection between stress, fear and aggression, and offer games and activities that help decrease aggression in dogs.
Anne Lill hails from Norway and has been working with dogs since 1980. She focuses on Search and Rescue and scent discrimination training and is the author of the book, "The Canine Kingdom of Scent." Anne Lill's talks are fun and informative, and she has spearheaded the Nosework and Tracking Movements worldwide.
This talk is part of a series of five evening talks for the serious dog lover that will be held on June 29, August 6, September 10, September 11, and October 23. For additional information, visit: http://dogtraininworkshops.blogspot.com/
Please join Anne Lill for this magical evening when you too can become trained in how to handle Canine Aggression. Her talk will be held at the Lenoir Rhyne Center for Graduate Studies, 36 Montford Avenue, Asheville. Tickets are $15 in advance and $20 at the door. Seating is limited, so advance purchase is recommended. For tickets, call Grace at 828-545-2948.