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Cultivating Calm Canines

  • Monday, May 25, 2020
  • 7:00 PM
  • Wednesday, May 25, 2022
  • 8:00 PM
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Presented by Cassandra Roland

A variety of behavioural issues stem from a dog's inability to calm or self-soothe. If we are not mindful, we could be conditioning and creating overstimulated dogs that have no idea how to be calm in the presence of people and other animals. Our dogs are not born knowing how to be calm. It is our responsibility as their guardians to help them learn to regulate their arousal and make better choices and appropriate outlets for their energy.

This seminar will equip you with the knowledge and skills to recognise what calm looks like and create a zen-like state in your dog.

Learning Objectives 

 Understanding calm body language in dogs
 Understand stress signals in dogs
 Developing activities to promote calm canines

      About The Presenter

      Cassandra Roland

      Cassandra established Fur Get Me Not Dog Training in Brisbane driven by a commitment to positivity, quality, transparency, and service like none other. She has a special interest in working with dog’s with mental health concerns and assisting their guardians and other professionals to improve their dog’s wellbeing and live their best life.

      Cassandra’s non-canine professional background was working in executive positions in the not-for-profit sector including in Mental Health. Now she happily works every day to improve the lives of the local canine community in Brisbane.

      She is always continuing her studies and professional development as a behavioural trainer and travelling around the country to ensure she brings the most current and effective training methods to her clients. She is committed to modern positive reinforcement-based training only and believes this is the only effective method to get a well-mannered and happy dog. Cassandra has also been mentored by a leading Behavioural Vet to enhance her knowledge and skills in supporting dogs with mental health issues.

      Cassandra’s professional qualifications and memberships include:

      · Advanced Certificate in Canine Reactive Behaviour

      · Certificate in Canine Anxiety

      · Association of Pet Dog Trainers Australia

      · Certificate IV in Training and Assessment

      · Bachelor of Creative Industries

      · Graduate Certificate in Marketing

      · Certificate IV in Mental Health

      · Diploma of Community Services Management

      · Diploma of Drug and Alcohol

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