The Neuroscience of Canine Aggression

This webinar discusses the neuroscientific basis for aggressive behaviour in dogs. It looks at the different forms of aggression including reactive aggression, instrumental aggression, and redirected aggression. Daniel also explores the neurobiology of predatory behaviour and dips into the complex topic of social neuroscience. This is a great opportunity for any behaviour professionals, trainers, or veterinarians that works with dogs displaying aggressive behaviour.

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About the presenter

Daniel Shaw BSc (Hons), GMBPsS, CDBC is an animal behaviourist with a background in animal behaviour, psychology and neuroscience. As the owner of Animal Behaviour Kent, Daniel has a successful history of supporting dogs and cats with behaviour problems, and has a special interest in the effects of trauma on animals. Daniel is a degree qualified psychologist and certified dog behaviour consultant with the International Association of Animal Behaviour Consultants (IAABC). 

Daniel well known for his work in the animal behaviour industry and regularly presents seminars and webinars to other professionals. His online course platform ABK Learn provides both owners and professionals with insights into the psychological health of dogs and provides a wealth of information on many common behavioural problems. His new flagship course, Trauma Informed Pet Professionals explores the neurobiology of trauma and presents cutting edge techniques for helping dogs that have experienced trauma.