Stressed Dogs and Cats - How stress can impact on physical and emotional welfare

The College of Animal WelfareDate: Time: Venue: CAW EdinburghCourse fee: £75 with early bird promotion (£145)
*The early bird discount is applied at the "Payment" stage of checkout
Lecturer: Elaine Henley ->
1515 spaces available. Book now Cats anddogs are remarkably adaptive to coping with domestic life however, some catsand dogs are more sensitive and may display behaviours associated with enduringhigh levels of stress - anxiety, aggression, compulsive behaviours and inappropriate urination or defecation. 

Cats anddogs are remarkably adaptive to coping with domestic life however, some catsand dogs are more sensitive and may display behaviours associated with enduringhigh levels of stress - anxiety, aggression, compulsive behaviours and inappropriate urination or defecation. 

This short half day course will discuss how stress may affect the behaviour and health of both cats and dogs; along with the physical and behavioural signs of stress. 

Importantly, this course will discuss simple strategies to minimize stress in cats and dogs. 

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