Our dogs are having a really hard time in the city. Reactivity, stress, anxiety and fear have increased drastically in city dogs world wide. Why is this happening? What can we do to help our dogs? Michael Shikashio, Kim Brophey and Laura Donaldson are coming to Toronto to delve deep into these questions so we can lean best methods to better our dogs' lives. Dog trainers, walkers and guardians will all learn from this fantastic conference.
Founder of the Aggression in Dogs Master Course and currently teaches trainers and behavior consultants in more than 25 countries how to work with aggression cases.
Michael will be talking about the realities of reactivity in the city and techniques to help you and your reactive dog navigate the busy city with more confidence.
Applied ethologist and owner of The Dog Door Behavior Center, author of MEET YOUR DOG- The Game-Changing Guide to Understanding Your Dog’s Behavior and creator of the Dog L.E.G.S.® model.
Kim will be applying the L.E.G.S.® model to help us understand why dogs have a hard time in the city and how we can make city life easier based on the specific needs of each dog.
Founder and sole proprietor of Four Paws, Four Directions Dog Training & Behavior Consulting LLC and creator of the Slow Thinking is Lifesaving for Dogs®
Laura will be discussing City Trauma and applying her popular Slow Thinking is Lifesaving for Dogs® program to help humans understand their dogs and quell our dog's stress, anxiety and reactivity in the city
Friday September 22nd to Sunday September 24th from 10am to 5pm each day
Downtown Toronto, Ontario Canada
(exact location TBA)
Early Bird Pricing - $445 until July 1st, 2023 - Regular Pricing - $565
Limited Tickets available