“Always behaving – Amazing 3 day behaviour workshop” covering behaviour analysis, behavioural medicine, coaching clients and latest research with Chirag Patel, Kevin McPeake & Lynn Hewison. 6th, 7th & 8th September 2019 at High Bickington Community Centre, North Devon.
This workshop involves :
Presentations, live demonstrations and discussions
We are extremely excited to announce this new workshop with Chirag Patel and veterinary behaviourist Kevin McPeake.
During the weekend Chirag and Kevin will present on topics exploring behaviour and its management through behaviour analysis principles and a veterinary behaviour approach.
Day 1 – looking at the human side of dog training, developing communication skills between you and your client.
Day 2 & 3 – Participants will have the opportunity to discuss the live behaviour cases in a safe environment including a discussion on the indication of psychopharmacology where suitable.
This is a great workshop for veterinarians, behaviourists and dog trainers alike.
About your Tutors
Chirag Patel BSc (Hons), CPDT-KA, DipCABT
Animal Behaviour & Training Consultant
Chirag Patel is an animal training and behaviour consultant based in London. He teaches owners, pets and zoo staff and gives seminars/workshops to professionals internationally. He has studied training and behaviour with some of the leading experts around the world including an internship under Dr Ian Dunbar in California and Jean Donaldson at the San Francisco SPCA Dog Trainers Academy.
Chirag has a BSc (Hons) in veterinary Sciences from the Royal Veterinary College in London as well as a post graduate certificate at the University of Lincoln in Clinical Animal Behaviour under Professor Daniel Mills and Helen Zulch (Veterinary behaviourists). He also managed the Training and Behaviour Centre at Dr Roger Mugford’s Company of Animals.
PG Cert (CAB) = Post Graduate Certificate in Clinical Animal Behaviour from the University of Lincoln, UK
BSc (Hons) = Bachelor of Science in Veterinary Science from the Royal Veterinary College, London
DipCABT = Advanced Diploma in Practical Aspects of Companion Animal Behaviour & Training from the Centre of Applied Pet Ethology
Kevin McPeake BVMS PGDip(CABC) MRCVS
RCVS Advanced Practitioner in Companion Animal Behaviour
Kevin is a veterinary behaviourist who sees canine and feline behaviour referrals. Kevin qualified as a vet from the University of Glasgow in 2005 and completed a Postgraduate Diploma in Companion Animal Behaviour Counselling from the University of Southampton University in 2011. Kevin has work as a vet both in first opinion practice, and in behaviour referral practice since 2011. In 2014, Kevin joined the Animal Behaviour Clinic at the University of Lincoln, where he has been involved in clinical animal behaviour research including exploring the effectiveness of a novel anti-anxiety medication for dogs. Currently, Kevin sees canine and feline behaviour referrals and is a working towards his European specialism in Veterinary Behavioural Medicine whilst also undertaking a part time PhD characterising frustration in dogs. Kevin also is a tutor on the ‘Life Skills for Puppies’ programme and teaches on the MSc in Clinical Animal Behaviour degree course offered by the University of Lincoln.
Lynn is the principal tutor of the Life Skills for Puppies classes at Lincoln University. She works in the Animal Behaviour Clinic where she sees both dogs and cats through veterinary referral. In addition to consulting, she also teaches on both undergraduate and postgraduate courses and is the Programme Lead for the MSc in Clinical Animal Behaviour at the University. She is also involved in research, mainly focussed in clinical animal behaviour. Lynn is highly qualified academically with both a BSc in Animal Behaviour Science and an MSc in Clinical Animal Behaviour. She also has extensive practical experience through teaching classes for many years and working in a variety of kennel environments, including private breeding and rescue. Lynn currently owns two dogs, a boxer cross and a border terrier cross.
Refreshments and lunch provided.
£560 per person. (instalment plan available on request)
Limited to 20 places
Unfortunately no refunds are available once you have booked your place.
To book please go to www.thehavendogcentre.co.uk
Refreshments and Lunch provided.
Due to the nature of this course we are unable to have any dogs at the venue, so please make safe, alternative arrangements for your dogs.
The Portsmouth Arms Hotel
East Trayne Holiday Cottages
Premier Inn, Barnstaple
Premier Inn, Bideford
Rosie Banks B&B
For more information or help please contact The Haven Dog Centre 01409 282814 or email email@example.com