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ICB prides itself on having members who have an abundance of ‘hands on’ experience, theoretical knowledge and academic qualifications, and who are committed to using force-free scientifically proven methods of behaviour modification. All our members pledge never to use any approach that may harm a dog’s physical and mental well being and abide by our motto, “Welfare never compromised”.
International Canine Behaviourists (ICB)
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Behaviour webinars for canine enthusiasts
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From nosework to body awareness training and its uses for the canines behaviourist, catch up on learning at your own pace.
The Imposter on Your Shoulder presented by Cheryl Treharne Sunday 19th January 2020 19.00 – 20.00 (GMT) Webinar cost is £15.00 The Imposter on Your Shoulder The What’s and Wherefores of Imposter ‘Syndrome’ Strategies for conquering The Imposter Modesty versus...read more
From Kennels to Couch: Rescue, rehabilitation and rehomingBehaviour and training strategies for rescue dogsPresented by Susan McKeon BSc (Hons), MAPDT (01157)Sunday 16th February 2020 19.00 - 20.00 (GMT)Webinar cost is £15.00With a focus on ex-racing...read more
Presented by Dr Rowena Packer Sunday 22nd March 2020 19.00 - 20.00 (GMT) Webinar cost is £15.00 Epilepsy beyond seizures: what do behaviourists need to know? - Epilepsy is the most common chronic brain disease in dogs, affecting around...read more