Presented by Michael Shikashio CDBC
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“You Wanna Fight?! Dog to Dog Aggression”
With Michael Shikashio CDBC
Aggression expert Michael Shikashio will present behavior change plans for working with intra-household dog to dog aggression when the cause is competition over resources!
From the setups for safety when working these cases, to the training strategies that are most effective, this presentation will cover it all, including a detailed case study of two dogs who fought over resources that included their owners.
Watch as two dogs who had a history of injurious fighting learn to live harmoniously together again! Kinzi and Letty will be the stars of the show, and the presentation will highlight the effective behavior change strategies their owners used for success!
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About the presenter
Michael Shikashio, CDBC, is the founder of AggressiveDog.com and focuses on teaching other professionals from around the world on how to successfully work aggression cases. He is a five-term president of the International Association of Animal Behavior Consultants (IAABC) and is a full member of the Association of Professional Dog Trainers (APDT).
Michael is sought after for his expert opinion by numerous media outlets, including the New York Times, New York Post, Fox News, The List TV, Baltimore Sun, WebMD, Women’s Health Magazine, Real Simple Magazine, SiriusXM Radio, The Chronicle of the Dog, and Steve Dale’s Pet World. He also hosts the popular podcast show “The Bitey End of the Dog” where he chats with the foremost experts on dog aggression.
He is a featured keynote speaker at conferences, universities, and seminars around the world, and offers a variety of educational opportunities on the topic of canine aggression, including the Aggression in Dogs Master Course and the annual Aggression in Dogs Conference.