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Phobia in Dogs - Real Life Case Study Analysis presented by Claudia Estanislau

  • Monday, February 20, 2017
  • 6:00 PM (EST)
  • Saturday, February 20, 2021
  • 7:30 PM (EST)
  • Recorded Webinar

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Presented by Claudia Estanislau

CEUs: PPAB, 1.5 CCPDT, 1.5 IAABC, 1.5


Join Claudia in this case study analysis presentation focused on fearful or phobic dogs. In this presentation, she will provide discussion on how to help dogs overcome fear-based behaviours and how to observe the symptoms caused by fear.

Claudia will specifically cover the fear associated with fear of people, other animals, and other environmental factors. This webinar will also aid in explaining to owners how to help their dogs cope with stimulations that occur in their daily lives.

Learning Objectives

  • Learn techniques to deal with fearful and or phobic dogs
  • Observe practical application of those techniques
  • Observe through case studies the success and mishaps that might happen when dealing with these cases.
  • Acquire information about dog communication signals presented by phobic dogs.
  • A new view on thresholds, habituation and desensitization techniques for these cases.

About The Presenter



Claudia is a Certified Dog Trainer and Behavior Consultant. She is currently the manager of It's All About Dogs training center in Portugal operating from four locations. Claudia has been a lecturer at several seminars in Portugal and Brazil on learning theory, aggression and force free training. Paula is also a writer for a national dog magazine in Portugal and writes on dog behavior and training.

Claudia’s formal qualifications are DTBC from the CASI Institute. Claudia completed the LLA course with Dr. Susan Friedman and Claudia is an Associate Certified member at IAABC and a PPG Member.

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