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Creating Behaviour Modification Plans in Challenging Environments (shelter) with Tom Candy

  • Monday, March 11, 2024
  • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
  • GoToWebinar


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Creating Behaviour Modification Plans in

Challenging Environments (shelter) 

Presented by Tom Candy 

CEUs: 1 PPAB , 1 CCPDT , 1 KPA , 1 PMCT, & 1 IAABC 

A Webinar Sponsoring The Pet Training Science Alliance 

This webinar looks at how we can create successful behaviour modification plans in challenging environments. from shelters to busy households learn how to work around challenges

  • Understand the importance of BMPs in shelters 
  • Learn how to introduce HAPPIER Bmps for challenging enviroments 
  • Learn about setting appropriate goals for BMPS

    About Your Presenter

    Tom Candy

    A passion for animal welfare and training led Tom (he/him) to undertake a BSc (Hons) in Bio-veterinary science and a MSc in Clinical Animal Behaviour from the University of Lincoln (UK). Having started volunteering in rescue at the age of 15, Tom has been involved in a variety of aspects of rescue including fundraising, home checking, transporting and general day to day operations.

    Currently Tom works as a Senior Training and Behaviour advisor with the UK’s largest canine welfare organisation, where he supports the training and behaviour teams across the southwest. Tom is responsible for supporting and advising managers and Training and Behaviour Advisors on matters relating to behavioural concerns and helping to promote higher levels of welfare for dogs.

    Tom is a Certified Clinical Animal Behaviourist with the Animal Behaviour and Training Council (UK) and a Certified Canine Behaviour Consultant and Certified Shelter Behaviour Specialist with the International association of Animal Behaviour Consultants. He has been luckily enough to speak on several Shelter behaviour related topics across webinars, pods casts, workshops and Conferences both in the UK and internationally including America, Canada, Spain and most recently at the International Companion Animal Welfare Conference in Bulgaria where he presented on meeting dogs needs in a kennel environment and ran workshops on topics such as enrichment and training as part of everyday life in kennels.

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