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Leaving Conflict Behind – Skills to Reduce Intra-Household Aggression with Christina Young

Leaving Conflict Behind - Skills to Reduce Intra-Household Aggression with Christina Young


May 2, 2024 - May 31, 2028    
2:30 pm - 3:30 pm (ET)


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This webinar will discuss when and why dogs living together in a home might fight. Once management is in place, then what? How can we teach dogs to move away from conflict rather than into it? We will look beyond the basics to what skills and games can help dogs learn to move away.

Learning Objectives:

  • Learn skills and games to help dogs learn to move away from conflict.

Your Presenter – Christina Young


Christina Young creates humane, effective and realistic training plans for clients and their dogs, and is continually improving her skills by learning from the world’s top trainers. She enjoys hiking and biking with her dogs and actively competes in disc, nosework, dock diving, agility and rally obedience. She also participates in the St. John’s Ambulance Therapy Dog program with her blind dog, Maxi.

Christina’s credentials and achievements include:
● Professional Canine Behavior Consultant, level A credential – Pet Professional Guild
● Certified Dog Behavior Consultant – International Association of Animal Behavior Consultants
● Licensed Family Dog Mediator – Working Division (LFDM-W) – L.E.G.S.® Applied Ethology
● Certified Training Partner – Karen Pryor Academy
● Co-host of the podcast, Something to Wag About
● Co-founder of Legion of Dogs, a free resource and podcast for multi-dog living
● Aggression in Dogs Master Course by Michael Shikashio (Christina was also featured on Michael Shikashio’s Bitey End of the Dog podcast)
● Bachelor of Science degree

For most of her life, before pursuing her dream of dog training full time, Christina worked with youth and adults with disabilities, tutoring and later teaching and coordinating educational programs. Her experience teaching people has developed her skills so that she is a flexible and adaptable instructor.

Christina is referred to as a “crossover trainer,” which means that she previously used e-collars, prong collars, choke chains, alpha-rolls, and other punitive techniques. Christina no longer uses any of these tools and methods and hasn’t since 2010, just before Maxi came into her life. She promised Maxi and all her dogs moving forward that she would not use pain or fear to train.

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