A Evening Talk With Chirag Patel Aggression
We are excited to welcome Chirag back for an evening talk on Aggressive Behaviour:
A Guide to Understanding, Managing and Modifying
This presentation will cover how to use behaviour analysis to understand aggressive behaviour and include examples of practical ways to manage and modify such behaviour.
This evening presentation will use powerpoint and discussion to explore this topic.
Thursday 17th January 2019
18::30 - 21:30
Harlow Rugby Club, Latton Park
CHIRAG PATEL: BEHAVIOUR & TRAINING CONSULTANT
BSc (Hons), PGCert (CAB), CPBC, DipCABT
Chirag runs Domesticated Manners in London, UK. From here he consults on the ethical and science based practice for the behaviour management and training of domestic, zoo and laboratory animals. He works with private clients, organisations as well as running workshops for professionals internationally. Chirag is also a senior training and behaviour advisor for the UKs largest canine rescue charity, Dogs Trust.
Chirag earned his BSc (Hons) in Veterinary Sciences from the Royal Veterinary College in London and a Postgraduate Certificate in Clinical Animal Behaviour from the University of Lincoln, UK. Chirag is also a certified parrot behaviour consultant (CPBC), with the International Association of Animal Behaviour Consultants (IAABC). Chirag is also currently continuing his education by studying for a MSc in Applied Behaviour Analysis. In 2005, Chirag completed an internship in behaviour and training with a focus on aggressive behaviour under the mentorship of Jean Donaldson at the San Francisco SPCA and developed his understanding and skills in puppy training under the mentorship of Ian Dunbar.
His passion is the application of behaviour change science and ethics to improve the life of animals living under human care, especially applying training principles to teach animals to be active participants in their own daily and veterinary care in a stress free manner.
Chirag has a YouTube Channel that has accumulated over half a million hits and provides free resources for pet owners and professionals. You can also find out more by visiting his website at www.domesticatedmanners.com
Please note this course is theory based therefore dogs should not attend.