Adolescence: The Hormonal Highs and Lows

Adolescence is a critical time for development and is somewhat defined by the onset of puberty. Pubertal hormones can have a significant effect on behavior, including an influence on social dynamics.
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We will delve into the research on hormones during canine adolescence and discusses how it may affect our dogs. It touches down on what we can do to mitigate against behavior problems developing as a result of these physiological variables and the influence they can have on our dog's experiences of the world.

The webinar is recorded and is suitable for pet owners, veterinary professionals, animal trainers, animal behaviorists, pet guardians, shelter and rescue staff and volunteers, and anyone with an interest in evidence-based behavior and training.

Discounts are available for groups of 5 or more - please contact [email protected] for more information.

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Meet the instructor

Roz Pooley

Roz Pooley is from Bristol, UK and runs The Mutty Professor. She has a Master's Degree in Clinical Animal Behavior and is an accredited Clinical Animal Behaviorist by both the APBC and ASAB.

Roz is one of the go-to professionals in the UK for her work and understanding of overseas rescue dogs, which gives credit to her Thai Street Dog Kanita, for helping her learn about the primitive mind of the dog! She also lives with a Spanish ex-stray dog and a Turbo Badger (Border Collie) called Mohawk.

She particularly enjoys discussing social behavior in dogs as well as the science behind social and behavior maturity- applying this knowledge to her work as a clinical animal behaviorist.

When Roz isn't going off on an excitable, nerdy tangent about dog behavior and training- you can find her singing in her car next to a bemused Kanita in the, now notorious, Dog Car Pool Karaoke.
Patrick Jones - Course author