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Case Files: Addressing Big Fears in the Big City - Benny’s Story

Benny is a little dog with big city problems. Living in a busy, urban environment was difficult for Benny. If and when Benny's guardian was able to get him outside, he trembled and pulled to go back into the safety of his apartment building. 
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Unfortunately, this is common for many urban-dwelling dogs and their people. More often than not, medication is a necessary part of the behavior modification program. Working through complex behavior cases presents multiple challenges. How do you counter-condition and desensitize a dog to an entire city?!

Join us as we demonstrate how medication, resilience conditioning, and training work symbiotically to improve the quality of life for Benny and his person.

Working through complex behavior cases presents multiple challenges. The good news is, with a team approach we can provide the support our families and their pets need to make progress.

For Families- Have you considered hiring a behavior team to help you, but held off because you just weren't sure how much it can help? Are you interested in seeing how a pet improves over time and how plans are changed based on response? Come to the this webinar to learn how a behavior team can helped Benny and how they might be able to help you.

For Behavior Consultants and Trainers- Are you curious about how veterinary behaviorists and behavior consultants work together to get improvements? Are you interested in how to work with pets who's symptoms are difficult to treat in their current environment. Come to this webinar to see how you can adjust your training plans for the best success no matter how complicated the case.

For Veterinarians- When a patient has multiple behavioral signs and lives in an unrelenting environment, medications can help improve progress. Come to this webinar to learn a case-based approach to medication selection and adjustments so you can maximize improvements with your patients.  
Meet the Presenters 

Dr E'Lise Christensen

Dr. E’Lise Christensen DVM is a board-certified veterinary behaviorist and an international lecturer and author. Dr. C is board-certified by the American College of Veterinary Behaviorists and a member of the American Veterinary Society of Animal Behavior (AVSAB) Speaker’s Bureau and the American Veterinary Medical Association.

Dr C is always working on new ideas to support animals, families, trainers, and veterinary colleagues as they learn more about behavior and manage animals with behavioral disorders.
Patrick Jones - Course author
Meet the Presenters 

Bobbie Bhambree

Bobbie Bhambree (CDBC, CPDT-KA) is the Director of Behavior Services and a Certified Dog Behavior Consultant at Behavior Vets. She is also a faculty member of CATCH Canine Trainers Academy and Agility University.

Bobbie started her career in 2003 as a pet behavior counselor with the ASPCA Animal Behavior Center. In 2016, Bobbie joined the North Shore Animal League America in Port Washington, NY as the Director of Pet Behavior. She also deployed for the ASPCA Anti-Cruelty Behavior Team to work in the field, supporting the team with dog fighting busts, puppy mill cases, and hoarding cases.

In addition to this work, she founded and directed her own company, DogCentric Dog Training, helping people whose pet dogs experienced a wide spectrum of canine behavior issues.

Bobbie presented at the Lemonade Conference, hosted by IAABC and Fenzi Dog Sports Academy, in February of 2022.
Patrick Jones - Course author