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Welcome Veterinarians and Vet Staff Heroes!

Before you go to the FREE Webinar on Compassion Fatigue,
we would like to personally welcome you.
You’ll find Truly Force Free Animal Training a great resource for
information on reading animal body language, working with reactive dogs,
and much more!

Kittens and puppies can be put on mandatory confinement during the socialization period due to surgery, injury or other medical issues.  When these patients are confined during the socialization period, they can experience a negative impact with socialization and can suffer from behavioral problems later in life.  This program will show techniques that will keep the parent safe and mentally stimulated.

Learning objectives:

  1. Attendees will learn techniques to help keep confined animals calm
  2. They will learn how to provide mental and physical exercise to patients that require confinements
  3. They will also learn ways to help puppies and kittens socialize while confined.

Bites can be prevented in the hospital environment when staff is trained properly in understanding body language and when they understand force free, positive techniques. Keeping our patients under threshold while in the hospital is critical and learning alternate ways to handle a fearful animal is needed to keep the staff safe.

Learning Objectives:

  1. The attendee will learn that if body language is understood, staff can prevent bites
  2. Attendees will be able to share tips with staff and others about how to help prevent bites
  3. Attendees will understand why and how some medications can help prevent bites and how they can not only help the staff but can help the patients, too.

Veterinarian Technicians, dog trainers, and people who work in the animal field commonly experience compassion fatigue. Compassion Fatigue is a real problem in the animal welfare field, and we need to be aware of it. This 1-hour webinar is designed for anyone who cares for animals! Whether you are a veterinarian, dog trainer, dog walker, pet sitter this webinar can help.