One of the world’s most knowledgeable experts on why cats and dogs do what they do is the very talented, charismatic Nicholas Dodman, BVMS, veterinarian, animal behaviorist, best-selling author and director of the prestigious Animal Behavior Clinic at Tufts University. For all of you who really want to know what makes your dog tick or why your cat is acting this way, mark your calendars for Aug. 28-29.
Dr. Dodman is presenting in-depth workshops aptly named:
* The Well-Adjusted Cat Workshop, Aug. 27
* The Well-Adjusted Dog Workshop – Aug. 28-29
Both workshops will be held at the Humane Society Boulder Valley, HSBV-2323 55th St., Boulder, CO 80301. Cost for the cat workshop is $149 per person for 1-day ($125 if you book by Aug. 2) and $299 for the two-day dog workshop ($225 if you book by Aug. 2).To register, visit the Pet Docs (and click on events).
Dr. Dodman will address social behaviors, fears, anxieties, litter box strategies, compulsive behaviors and much more in the feline workshop. In the two-day dog workshop, he will cover dominance, separation anxiety, phobias, compulsive behaviors, psycho-pharmacology and medical conditions masquerading as behavior problems.
Dr. Dodman is a great friend of mine who delivers his expertise in an engaging manner. He is a best-selling author of such books as “The Dog Who Loved Too Much” and ‘The Cat Who Cried For Help.” He is an in-demand pet expert, appearing on Oprah, 20/20, The Today Show, Discovery Channel and much more.