Canine Aggression Academy
CEUs available for CCPDT
A non-refundable deposit of $500.00 reserves a space in this Academy.
Your academy tuition is 50% refundable (minus the non-refundable deposit) if you cancel 60 days or more prior to academy start date, 25% (minus the non-refundable deposit) if you cancel 45+ days prior, non-refundable if you cancel less than 45 days out.
Limit 8 students
Peaceable Paws Canine Aggression Academy with Pat Miller
Duration: 6 days: Monday through Saturday
Size: Limited to 8 students
Pre-requisite for this academy is successful completion (or equivelent )of our Canine Training and Behavior Academy and successful completion of our Canine Behavior Modification Academy.
An intensive, internationally-acclaimed 6-day academy on canine aggression – discussing aggressive behavior; observing certified behavior consultant Pat Miller conduct several realtime aggression consults; and working in teams with an assigned aggression case for the week.
Graduates come away with a deeper understanding of canine aggression, aggression consulting skills, and aggression behavior modification protocols.
Expand your knowledge of canine aggression; improve your consulting skills; discuss the challenges and gratifications of working with canine aggression clients; develop new relationships with peers to add to your trainer network.
What You Get:
Certificate of Completion
Online access to Peaceable Paws trainer network (more than 300 trainer/graduates of the Academy
Body of knowledge useful for your CPDT exams
CCPDT and IAABC CEUs
Opportunity to become a Peaceable Paws affiliate (dependent on grades)
Eligibility to become a PMCT or PMCT-2
Snacks served daily
Pat Miller, CBCC-KA, CPDT-KA, CDBC, is owner of Peaceable Paws, Director of the Peaceable Paws Academies, and an internationally acclaimed trainer and seminar speaker, training editor for the Whole Dog Journal, and award-winning author of five books on dog training and behavior. She launched Peaceable Paws in Monterey, California in 1996 and has been at the Maryland 80-acre campus since 2004.