Canine Aggression Academy




Canine Aggression Academy

Mask Requirements

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
Cost: $1500

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
Opportunity to become a Peaceable Paws affiliate (dependent on grades)
Eligibility to become a PMCT or PMCT-2
Snacks served daily

Your Instructor:
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.

Peaceable Paws Academy Ethics Statement

At our Pat Miller/Peaceable Paws Academies we are committed to upholding the highest standards of ethical conduct in our training practices. Our Code of Ethical Conduct serves as a guiding principle for all trainers and participants, ensuring that every interaction is rooted in respect, compassion, agency and positive reinforcement. Our foundational principles are no fear, no pain, and no intimidation. We believe in nurturing strong bonds between humans and animals through trust, encouragement, and empathy. By adhering to these principles, we strive to create a safe, supportive, and enriching environment where both learners and trainers can thrive.

Additional information

Dates June 10, 2024 to June 15, 2024, June 9, 2025 to June 14, 2025