Features August 2016 Issue

Qualified Professionals for Dog Aggression Modification

Mild aggression cases might involve a dog who growls and might even ďair-snap,Ē but who hasnít made contact with a person, or whose teeth touched a person but did not break the skin. For mild aggression cases, Iíd consider professionals with one of the following credentials (and of course, experience and interest in aggression cases): CBCC-KA, JDA, KPA, PMCT, PPG, or VBC.

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