Fear and Anxiety in Dogs

Caroline Clark
Written by an experienced, registered clinical animal behaviourist, Fear and Anxiety in Dogs looks at understanding, preventing and ultimately treating common behavioural issues found in pet dogs. With the help of real-life case studies and illustrated step-by-step training guides, it explains why problems may develop and what you can do to formulate your own behaviour modification plan. Covering a range of fear-related issues, such as fear of noises, reactivity towards other dogs and people, separation anxiety and trips to the vets, this fully illustrated book is suitable for concerned dog owners, anyone working with dogs in a professional capacity or for those with a genuine interest in canine behaviour.
Fear and Anxiety in Dogs by Caroline Clark

About the author

Caroline Clark is a registered clinical animal behaviourist and full member of the Association of Pet Behaviour Counsellors. She has been working with dogs for over forty years, starting out her career as a veterinary nurse. After working in education, she trained professionally at Southampton University under some of the world’s leading animal behaviourists. Caroline is a regular contributor to veterinary journals and a frequent speaker at animal behaviour conferences. She also appeared as the behaviour expert in the Channel 4 TV series, Embarrassing Pets.

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