ESSENTIAL SKILLS FOR BEHAVIOR-CHANGE IN THE SHELTER
LINDSAY WOOD BROWN
Behavior problems are now the most common reason for owner surrender of animals and employee turnover at shelters is on the rise. Animal shelters face unique challenges, not the least of which is that in-house behavior-change practices, designed to promote animals onto the adoption floor, require staff members with varying levels of behavior knowledge to work with unskilled animals and counsel inexperienced adopters. It’s a tricky trifecta.
At ClickerExpo LIVE, join Lindsay Wood Brown and a shelter team to explore how to accomplish behavior change efficiently, effectively, and practically - live in the shelter setting.