Date: Tuesday, March 9, 2021
Time: 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
The WMVMA presents Dr. Jill Sackman, DVM, PhD, DACVB, DACVS to discuss behavioral challenges with dogs/puppies acquired during COVID-times. With assistance from Jenn Gavin, of A Pleasant Dog, we hope this webinar will provide insight into an emerging issue with lasting repercussions.
Dr. Sackman has generously agreed to record this lecture for later viewing, and allow distribution of slides or other materials from the webinar. Thank you Dr. Sackman!
Here are the quick details:
About our speakers:
Jenn Gavin is a Certified Professional Dog Trainer, Knowledge-Assessed and the founder and head trainer at A Pleasant Dog. Jenn focuses her practice on anxious and aggressive dogs. Jenn has 20 years of experience working with challenging behavior cases. Her favorite thing about working in behavior is that the field is always evolving, developing more humane and effective practices.
Jill Sackman is a Diplomate of both the American College of Veterinary Behaviorists and the American College of Veterinary Surgeons. She is a graduate of Michigan State University. She completed her rotating internship at the University of Pennsylvania, her surgery residency at the University of Tennessee, and her behavior residency at Blue Pearl in Michigan. She is the owner and founding veterinarian of Animal Behavior Consultants of Michigan, a referral veterinary behavior practice with offices in metro-Detroit, Grand Rapids, and Traverse City, Michigan. Dr. Sackman is Fear Free certified and sees pets with behavior disorders that range from mild fears to extreme aggression, compulsive disorders and panic disorders. Dr. Sackman is also a certified professional trainer through the Karen Pryor Academy, earning her KPA-CTP with her French Bulldog, Rose.
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