CEUs: PPAB 1
Free-ranging dogs are one of the most widely
distributed carnivores in the world, yet scientists are only just beginning to study their behaviour. They represent a critical field of observation where human-dog interaction can reveal essential understanding about society, human and dog behaviour.
The knowledge gained in this intermediate level presentation can be applied by dog trainers and other pet professionals in homes, shelters and other contexts. Some of the information that will be shared is also essential learning for dog parents, for those who interact with dogs at any level, and for all those who travel in areas where free-ranging dogs are present.
- What/Where are free-ranging dogs
- Bali Dogs: an overview
- Behaviour-Life Style-Personality: Free-ranging dogs shifts in/via human perception
- Ecology and canines
- Professionals and Dog Parents: how to apply what you learn in this webinar in your work and life
- Rabies: the best practices for people visiting exposed areas
About your presenter
Marco Adda is a freelance canids researcher, with a core interest in companion dogs, free-ranging dogs and wolves. Passionate in Animal Behaviour (Ethology), the main focus on Anthrozoology and Human-Animal Interaction/conflict across times and cultures, Marco is a Professional Dog Trainer and Dog Behaviour Consultant, an educator about animals and society, an animal advocate and rescuer. Member of the International Society of Anthrozoology, the Animal Behaviour Society, Accredited Dognition Trainer and founder of Portugal Focus Animal Help, he also runs an online programme about Wolves.
With complementary interests in education, anthropology, social work, bodywork, theatre, human development, team building and nutrition, Marco has collaborated with universities in Rome, Paris, Novi Sad, Serbia, Budapest, Kuala Lumpur, Melbourne, Hobart and others institutions and organisations around the globe.