Description: In this lecture the following subjects are discussed in-depth, with accompanying illustrations in the form of photographs and videotapes of dogs interacting: Distance increasing signals; Distance decreasing signals; Play invitation behaviors; Metasignals (how the dogs know it really is still play); and, Indicators of stress: ranging from mild to extreme. (Photo courtesy of © Marco de Kloet)
Some Notes About Stress
- Not all stress is negative. Fear, excitement, anxiety, playful, sexual, and aggressive arousal are all closely related.
- Duration of the feeling state and environmental factors can cause arousal to increase or change form.
- What starts as pleasure may transform into fear or aggression.
- Responses to both positive and negative stressors share some of the same behavioral characteristics and appearance.
- They cause some of the same neuro-chemical stress related changes in the brain.
- Both positive and negative stress responses may occur simultaneously.
- Indicators of stress rarely occur in isolation, but can still be classified as “mild, moderate, and severe.”
- Any combination of three or more simultaneously occurring signs of moderate stress combine to indicate extreme stress.
Cost: $25.00 USD
2 IAABC CEU’s
2 CCPDT CEU’s (2 CBCC-KA or 2 CPDT-KA)
2 ABCDT-L2 CEU’s
2 NADOI CEU’s
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