If you’re lucky enough to live in the San Francisco Bay Area, don’t miss celebrated veterinary behaviorist Dr. Nicholas Dodman at the Marin Humane Society on Saturday, February 21!
Dodman will be presenting two workshops: a cat behavior workshop from 2 – 3:30 PM and a dog behavior workshop from 5:30 – 7 PM. In addition, there will be a book signing from 3:30 – 5 PM.
2 – 3:30 PM: Feline Behavior A”CAT”EMY
Dr Dodman will present a talk and short question and answer session.
Topics will include:
Exploring social interactions between cats
Interpreting facial expressions and body language
Causes of and treatment for litter box problems
How to avoid furniture scratching
Dealing with obsessive-compulsive behaviors
Dr. Dodman of Tufts University is internationally recognized and sought after as a leader in the animal behavior field. Since the mid 1990s, he has written four acclaimed bestselling books that have received a tremendous amount of national press. His first book, The Dog Who Loved Too Much (Bantam Books, 1995) sold more than 100,000 copies as did his second book, The Cat Who Cried for Help (Bantam Books, 1997). His third book, Dogs Behaving Badly (Bantam Books, 1999) was again a bestseller while his latest, If Only They Could Speak (W.W. Norton & Co., 2002) was recently released as a trade paperback. Dr. Dodman appears regularly on radio and television including: 20/20, Oprah, NPR, The Today Show, Good Morning America, Dateline, Discovery Channel, NOVA, Animal Planet, CNNs Headline News, and MSNBC.