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Introduction to puppy and juvenile learning and training
with Dr. Noa Harell
Learn what motivates puppies and juveniles and how they learn; how these tendencies can be used for teaching the puppy desired behaviors; how behavior problems develop and what can be done to prevent them.
Socialization: what is it, why is it important and how can we promote it for the puppy and the human-animal bond's benefit
Puppy classes – goals and emphases in practice
Dr. Noa Harell received her DVM degree in 1994 from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel. In 1997 she participated in an externship program in veterinary behavioral medicine at Cornell University, NY. Since 1997 she has been seeing canine and feline behavior cases at a private practice setting, and teaching an introductory course in behavioral medicine to veterinary students at the Koret School of Veterinary Medicine of the Hebrew University.
Since 2009 she has been running a referral veterinary behavior clinic in Ramat-Gan, Israel and currently sees behavior cases exclusively, at her practice.
In addition to teaching veterinary students and mentoring them on seminars and research in this field, Dr. Harell's teaching and lecturing experience in the field of companion animal behavior includes continuing education lectures to veterinarians, animal behavior courses to dog trainers, lectures to various canine professionals such as the Israeli Customs Authorities canine handlers, the Israeli Prison Services' canine handlers, and lectures to the general public on companion animal behavior.
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