Multiple Dog Households

By June 8, 2017
August 20, 2017 11:00 am - 12:30 pm Geelong East Primary School 184 Boundary Rd, Geelong VIC 3219

This 1.5 hour presentation is suitable for anyone who may be thinking about getting another dog, people with multiple dogs that would like to learn more about managing a multi dog household, as well as dog trainers, shelter workers, rescue groups and foster carers.

Presentation Overview:

  • Understanding multiple dog household dynamics
  • Introducing a new dog
  • Safe vs risky interactions and play
  • Preparing for another dog
  • Possible triggers to the fights – why do they fight and what keeps them fighting
  • How to know when you have an issue brewing and when to seek help
  • Q&A

Trish Harris – Four Paws K9 Training

Trish Harris is co-founder and director of Four Paws K9 Training which is one of the largest, privately owned dog training schools operating in 4 locations around Melbourne. Four Paws K9 Training is also one of 6 dog training establishments in Victoria to receive Victorian Government recognition under the Domestic Animals Act of 2005, Reg 49.

Trish specialises in aggression and anxiety cases, particularly dog to dog aggression and has been sought after as an expert witness and reference/assessor for a couple of court cases which involved dog bites and attacks in Melbourne.

In addition to this, Trish is a lecturer/presenter for the National Dog Trainer’s Federation, has written and presents her own Puppy School Instructor’s Course in various states of Australia, runs seminars and workshops for foster carers who work with shelters and rescue groups, and also performs behaviour evaluations for a number of rescue groups around Victoria and ACT.

Would you like to have this event at your workplace?

Let the training come to you! Chews Australia can organise to hold the event at your workplace or at another venue suitable for your requirements if you prefer. It’s your choice!

If you would like to have this event run specifically for you, please get in touch with us today at