Understanding why dogs can be aggressive is very important if we are to live with dogs in harmony. Aggression is a common issue in dogs and knowing how to not only recognise when aggression may be normal and when it is not and what to do about it is important, especially when people are involved.
Recording from 11.07.2019
Dr Kersti Seksel BVSc (Hons) MRCVS MA (Hons) FACVSc DACVB DECAWBM
Kersti graduated in Veterinary Science from Sydney University. She has a BA in Behavioural Sciences with a major in psychology as well as a Master of Arts (Hons). She is a Fellow of the Australian and New Zealand College of Veterinary Scientists in Animal Behaviour, a Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Behaviorists and a Diplomate of the European College of Animal Welfare and Behavioural Medicine.
Kersti is the principal of a specialist practice in behavioural medicine in Sydney, Australia. She teaches the distance education course in Behavioural Medicine for Centre for Veterinary Education (University of Sydney) and is an adjunct associate professor at Charles Sturt University. She has presented at numerous conferences nationally and internationally and has written many text book chapters, written a book, Training Your Cat, is a regular presenter on ABC radio and is a consultant on VIN (Veterinary Information Network).