In partnership with the National Institute on Drug Abuse, Veteran Paul de Groot and his Service Dog Raven share their experience in a special Q&A session.
Join Dr. Karen Machin for an engaging session to learn the signs of stress in dogs, how you can reduce stress in your dog, and what to do when stress becomes too much for dogs
Dr. Jordan Woodsworth from the Western College of Veterinary Medicine gives an introduction about what to expect from and what to ask your Veterinarian about your service dog.
Dr. Lousey will share about the fascinating and enduring historic bond between humans and dogs.
Dr. Scott Weiss and Dr. Joe Rubin provide a basic introduction to zoonosis (the transfer of disease from animals to humans)
and discuss the implications of a positive COVID-19 case in dogs.
Dr. Nancy Poole, from the Centre of Excellence on Women's Health, with the help of canine Anna-Belle, discusses how Service and other working dogs complement gender and trauma informed approaches to understanding
Photo credit: Colleen Dell.
Speakers from the Centre of Excellence on Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder provide an introduction to Moral Injury and how to recognize and support Veterans who may be dealing with it.
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