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SERVICES

COVID-19 Response - Due to the fact that I am unable to travel during this crisis and while many animal shelters are closed as a resource for the pet-owning public, I am offering phone consultations to adopters, foster parents and the general public to help resolve behavioral challenges in your dogs and cats.  Please email me at kelley@kelleybollen.com or use the contact page to set up an appointment.

 

 

Shelter Consultations
Kelley is available for in-person consultations to help shelters create or improve their behavior programs. Consultations can be general, covering a wide variety of programs such as Behavioral Enrichment, Training, Behavior Modification or more focused - addressing one specific area of interest, such as conducting Canine Behavior Evaluations. A combination of lectures and hands-on training is typical.

 

Shelter Behavior Assessments

Behavior assessments are designed to evaluate your shelter’s current behavior practices. The assessment would require access to the physical shelter, access to relevant data, and interviews with staff and management regarding current behavior practices. A full report is then provided to you with recommendations to improve your overall behavior program.

Shelter Behavior Workshops
Kelley is available to provide one, two or three day workshops focusing on all aspects of shelter behavioral care.   Below is a list of lectures offered for a shelter workshop:

  • Reading Dog and Cat Body Language and Safe Handling

  • Stress Recognition and Reduction for Dogs and Cats

  • Environmental and Behavioral Enrichment for Dogs and Cats

  • Understanding Aggression in the Domestic Dog

  • Canine Behavior Evaluations

  • Feline Behavior Evaluations

  • How Animal Learn and Training in the Shelter

  • Behavior Modification in the Shelter

  • Addressing Common Behavior Problems in Cats and Dogs to Prevent Surrenders

  • Dogs Gone Crazy

  • Animal Control Officer Behavioral Training

  • Pit Bulls - Are They Different?

  • Terrified Tabby and Frightened Fido

  • Dominance in Dogs - Is it a Myth?

  • Life Changing Animals - Placing the Difficult Dogs

 
Kelley Bollen's Two-Day Shelter Behavior Seminar

This two-day seminar is designed for shelter staff, animal control officers, volunteers and administrators to learn more about addressing the behavioral health of the animals in their care. 


Day 1

  • Intake and Adoptions - A Behavior Perspective

  • Reading Dog and Cat Body Language & Safe Animal Handling

  • Stress Recognition and Reduction

  • Behavioral and Environmental Enrichment

Day 2

  • Understanding Aggression in the Domestic Dog

  • Canine Behavior Evaluations 

  • Feline Behavior Evaluations

  • How Animals Learn and Training in the Shelter

  • Behavior Modification in the Shelter

 
 

HOSTING THE SEMINAR
Your shelter can host the Shelter Behavior Seminar. The host shelter secures the venue and helps to advertise the event and their staff can attend at no cost. Please contact Kelley for details.

 

  • Attendees receive Certificate of Attendance

  • IAABC Members receive 14 CEU's 

  • CCPDT - 11 CEU's for trainers & 3 CEU's for behavior consultants

 

Educational Seminars for Veterinarians
Educational seminars are available to veterinary offices to improve staff's understanding of animal behavior so that they can help their animal and humane clients

  • Reading Dog and Cat Body Language

  • Humane Handling During Veterinary Exams

  • Stress Reduction in the Veterinary Office

  • Common Behavior Problems in Dogs

  • Common Behavior Problems in Cats

  • Separation Anxiety in Dogs

  • Fears and Phobias in Dogs

  • Understanding Aggression in the Domestic Dog

  • Puppy Primer

 

Educational Seminars for Pet Owners 
These public seminars are designed to provide you with relevant information that will improve your understanding of your pet.

 

  • The Amazingness of our Canine and Feline Friends

  • Why does my dog do that and how do I get him to stop?

  • Why does my cat do that and how do I get her to stop?

  • Dog Safety for Pet Owners

  • Dog Bite Prevention for Kids

  • Enrichment and Clicker Training for Your Pets

  • Preparing Your Pet for the New Baby

  • Separation Anxiety and Other Fears and Phobias

  • Aggressive Behavior in Dogs

CONTACT KELLEY | REGISTER TO ATTEND AN EVENT