Nicholas Dodman Speaks about Separation Anxiety in Dogs




The Cold Noses Foundation and Nine Zero Hotel, in Boston, will present world-famous animal behaviorist, Dr. Nicholas Dodman, speaking about separation anxiety in dogs from 6:30 to 8 p.m., April 13. The talk is aimed to help dog owners understand the reasons and possible solutions for separation anxiety, which is reported to affect about 20 percent of American dogs.

Dodman, who has been featured on Animal Planet and Dateline, among other media outlets, has written numerous books on animal behavior. His talk is part of a new monthly lecture series presented by Cold Noses Foundation, an organization that seeks to prevent animal suffering around the world by funding life-saving veterinary care, outreach and emergency relief programs. Tickets to the event can be purchased at the door or online at Eventbrite.com/e/separation-anxiety-unsticking-the-velcro-dog-tickets-21790285330.

Cost: $12-$15 per person (donation). Location: Nine Zero Hotel, 90 Tremont St., Boston. For more information, call 508-494-9303 or visit ColdNosesFoundation.org.

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