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Humane Society of Greater Rochester

Resource guarding is a deeply-rooted behavior that many pets exhibit. That’s because out in the wild the ability to protect one’s food, shelter, or other resources could make a big difference in that animal’s ability to survive. Join Humane Education Manager Kim Ferris-Church and Behavior and Training Manager Nick Lapressi to learn how to interpret your pet’s behavior and how to see things from their perspective too. Their tips and tricks will help you learn how to better deal with resource guarding when you see it at home and know when it’s best to seek help from a behavior or training specialist.