We are over the moon to be welcoming renowned dog aggression specialist Jim Crosby Phd. to Positive Dog Training next month.
A must see speaker for all working with dogs, like trainers, behaviousists, vets, vet nurses, rescue centre team members and so many more.
This weekend packed full of amazing case studies and tales from someone who has been at the forefront of aggression studies.
About Jim Crosby
Retired Lieutenant James W. Crosby BS, MS, CBCC-KA (Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office, Jacksonville, FL, USA) has extensive canine behavioural training and expertise and is an internationally recognized authority and court accepted expert on canine attacks and aggression.
Jim’s specialty is investigating dog bite related fatalities, especially evidentiary and behavioural factors involved in these deaths.
Jim’s investigation of over 30 fatalities and post attack evaluation of over 50 subject dogs has been essential in numerous successful prosecutions. He assists prosecutors and agencies facing these cases, often on-scene, and his Doctoral research is focused on those critical incidents.
Jim has also assisted in dogfighting investigation and was the expert on the case wherein the defendant was sentenced to fifty years for dogfighting, the longest sentence for that crime in US history.
He also serves as an expert consultant regarding the use of deadly force by police officers against companion animals.
Jim earned his Master’s Degree in Veterinary Forensics from the College of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Florida and has compleated his PhD studies and earned his doctorate from the Graduate School at the College of Veterinary Medicine.
Just a handful of places left available to book.