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Nuisance Barkers & Excitable Dogs - How Labels Influence Our Training Practices. Presented by Linda Case

  • Wednesday, January 22, 2020
  • 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM (EST)
  • Live Webinar

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  • For Doggone safe members
  • PPG member registration
  • A discounted rate for Pet Owner Members
  • Public registration

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CEUs: PPAB 1.5, CCPDT 1

This webinar examines several recent scientific studies that examine problem behaviors in dogs (and how we label these problems). Students will learn how to critically evaluate scientific studies and to assess how applicable study results are to every day dog training practice. Specific examples used in this webinar will also challenge prevailing views of certain types of behavior that owners identify as problematic (barking, excitability) and will address how perceptions of these behaviors may influence the way in which we approach prevention and treatment.


About The Presenter


Linda Case


Linda Case is a science writer, dog trainer, and canine nutritionist. Her academic training is as a canine/feline nutritionist and trainer. She earned her B.S. in Animal Science at Cornell University and her M.S. in Canine/Feline Nutrition at the University of Illinois, and was a lecturer of companion animal science at the University of Illinois for 15 years. She also taught companion animal behavior and training at the College of Veterinary Medicine. Linda owns AutumnGold Consulting and Dog Training Center in Mahomet, IL (www.autumngoldconsulting.com).

She is the author of eight books, including most recently, “Dog Smart”, “Dog Food Logic”, and “Beware the Straw Man”, and writes the popular blog “The Science Dog” (http://thesciencedog.wordpress.com/). Linda and her husband Mike currently share their lives with three amazing dogs; Cooper, Alice and Stanley, plus Pete the formerly feral cat. In addition to training dogs and writing, Linda enjoys hiking, swimming, bird watching, yoga and gardening – all of which she happily shares with her dogs.


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