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Help PPG Support Science to Advance the Dog Training Industry!
We are delighted to announce that the Pet Professional Guild (PPG) is supporting an ambitious research project by Dr. Jamie Deleeuw of Community Research+.
Despite the public's increasing demand for dog training, there remains a notable lack of research dedicated to the professional pet dog training community. The studies included in this breakthrough project will provide an in-depth investigation into why dog trainers use specific training techniques and the prevalence and predictors of change in training method usage over time. The findings will be submitted to a peer-reviewed journal and be shared with the key stakeholders, which could include you!
To fund this important research, industry experts have generously volunteered their time and expertise to give a special series of educational webinars for PPG through its new program, the Pet Training Science Alliance (PTSA), which supports and helps fund scientific research to advance the pet training industry.
Professionals, What Can You Do to Help?
It’s easy … just buy a webinar!
Buy single webinars one at a time or all the webinars in the series. You can even give these webinars as gifts to colleagues and friends! All funds generated by these special webinar events will support this and future PPG research projects.
Not only will you be supporting science to move our industry forward, you will get a great learning experience and earn CEUs. And as a key stakeholder, at the conclusion of the project you will also be invited to attend a free webinar by Dr. Deleeuw where she will share a summary review of the studies and findings. How cool is that?
And there’s more—you’ll also get your own copy of this special badge identifying you as a Pet Training Science Alliance Learner to display on your website and social media, and a certificate to commemorate your support of this groundbreaking research project.
Don’t wait—fetch your webinar now!
Science Alliance Webinars