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Title: Science-Based Dog Training (with Feeling)

When: 11/02/2012 at 09:30 to 11/04/2012 at 17:30

Where: Radisson Los Angeles Airport


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Friday: WE CONTINUE TO WASTE PUPPYHOOD!!! How to prevent the many behavior, training and temperament problems that are created in puppyhood yet seldom manifest themselves until adolescence — housesoiling, chewing, barking, separation anxiety, fearfulness, dog-human and dog-dog aggression, hyperactivity, lack of attention and lack of compliance. There are huge holes in basic puppy husbandry that lead to a drastic decrease in quality of life for far too many dogs and their owners and of course, for many dogs, loss of life itself. Puppy prevention of behavior problems and aggression towards people is as easy as it is enjoyable. Whereas raising a dog to be dog-dog friendly can be a challenge and requires oodles of classical conditioning during puppyhood and adolescence (when the dog is still friendly), there are simply no excuses for dogs to grow up to become fearful or aggressive towards people. However, we are simply not doing one tenth of the training, one hundredth of the socialization, or one thousandth of the classical conditioning. We are wasting the socialization window. For more information click on the Single Day Options below (under Related Products) Saturday: LEARNING THEORY REDUX — BINARY VERBAL FEEDBACK How to transcend laboratory-generated learning theory, improve speed and effectiveness, and revitalize the spirit and soul of dog training in this sterile quantum world of clicks and kibble and jerks and shocks. How to communicate with dogs more effectively in order to instruct them what to do, to motivate them to want to do it and to enrich the relationship. Binary verbal feedback is instructive and analogue. Beyond communicating whether behaviors are desirable or not, analogue feedback communicates how well the dog did and the relative seriousness or potential danger of non-compliance. Instructive feedback communicates how to get back on track a.s.a.p. Verbal feedback is by far the best means for people to effectively correct unwanted behavior and

Sponsor: James & Kenneth Publishers

Speaker(s): Dr. Ian Dunbar PhD BVetMed MRCVS

Contact: Jamie Dunbar
 Phone: 800 784 5531


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Los Angeles, CA 90045
United States