Title: Use of Stuffed dogs in Evaluations and Consultations
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When trying to elicit behaviors to ascertain motivation and response, it is sometimes dangerous or difficult to use one's own dog. The use of various types of stuffed animals can give a trainer or evaluator pertinent information that she or he might not otherwise be able to see. The presentation discusses when stuffed dogs might be appropriate, when they are not, and how to use them effectively. The course has a substantial amount of illustrative video.
Speaker(s): Trish King