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Webinar: The Cognitive Canine: Incorporating Training into Your Classes (CEU 2)

Perhaps the most exciting development in the world of dog training and behavior in the past decade is our growing awareness and understanding of our canine companions’ cognitive abilities. In this two-hour session with Pat Miller, you will explore cognitive concepts such as choice, imitation, object and color discrimination, match-to-sample, reading and writing, and discuss how you can incorporate these fascinating opportunities into your training programs.

Pat Miller is a CBCC-KA, CPDT-KA, past president of APDT and past board member of CCPDT. Miller worked at the Marin Humane Society in Novato, California from 1976 to 1996, in customer service, as a humane officer, Customer Service Supervisor, Field Supervisor, and for the final ten years as Director of Operations. During this time, she obtained an Associate Degree in Administration of Justice and a BS in Business Administration. In 1996 Miller left the Humane Society to launch Peaceable Paws in Monterey, California. Miller now offers group good manners classes, private training and behavior modification services, dog training workshops and trainer academies at her Peaceable Paws 80-acre facility in Fairplay, Maryland. In addition, Miller presents seminars around. She has authored seven books on dog behavior and training, most recently “Beware of the Dog,” on canine aggression Miller is training editor for The Whole Dog Journal, and n May of 2015 was named by Dog Fancy Magazine as one of 45 people who changed the dog world.

Note once a webinar is purchased there is no refund.