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Webinar:Efficacy & Preference for Different Human Interaction in Domestic Dogs (CEU=1.5)

Learn how the human-dog bond works and how science can improve it. Erica will take you through her research and provide you with scientific data that supports her findings. Learn to identify reinforcers to maintain dog social interaction to humans and implement them into training protocols. 
 
Instructor: Erica Feuerbacher, Ph.D, CPDT-KA, BCBC-Dr. Erica Feuerbacher Assistant Professor of Anthrozoology at Carroll College in Helena, Montana. She earned her Ph.D. in Psychology at the University of Florida under Dr. Clive Wynne in the UF Canine Cognition and Behavior Lab and her Masters in Behavior Analysis under Dr. Jesus Rosales-Ruiz. She is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst and a Certified Professional Dog Trainer, has attended the San Francisco SPCA Dog Trainer Academy,    and has worked as a shelter behaviorist. She has taught Principles of Behavior Analysis, Learning and Cognition, Basic and Advanced Canine Training, and Research Methods. Her research interests center on dog-human social interactions, improving shelter dog welfare, and assessing training techniques.
CEUs:
1.5 CCPDT, IAABC, KPA, IACP, ABCDT-L2

If you need CEUS for CCPDT or IABBC you must e-mail a copy of your certificate of completion and your CCPDT certificate number to education@apdt.com.

We would like to thank Cardinal Pet Care for sponsoring today's webinar.

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