Don’t Miss this Conference!!! – Animal Training / Dog Training

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ORCA presents
The 8th Annual
Art & Science of Animal Training Conference
February 20-21, 2016
DFW Airport Marriott North
Dallas, Texas

This conference, run by a non-profit organization, is where I am going to be on Feb 20-21, not as a speaker but as an attendee! I am so excited to be seeing so many of the trainers I idolize. If you want to know what dog trainers like to do to pamper and treat themselves, it's attending a conference like this πŸ™‚ See you there!

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10 Comments

  1. Caprice Wilton

    Can you come to the UK? <3

    • Pawsitively Terriers

      +Capricewilton Emily was in UK for the Clicker Expo a couple of months ago. I couldn’t go but a friend went and said it was awesome though so much to take in she thought her head would explode!

  2. Some day I will be able to afford to go to one of these… some day…

  3. I live in Norway and are not able to come, but do you have any idea if there will be some live streaming or webinars during the weekend?? And can you please tell if you are coming back to scandinavia on a visit and are open for bookings for weekend courses? I am thinking about the dog club here πŸ™‚

  4. Amy Steward

    please can you do mouthing video with a staffie

  5. Amy Steward

    because collies are generally clever and bull dogs aren’t

  6. Animal luver

    I LOVE that black and wight dog

    • Animal luver

      +Snoocky – The sausage dog, ok

    • Snoocky - The sausage dog

      +Animal luver yeah!!!it is so relax πŸ˜› I take this opportunity to show you my channel…I hope that you subscribe it πŸ™‚

  7. Dale McCluskey

    Don’t waste your time or money attending a conference where learning theory is exploited and trainers such as Kikopup misrepresent dominance. Trainers who promote learning theory absent of qualifying the relational motives with underpin response and their script will always blame the dog when behavior issues fail to diminish.

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