The IAABC Conference Tracks – THIS NEEDS UPDATING
The Dog Behavior Track at the IAABC Conference: What You’ll Learn
Canine behavior is a fascinating and multifaceted subject, and we’re bringing perspectives from behavior consultants, veterinary behaviorists, authors, geneticists, and research scientists together over our four-day dog behavior track.
IAABC 2018 will have four days education for everyone working in dog behavior. Our attendees are shelter staff and volunteers, dog trainers and behavior consultants at all career stages, veterinarians, veterinary technicians, and students, brought together by a passion for helping dogs adapt and thrive wherever they are.
This year, we’re focusing on factors that influence dog behavior, from genetics and early experience to nutrition and gut health, as well as talks on the rehabilitation of working dogs, workshops on aggression, presentations on applied behavior analysis, in-depth behavior case studies, new ways to do consultations and increase client compliance, and more!
We’re delighted to be able to bring a full day of education from Fear Free, which will explore how their techniques for reducing fear, anxiety, and stress can help your clients, their animals, and your business.
Dog Behavior Speakers
We’re delighted to welcome the following speakers to our dog behavior track at the IAABC Conference:
Dr. Linda Case, Dr. Chris Pachel, Dr. Lore Haug, Adria Karlsson, Michael Shikashio, Dr. Elinor Karlsson, Trish McMillan Loehr, Dr. Marty Becker, Steve Dale, Mikkel Becker, Karen and Bob Deeds.
The Cat Behavior Track at the IAABC Conference: What You’ll Learn
The Parrot Behavior Track at IAABC 2018: What You’ll Learn