You know science supports your training methods…
You don't have the time (or access) to find and read all the papers
You worry that a client will ask you details about the research and you aren't confident in answering them
You use the terms ‘science-based' and ‘evidence-based' but imposter syndrome kicks in
October 3, 2023 2pm EST
Early bird $24 USD
Confidence in scientific knowledge
Helps to keep that imposter syndrome away
As pet professionals, we need to know and understand science
It has never been more important to truly understand the science behind different training methodologies and how that fits with our ethical perspectives.
Learn about the published science that we currently have:
And how this can be applied to our every day work with dogs.
Have we met?
Hi! I’m Janet Cutler, PhD
Certified Applied Animal Behaviorist
In addition to helping people with pet behavior problems, I’m a science nerd who has always loved learning. I know that finding and interpreting science can be time consuming and oftentimes difficult to access. That’s why I like to bring the important pieces to pet professionals, so they have confidence in their knowledge and recommendations when it comes to training and behavior.
With an MSc in Applied Ethology, and a PhD that focused on Animal Welfare and Epidemiology, I bring both scientific knowledge and the ability to assess the study design, statistics and validity of the behavior and training research.
You can learn more about Janet here.
Is there a replay?
A replay will be sent out to everyone who registers.
Are there CEUs available?
CEUs are available for CCPDT, IAABC, and KPA.
Do I need to be training dogs now to attend?
Current pet professionals and those interested in the science of behavior and training are welcome, as well as those who are considering doing so in the future.
October 3, 2023
Early bird $24 USD