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What’s Been Happening in Behavior Education Network:
BEN now has its own Facebook group. We’ve discussed conditioned emotional responses and can they be put “on cue”, a dog “guarding” the child in the family (or not), what to do when differences between you and local shelters crop up, and more issues presented as behavior problems that may not be, and MUCH more!
May: This month our Pro Member Webinar is Part Two of “How to Write Behavior Reports in LESS Time That Provide MORE Benefits to Readers and Enhance Your Reputation”. Our Biscuit series is Four Fundamentals of Working Safely with Animals. The CAABChat for the month is “The Complex Web of Certification and Credentials: What Do They Really Mean?”. One of the science articles to be reviewed is “Hot Dogs: Thermography and Measuring Stress in Dogs”.
April: This month our Pro Member Webinar is “How to Write Behavior Reports in LESS Time That Provide MORE Benefits to Readers and Enhance Your Reputation”. It’s also one of the Core Courses in our new Applied Animal Behavior Academy launching soon.
The CAABChat for the month is “Service Dog Teams: Pathways, Challenges and Functionality”
Biscuit Topic is “Fear Factors: Four Factors About Fears”.
This month’s review of a science article evaluates the use of fake dogs in the assessment of shelter dog behavior.
March: This month our Pro Member Webinar is “Cutting Edge Scientific and Practical Knowledge From IFAAB 2015″
Biscuit topic is “Four Best Practices for Pet Behavior and Training Businesses”.
CAABChat is “Helping Pet Owners Follow Through with Behavior Intervention Plans”.
March’s science article for review is about conflicts and mechanisms of conflict resolution in dogs. It is a very interesting paper with implications for dog-dog aggression problems.
February: This month our Pro Member Webinar continues the “How To Take a Behavioral History That Improves Your Consulting Success Part 2″. It’s also one of the Core Courses in our new Applied Animal Behavior Academy launching soon.
The CAAB Chat this month is “Is It All About The Genes?” with fellow CAABs Dr. Steve Zawistowski and Dr. Alice Moon-Fanelli. CAAB Chats are also open to non-members. Visit www.CAABChats.com for more information.
This month’s Biscuit topic is “Behavior Histories as Marketing Tools” and will tell you how you can use behavior histories for other purposes.
Check out the science articles for the month that examine the association (or not) between breed ownership and criminal activity. Is this good research, or not? Dr. Dan lets you know.
And that’s just a small sampling of what happens in the Behavior Education Network!
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