What’s It About?
Can’t afford thousands of dollars to subscribe to multiple academic journals? No problem! This full-day seminar, taped in Madison WI in 2011, provides an in-depth understanding of who dogs are and why they do what they do, using up-to-the-minute discoveries about genetics, development, physiology and cognition. Gain state-of-the-art knowledge about canine behavior and its practical implications for dog lovers of all descriptions.
Through slides, videos and lecture, viewers will develop an enhanced understanding of the importance of genetics and development, along with new discoveries about play behavior, social behavior and canine cognition. Combining interesting discoveries and practical applications, the day is designed to bring our knowledge about all things “dog” to a higher level.
About the Presenter
Patricia McConnell, Ph.D, CAAB, has been training dogs and helping dog owners for over twenty years. She is the behaviour columnist for The Bark magazine (“the New Yorker of Dog Magazines”), a consulting editor for the Journal of Comparative Psychology and Adjunct Associate Professor in Zoology at the University of Wisconsin- Madison. She hosted public radio’s Calling All Pets for 14 years, and is an internationally acclaimed speaker and seminar presenter. She is also the author of many books.
Released 2012 Tawzer Dog
Running time – 6 hours