Trainer BOB BAILEY—who has trained over 120 species—and veterinarian/animal behaviorist DR. SOPHIA YIN explain what Operant Technology really is and how to make it work for you. Whether you’re a trainer, veterinary professional, pet owner, or police, military, or scent work trainer, science-based training methods can get you astonishingly fast and consistent results. Sponsored by the Behavior Medicine Club at UC Davis and Dr. Sophia Yin.
November 3rd and 4th, 2012 at UC Davis in Davis, CA.
One day = $150; both days = $250.00. Lunch and a light breakfast will be provided. Approved for 8 CCPDT CE Units and 12 IAABC CE Units.
Location: The seminar will be held at 170 Schalm Hall on the UC Davis campus.
Registration/Check-in: from 8-9:00 A.M.
To register, click here
To learn more about Bob Bailey’s animal behavior work while employed by the U.S. Navy, at Animal Behavior Enterprises, and with military and other professional groups today read these articles:
- How Technology from 30 Years Ago is Helping Military Dogs Perform Better Now
- Click and Cluck: Lesson on Animal Training from Chickens
- Interview with two of the most influential trainers who have ever lived
To learn about the history behind the science of animal training read these landmark articles: