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  Title Exploring Dog Sociability, With You as the Scientist
  Speaker Sue Sternberg & Dr. Tim Lewis
  Date(s) June 18 & 19, 2016
  Location Olympia WA
  Fee Group Rates from $125 per person;
Early Bird $165
  CEUs 13.0: CCPDT & IAABC
  Host Organization Puppyworks
  Website www.puppyworks.com
  Contact Person Arie Kopelman
  Contact Email events@petworkshops.com
  Contact Phone 917-699-6440

  Description of Seminar/Conference
  
 

SOCIABILITY: a vital predictor of dog adoptability and in-home good manners:
a key to placing dogs successfully, identifying behaviorally appropriate dogs & doing in home evaluations.

SEMINAR OBJECTIVES:
1. Learn to objectively read & measure behavior scientifically;
2. Participate in research evaluating a new sociability assessment; Test a “quick assessment” substitute (surrogate) for the traditional sociability test. It’s done outside the kennel or crate (dog is inside) to possibly predict sociability quickly and safely. This may limit the need for lengthy, some-
times risky, in-depth tests for many dogs, allowing time for more in-depth evaluations of other dogs.


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