Our 3-day workshop is educational, fun and interactive. In the first two days, we discuss the brain and how emotions affect behaviors. And day 3 is set aside for a hands-on demonstration (up to 3 client dogs) of how we can apply Affective Dog Behavior in the real world.
From Workshops to Q&A Meet-ups
It's no secret, we love to talk to groups of people!
And so, we travel the country to meet with audiences to teach about the emotional canine brain and discuss Affective Dog Behavior.
To continue this, we would like to talk to YOU, especially, if you are eager to learn about canine emotionality, have a room/facility large enough to seat a small group of people and a TV (with HDMI) as well as a few chairs.
If you are planning your own event, we would love to discuss with you the possibility of becoming a guest speaker.
Q & A Meet-ups
This is probably one of our most flexible and fun options. We sit down with an interested group of people who don't have the time to go through a whole workshop but have some specific dog behavior, training and handling questions. These Q&A Meet-ups are ideal for rescue organizations and their foster people, and they can be attended in-person as well as via Zoom (minimum of 5 participants). We can meet either at a facility, a dog park, a restaurant ... again, we are very flexible.