This full-day seminar taped in October 2011 provides an in-depth understanding of who dogs are and why they do what they do. It includes up-to-the-minute discoveries about genetics, development, physiology, communication and cognition. You’ll learn:
Why dogs aren’t wolves (and why they are!)
The effect of “nature” and “nurture” on your dog’s behavior
Exercises to help dogs adapt to change and stress
The effects of early development on personality and behavior
New research: canine cognition, communication & training
Are you as interested in what your dog is thinking as you are in how to train him? If so, you’ll love this seminar that explains who dogs are, and why they do what they do, from an entirely new perspective. From the comfort of your own couch, let Patricia guide you through current research on “all things dog,” from why some female dogs lift their legs (it’s all their brother’s fault!) to the ability of the general public to interpret dog expressions.
Through slides, videos and lecture, you’ll develop an enhanced understanding of the influence of genetics and development on behavior, along with new discoveries about play behavior, social behavior and canine cognition.
Who Should Buy
Any one who is fascinated by their dog’s behavior will enjoy hearing about what the last ten years of research has taught us about dogs. If you’d like to learn more about why your female dog lifts her leg, or why your brother-in-law doesn’t notice when his dog is frightened, this DVD is for you. Get a copy, invite your dog loving friends over and settle back!
Want to keep up in your field but can’t afford to subscribe to 15 different journals on behavior? Let Patricia summarize some of the most interesting and relevant research on canine behavior—always with a practical twist—in what’s been called one of Patricia’s best seminars ever.
Keeping up in the field of medicine is hard enough, but staying current in both medicine and behavior (including genetics, early development, learning, play, social relationships, training methodologies and more!) is downright impossible. Patricia spent months researching the field of behavior for important and relevant studies that have practical applications for dog owners and those in the health care field. You can stay current just by purchasing this one day seminar for you and your staff–sort of the PubMed of behavior!
“The Art And Science of Canine Behavior is fantastic. There is now a ‘one stop’ place that I can refer to when it comes to the most recent research in Canine Behavior. It’s presented by Patricia McConnell in a way that everyone can understand, making canine science research fun & interesting.”
–Catrina Ross on Facebook
“The Art and Science of Canine Behavior is a wonderfully entertaining and educational journey through the canine mind, giving new insight with recent scientific discoveries, presented only as Patricia McConnell can.
A ‘must have’ DVD.” -Gordon Edwards on Facebook
“The Art and Science of Canine Behavior is a great set…I wished I could have seen it live,
but the DVD set is well worth having!” -Renea Dahms Cbst on Facebook
“Every [DVD] I have is great. If I have to pick one, I’d say The Art and Science of Canine Behavior… Very in depth, interesting, fun and packed full of so much up-to-date information!! Patricia never fails to inspire!!” -Jim Schutz on Facebook
“An inspiration as always!”
“Intriguing scientific information for everyone who loves dogs,
presented in an accessible and entertaining way.” -Comments from Seminar Attendees, October 2011
“Fans seeking her trademark delivery, passion for science, and interpretations of the nuances of dogs will find The Art and Science of Canine Behavior to be an irreplaceable, modern addition to their collections.” -Liz Slane, blog reader
Publisher: McConnell Publishing Ltd.
Video Taped and Edited: Tawzer Dog Videos
Location: Full day seminar taped in Madison, WI
Number of Discs: 3 DVDs, 1 CD-ROM
Run Time: 6 HRS 01 MIN
Publish Date: February 2012