But you don’t just love them. You want to do everything you can to make their lives better, and that takes keeping your professional knowledge shiny and polished.
You can’t get enough learning about dogs, dog training, & behavior. You don’t just live and breathe dogs, you read and watch and learn dogs.
You want to know all the cool new stuff but don’t want to have to battle your way through academic writing to get to the good bits.
You’re a serious dog trainer or behaviorist who understands that being a professional means staying up-to-date in your field.
You love talking dog shop with training and behavior colleagues who are as geeky and passionate about dog behavior as you are.
If you enjoy sharing your knowledge with fellow dog lovers, this program will make you the most interesting person at any gathering!
Tuesday, February 27, at 12 pm and 7 pm
Tuesday, March 12, at 12 pm and 7 pm
Does Training Increase Persistence?
CEUs available from CCPDT and IAABC for all webinars
I keep my eye on all the latest work on training and treatment methods, learning, stress, fear and anxiety, aggression, cognition, and more—all the cool stuff!
I’ll tell you about a paper I think you’ll find fascinating. I’ll break it down:
We’ll chat about it, brainstorm applications together, answer your questions, geek out.
You get all the bragging rights that come with knowing all the latest, get to hang out with fellow R+ trainers who share your passion, and hone your science and critical thinking skills.
Plus you ride the cutting edge of not just science, but its application to your work as a dog trainer or behavior consultant—making you the best at what you do.
Monthly webinars run 60-90 minutes on the 2nd Tuesday of every month at 12 pm and 7pm Eastern
You’ll get a recording link for every webinar, in case you can’t make it live or want to review
1 CEU for each webinar for both CBCC-KA and IAABC
Subscribe monthly or yearly. (Yearly is the best deal—saves you $72!)
$30 month or $288 for a full year
Cancel any time.
“Kristina’s Research Bites is a fabulous program that not only helps identify and guide you through pertinent research, but also allows for a place to discuss the impact of research on our interactions with dogs and their people and how we can tweak training protocols to both account for the new research and be efficient. I would recommend it”
– Stacey Bell
Certified Separation Anxiety Pro Behavior Consultant (Cert. SAPBC)