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TEMPORARY DISPLAY LIST - EVENTS APPROVED FOR NADOI CEUs - For additional info on event, click on the Website URL in Column K.
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TypeLocationCategoryDate/OngoingTitle of EventPresenterWebsite URL# Credits
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LIVE SEMINARCABehavior, Training04/08/2017 to 04/09/20172017 IAABC Animal Behavior ConferenceVarious presentershttp://iaabcconference.org/14.5
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LIVE SEMINARORBehavior, Training5/6/2017 - 5/7/2017From Difficult Dog to Comfortable Companion: Innovative Techniques to improve your Dog's Behavior and Well-beingDawn Jansen and Clare Swangerhttp://www.pawsitivecompanion.com/events-registration/12
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OnlineInternetBehavior, TrainingOngoingDomestic Dogs: The New Darlings of Animal CognitionKrista Macpherson, MShttp://www.e-trainingfordogs.com/2014/01/how-smart-are-dogs/1.5
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OnlineInternetBehavior, TrainingOngoingPuppys First Twenty Weeks – Protocol to Socializing PuppiesCasey Newtonhttp://www.e-trainingfordogs.com/2013/11/canine-vaccine-issues-vaccinate-dog/1.5
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OnlineInternetBehavior, TrainingOngoing101 Things to Do Beyond the Box-Dog Behavior Games for Behavioral WellnessRenea Dahms DipCBST, CTDI, RMThttp://www.e-trainingfordogs.com/2013/09/dog-behavior-games-101-things-to-do-beyond-the-box/1.5
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OnlineInternetBehavior, TrainingOngoingWolves Dogs and Humans – the Old Triangle: Science and Training at the Wolf Science Center/AustriaKurt M. Kotrschal, PhDhttp://e-trainingfordogs.com/2014/02/wolves-dogs-and-humans/1.5
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OnlineInternetBehavior, TrainingOngoingTreating Canine Behavior Problems with MedicationLore I. Haug, DVM, MS, DACVB, CPDT, CABChttp://e-trainingfordogs.com/2014/02/treating-canine-behavior-problems-with-medication/1.5
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ONLINEInternetBehavior, TrainingOngoingThe Engaged DogBrenda Aloffhttp://brendaaloff.com/virtual-academy/49
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ONLINEInternetBehavior, TrainingOngoingS.A.N.E. Solutions for Challenging Dog BehaviorKathy Cascade, PThttp://e-trainingfordogs.com8
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ONLINEInternetHealth and WellnessOngoingPet First Aid and CPRSheilagh O'Sullivanhttp://e-trainingfordogs.com9
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ONLINEInternetBusiness and EthicsOngoingEthics for Dog TrainersShelly Volschehttp://e-trainingfordogs.com1.5
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ONLINEInternetBusiness and EthicsOngoingMarketing Your Dog Training BusinessShelly Volschehttp://e-trainingfordogs.com1.5
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ONLINEInternetBehavior, TrainingOngoingTeaching Canine Scent WorkShelly Volschehttp://e-trainingfordogs.com6
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ONLINEInternetHealth and WellnessOngoingPet Loss & Grief Companioning … Helping A Family In A Healthy Grief JourneyColeen Ellishttp://www.e-trainingfordogs.com/2012/10/pet-loss-grief-companioning-helping-a-family-in-a-healthy-grief-journey/1.5
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ONLINEInternetHealth and WellnessOngoingDealing With Cabin Fever in PetsDr. Sally J. Foote, DVMhttp://www.e-trainingfordogs.com/2012/11/dealing-with-cabin-fever-in-pets/1.5
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ONLINEInternetHealth and WellnessOngoingAll-Fit Dog – A Whole Dog Approach to Over-All FitnessRacine Hyatthttp://www.e-trainingfordogs.com/2012/12/all-fit-dog-a-whole-dog-approach-to-over-all-fitness/1.5
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ONLINEInternetHealth and WellnessOngoingImprinting and Handling Puppies Birth to 10 WeeksSue Anne Wilsonhttp://www.e-trainingfordogs.com/2013/02/imprinting-and-handling-puppies-birth-to-10-weeks/1.5
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ONLINEInternetHealth and WellnessOngoingThe Importance of Understanding Dog Communication – in the Professional WorldNikki Iveyhttp://www.e-trainingfordogs.com/2013/03/the-importance-of-understanding-dog-communication-in-the-professional-world/1.5
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ONLINEInternetHealth and WellnessOngoingApplying Modern Genetic Principles to Improve the Health of DogsMartine Huslig, MS, BCGChttp://www.e-trainingfordogs.com/2013/05/applying-modern-genetic-principles-to-improve-the-health-of-dogs/1.5
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ONLINEInternetHealth and WellnessOngoingPet Stress – Is Your Pet Stressed?Dr. Ava Frick, DVMhttp://www.e-trainingfordogs.com/2013/06/pet-stress/1.5
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ONLINEInternetHealth and WellnessOngoingHolistic Toolkit for Dogs-Optimal Behavior, Training and PerformanceKathy Kawalechttp://www.e-trainingfordogs.com/2013/06/holistic-toolkit-for-dogs-better-behavior-training-performance/1.5
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ONLINEInternetHealth and WellnessOngoingPressure Wraps and Achieving Behavioral Calm in Anxious DogsCindy Ludwig, M.A., R.N., KPA-CTPhttp://www.e-trainingfordogs.com/2013/10/pressure-wraps-for-dogs/1.5
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ONLINEInternetHealth and WellnessOngoingCanine Vaccine Issues: Should I Vaccinate My Dog?Dr. W. Jean Dodds, DVMhttp://www.e-trainingfordogs.com/2013/11/canine-vaccine-issues-vaccinate-dog/1.5
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ONLINEInternetHealth and WellnessOngoingAnimal Hospice: Geriatric and Special Needs Care for Animals-Spirits in TransitionDr. Ella Bittel, DVMhttp://www.e-trainingfordogs.com/2012/02/animalhospice/15
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ONLINEInternetHealth and WellnessOngoingCANINE ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY COURSESheilagh O’Sullivanhttp://www.e-trainingfordogs.com/2011/04/canine-anatomy-and-physiology-course/12
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ONLINEInternetHealth and WellnessOngoingPET FIRST AID AND CPRSheilagh O’Sullivanhttp://www.e-trainingfordogs.com/2011/03/pet-first-aid-and-cpr/9
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ONLINEInternetHealth and WellnessOngoingHERBAL AND AROMATHERAPY REMEDIES FOR ANIMALSSheilagh O’Sullivanhttp://www.e-trainingfordogs.com/2011/03/herbal-and-aromatherapy-remedies-for-animals/4
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ONLINEInternetHealth and WellnessOngoingINTRODUCTORY CANINE MASSAGE COURSESheilagh O’Sullivanhttp://www.e-trainingfordogs.com/2011/04/introductory-canine-massage-course/12
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ONLINEInternetHealth and WellnessOngoingADVANCED CANINE MASSAGE COURSESheilagh O’Sullivanhttp://www.e-trainingfordogs.com/2011/04/advanced-canine-massage-course/12
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ONLINEInternetHealth and WellnessOngoingHands-On Healing – Practical Applications of Healing Herbs, Essences and MoreMary Marshallhttp://www.e-trainingfordogs.com/2011/11/healingherbsfordogs/1.5
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ONLINEInternetHealth and WellnessOngoingAll-Fit Dog-How to Improve Fitness for Over-all WellnessRacine Hyatthttp://www.e-trainingfordogs.com/2011/03/all-fit-dog/10
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ONLINEInternetHealth and WellnessOngoingAll-Fit Puppy-How to Support Each Stage of a Puppy’s DevelopmentRacine Hyatthttp://www.e-trainingfordogs.com/2011/03/all-fit-dog/10
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ONLINEInternetHealth and WellnessOngoingAthletic Performance Fitness Strategies: How to Condition an Athletic Performance DogRacine Hyatthttp://www.e-trainingfordogs.com/2011/03/all-fit-dog/10
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ONLINEInternetHealth and WellnessOngoingBuilding Better Bodies Through Nutrition-Part IDr. Ava Frick, DVMhttp://www.e-trainingfordogs.com/2011/03/introduction-to-canine-nutrition/13
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ONLINEInternetHealth and WellnessOngoingBuilding Better Bodies Through Nutrition-Part IIDr. Ava Frick, DVMhttp://www.e-trainingfordogs.com/2011/05/advanced-canine-nutrition/15
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ONLINEInternetHealth and WellnessOngoingFitness in Motion – Stretching and Exercises for DogsDr. Ava Frick, DVMhttp://www.e-trainingfordogs.com/2013/07/stretching-and-exercises-for-dogs/6
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ONLINEInternetHealth and WellnessOngoingFUNDAMENTALS OF DOG GROOMINGNichola Moorehttp://www.e-trainingfordogs.com/2011/03/fundamentals-of-dog-grooming/6
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ONLINEInternetHealth and WellnessOngoingGROOMING AND STYLING FOR PROFESSIONAL PET DOG GROOMERSNichola Moorehttp://www.e-trainingfordogs.com/2011/03/grooming-and-styling-for-professional-pet-dog-groomers/6
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ONLINEInternetHealth and WellnessOngoingCREATING AND MANAGING A PET GROOMING BUSINESSNichola Moorehttp://www.e-trainingfordogs.com/2011/03/creating-and-managing-a-pet-grooming-business/5
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ONLINEInternetHealth and WellnessOngoingBreeding and Whelping DogsSue Anne Wilsonhttp://www.e-trainingfordogs.com/2011/03/breeding-and-whelping-dogs/1.5
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ONLINEInternetHealth and WellnessOngoingPUPPY IMPRINTING AND BONDINGSue Anne Wilsonhttp://www.e-trainingfordogs.com/2011/03/puppy-imprinting-and-bonding/8
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ONLINEInternetHealth and WellnessOngoingPet Loss CompanioningColeen Ellis and Joe Dwyerhttp://www.e-trainingfordogs.com/2012/05/pet-loss-companioning/8
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ONLINEInternetHealth and WellnessOngoingTissue Mineral AnalysisDr. Ava Frick, DVMhttp://www.e-trainingfordogs.com/2014/01/tissue-mineral-analysis/6
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ONLINEInternetHealth and WellnessOngoingThe Use of Intravenous Nutrition in PetsDr. Nancy Brandt, DVMhttp://www.e-trainingfordogs.com/2014/01/iv-nutrition-for-dogs/1.5
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ONLINEInternetBehavior, TrainingOngoingCanine Ethology and Its Place in Animal ScienceErich Klinghammer, Ph.Dhttp://www.e-trainingfordogs.com/2012/09/ethology-and-its-place-in-animal-science-ethology-and-canine-behavior-lecture/1.5
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ONLINEInternetBehavior, TrainingOngoingEmotions as Learned Behavior-Ethology and Canine Behavior LectureKellie Snider, MAhttp://www.e-trainingfordogs.com/2012/09/emotions-as-learned-behavior-ethology-and-canine-behavior-lecture/1.5
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ONLINEInternetBehavior, TrainingOngoingDog Play “Gone Bad”Sue Alexander CPT-KSA, CBCC-KA, CDBChttp://www.e-trainingfordogs.com/2012/09/dog-play-gone-bad-ethology-and-canine-behavior-lecture/1.5
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ONLINEInternetBehavior, TrainingOngoingOf Wolves and Dogs: From The Big Bang to the ChihauhauDr.Charlie Berger, DVMhttp://www.e-trainingfordogs.com/2012/09/of-wolves-and-dogs-from-the-big-bang-to-the-chihauhau-ethology-and-canine-behavior-lecture/1.5
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ONLINEInternetBehavior, TrainingOngoingCanine CognitionClive Wynne, PhDhttp://www.e-trainingfordogs.com/2012/09/canine-cognition-ethology-and-canine-behavior-lecture/1.5
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ONLINEInternetBehavior, TrainingOngoingDominance Behavior in Wolves and DogsMonty Sloanhttp://www.e-trainingfordogs.com/2012/09/dominance-behavior-in-wolves-and-dogs-ethology-and-canine-behavior-lecture/1.5
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ONLINEInternetBehavior, TrainingOngoingDifferentiating Between Fearful and Submissive Behavior in CaninesMonty Sloanhttp://www.e-trainingfordogs.com/2012/09/differentiating-between-fearful-and-submissive-behavior-in-canines-ethology-and-canine-behavior-lecture/1.5
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ONLINEInternetBehavior, TrainingOngoingAggressive Behavior With Dogs ~ Solutions and StrategiesKen McCort http://www.e-trainingfordogs.com/2012/09/aggressive-behavior-with-dogs-solutions-and-strategies-ethology-and-canine-behavior-lecture/1.5
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ONLINEInternetBehavior, TrainingOngoingTemperament Assessment for Function or FriendNina Bondarenkohttp://www.e-trainingfordogs.com/2012/09/temperament-assessment-for-function-or-friend-ethology-and-canine-behavior-lecture/1.5
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ONLINEInternetBehavior, TrainingOngoingBehavior Adjustment Training For Reactive DogsGrisha Stewarthttp://www.e-trainingfordogs.com/2012/09/behavior-adjustment-training-for-reactive-dogs-ethology-and-canine-behavior-lecture/1.5
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ONLINEInternetBehavior, TrainingOngoingDeveloping Self-Control in Dogs with Behavioral IssuesDee Ganley, CBCC-KA, CPDT-KA, CABChttp://www.e-trainingfordogs.com/2012/09/developing-self-control-in-dogs-with-behavioral-issues-ethology-and-canine-behavior-lecture/1.5
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ONLINEInternetBehavior, TrainingOngoingLearning Styles of DogsRachel Friedman, MSW, LISWhttp://www.e-trainingfordogs.com/2012/09/learning-styles-of-dogs-ethology-and-canine-behavior-lecture/1.5
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ONLINEInternetBehavior, TrainingOngoingKeeping Dogs Safe During Dog to Dog EncountersBarbara Handelman, M.Ed, CDBC,http://www.e-trainingfordogs.com/2012/09/keeping-dogs-safe-during-dog-to-dog-encounters-ethology-and-canine-behavior-lecture/1.5
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ONLINEInternetBehavior, TrainingOngoingToo Dog-Tired to Behave: Self-Control in Canines is Sensitive to FatigueHolly Miller, Ph.D.http://www.e-trainingfordogs.com/2012/09/too-dog-tired-to-behave-self-control-in-canines-is-sensitive-to-fatigue-ethology-and-canine-behavior-lecture/1.5
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ONLINEInternetBehavior, TrainingOngoingThe Development of Behavior in Dogs (Canis lupus familiaris) and Wolves (Canis lupus lupus)Kathryn Lord, Ph.D.http://www.e-trainingfordogs.com/2012/09/the-development-of-behavior-in-dogs-canis-lupus-familiaris-and-wolves-canis-lupus-lupus-ethology-and-canine-behavior-lecture/1.5
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ONLINEInternetBehavior, TrainingOngoingResearch in Dog Training: Current Projects and Future DirectionsNicole Dorey, Ph.D.http://www.e-trainingfordogs.com/2012/09/research-in-dog-training-current-projects-and-future-directions-ethology-and-canine-behavior-lecture/1.5
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ONLINEInternetBehavior, TrainingOngoingTerriers: From Yorkies to Pit Bulls, What Makes Them Different?Ken McCorthttp://www.e-trainingfordogs.com/2012/09/terriers-from-yorkies-to-pit-bulls-what-makes-them-different-ethology-and-canine-behavior-lecture/1.5
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ONLINEInternetBehavior, TrainingOngoingDeep in Thought or Panting Mindlessly? A Scientific Investigation of AnthropomorphismJulie Hecht, MSchttp://www.e-trainingfordogs.com/2012/09/deep-in-thought-or-panting-mindlessly-a-scientific-investigation-of-anthropomorphism-ethology-and-canine-behavior-lecture/1.5
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ONLINEInternetBehavior, TrainingOngoingSearching for the Origin of the DogClive Wynne, PhDhttp://www.e-trainingfordogs.com/2012/04/searching-for-the-origin-of-the-dog-ethology-lecture-april-2012/1.5
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ONLINEInternetBehavior, TrainingOngoingConnections: The Evolution & Natural History of the DogMonty Sloanhttp://www.e-trainingfordogs.com/2012/05/connections-ethology-lecture-may-2012/1.5
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ONLINEInternetBehavior, TrainingOngoingThe Chaser Story: Why has language research with a smart Border collie received worldwide attention?Dr. Alliston K. Reidhttp://www.e-trainingfordogs.com/2012/06/the-chaser-story-ethology-lecture-june-2012/1.5
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ONLINEInternetBehavior, TrainingOngoingEnriching the Lives of Canines through Human InteractionLindsay R. Mehrkam, M.Shttp://www.e-trainingfordogs.com/2012/07/canine-ethology-and-behavior-lecture-enriching-the-lives-of-canines-through-human-interaction/1.5
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ONLINEInternetBehavior, TrainingOngoingAnimal Personality: What do we know and where shall we go?Sam Gosling, PhDhttp://www.e-trainingfordogs.com/2012/08/animal-personality-what-do-we-know-and-where-shall-we-go/1.5
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ONLINEInternetBehavior, TrainingOngoingIntentional Thinking in Animals: Can They Do It and Is It NecessaryKen McCorthttp://www.e-trainingfordogs.com/2012/09/intentional-thinking-in-animals-can-they-do-it-and-is-it-necessary/1.5
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ONLINEInternetBehavior, TrainingOngoingExploring TaboosJulie Hecht, MSchttp://www.e-trainingfordogs.com/2012/10/exploring-taboos/1.5
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ONLINEInternetBehavior, TrainingOngoingMeasuring Behavior and Temperament in Dogs: New Methods and ApplicationsDr. James Serpellhttp://www.e-trainingfordogs.com/2012/10/measuring-behavior-and-temperament-in-dogs-new-methods-and-applications/1.5
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ONLINEInternetBehavior, TrainingOngoingPractical Ethology: Breeding Selection and Training ChoicesChris Redenbach, CABC, CBCC-KAhttp://www.e-trainingfordogs.com/2012/12/practical-ethology-breeding-selection-and-training-choices/1.5
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ONLINEInternetBehavior, TrainingOngoingDingoes, the ‘missing link’ between wolves and domestic dogs?Dr. Bradley Smithhttp://www.e-trainingfordogs.com/2012/11/dingoes-the-missing-link-between-wolves-and-domestic-dogs/1.5
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ONLINEInternetBehavior, TrainingOngoingPairing Pavlovian Conditioning with Operant Odor-Discrimination TrainingNathaniel Hall, M.S.http://www.e-trainingfordogs.com/2013/03/pairing-pavlovian-conditioning-with-operant-odor-discrimination-training/1.5
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ONLINEInternetBehavior, TrainingOngoingThe Ethology of Play and What Canines Can Teach UsDr. Karen Davishttp://www.e-trainingfordogs.com/2013/03/the-ethology-of-play-and-what-canines-can-teach-us/1.5
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ONLINEInternetBehavior, TrainingOngoingWorking with Aggressive Dog CasesTrish King, CDBC, CPDT-KAhttp://www.e-trainingfordogs.com/2013/04/working-with-aggressive-dog-cases/1.5
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ONLINEInternetBehavior, TrainingOngoingYour Dog is a Wolf, but it’s Not!! ….a Day without Pee is a Day without Sunshine!Beth Duman, CPDT-KA, VSPDT http://www.e-trainingfordogs.com/2013/05/wolf-behavior-how-it-relates-to-training-dogs/1.5
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ONLINEInternetBehavior, TrainingOngoingScience and the Shelter Dog: How to improve adoption of shelter dogsAlexandra (Sasha) Protopopova, MS, CPDT-KAhttp://www.e-trainingfordogs.com/2013/04/how-to-improve-adoption-of-shelter-dogs/1.5
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ONLINEInternetBehavior, TrainingOngoingCommunication between dogs and humans: naturally smart or good learners?Mariana Bentosela, Ph.D.http://www.e-trainingfordogs.com/2013/07/communication-between-dogs-and-humans-are-dogs/1.5
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ONLINEInternetBehavior, TrainingOngoingDog Cognition: A Report from KyotoDr. Kazuo Fujitahttp://www.e-trainingfordogs.com/2013/08/dog-cognition/1.5
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ONLINEInternetBehavior, TrainingOngoingWorking with Dogs who Guard Food and Other ResourcesTrish McMillan Loehr, MSc, CDBC, CPDT-KAhttp://www.e-trainingfordogs.com/2013/09/resource-guarding-in-dogs/1.5
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ONLINEInternetBehavior, TrainingOngoingHow Understanding Basic Dog Ethology Can Benefit TrainersKen McCorthttp://www.e-trainingfordogs.com/2013/10/understanding-basic-dog-ethology-to-help-dog-trainers/1.5
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ONLINEInternetBehavior, TrainingOngoingClassical Conditioning in Dog Training-Thinking like a Dog TrainerSue Alexander CPT-KSA, CBCC-KA, CDBChttp://www.e-trainingfordogs.com/2013/11/classical-conditioning-in-dog-training/1.5
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ONLINEInternetBehavior, TrainingOngoingChomp: Predatory Behavior in Wolves and DogsMonty Sloanhttp://www.e-trainingfordogs.com/2013/12/predatory-behavior-in-dogs/1.5
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ONLINEInternetBehavior, TrainingOngoingBasic Dog Training Skills and Theory Using Positive MethodsSusan Sharpe and Janis Craryhttp://www.e-trainingfordogs.com/2011/03/basic-dog-training/6
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ONLINEInternetBehavior, TrainingOngoingBasic Puppy Training Skills and Theory Using Positive MethodsSusan Sharpe and Janis Craryhttp://www.e-trainingfordogs.com/2011/03/puppy-training/6
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ONLINEInternetBehavior, TrainingOngoingHow to Teach a Therapy Dog ClassSusan Sharpe and Janis Craryhttp://www.e-trainingfordogs.com/2011/04/therapy-dog-training/6
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ONLINEInternetBehavior, TrainingOngoingProblem Behaviors-Theory and Skills Using Positive MethodsSusan Sharpe and Janis Craryhttp://www.e-trainingfordogs.com/2011/03/dog-problem-behaviors/6
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ONLINEInternetBehavior, TrainingOngoingDifferent Breeds, Different Needs: Dog Training the Different BreedsSue Alexander CPT-KSA, CBCC-KA, CDBChttp://www.e-trainingfordogs.com/2011/11/dogtrainingdifferentbreeds/1.5
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ONLINEInternetBehavior, TrainingOngoingDog Training Basics: Foundation Skills for Handlers and DogsMyra Fourwindshttp://www.e-trainingfordogs.com/2012/06/dog-training-basics/8
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ONLINEInternetBehavior, TrainingOngoingHow to Develop and Teach a Puppy Class at a Vet Clinic or HospitalJan Bradfeldthttp://www.e-trainingfordogs.com/2011/04/vet-clinic-manners-and-socialization-for-puppies/8
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ONLINEInternetBehavior, TrainingOngoingCurriculum Development: The FIRST Step in Dog TrainingJan Gribble, MA, NADOIhttp://www.e-trainingfordogs.com/2013/02/curriculum-development-the-first-step-in-dog-training/1
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ONLINEInternetBehavior, TrainingOngoingEthics for Dog TrainersShelly Volsche, CPDT-KA, DipCFNhttp://www.e-trainingfordogs.com/2013/04/ethics-for-dog-trainers/1.5
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ONLINEInternetBehavior, TrainingOngoingMarketing Your Dog Training BusinessShelly Volsche, CPDT-KA, DipCFNhttp://www.e-trainingfordogs.com/2013/04/marketing-dog-training/1.5
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ONLINEInternetBehavior, TrainingOngoingRally Basics: AKC Rally Obedience TrainingJanice Dearthhttp://www.e-trainingfordogs.com/2011/08/introduction-to-rally-obedience/6
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ONLINEInternetBehavior, TrainingOngoingS.A.N.E. Solutions for Challenging Dog Behavior®Kathy Cascade, PThttp://www.e-trainingfordogs.com/2013/01/s-a-n-e-solutions-for-challenging-dog-behavior/8
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ONLINEInternetBehavior, TrainingOngoingTeaching Canine Scent WorkShelly Volsche, CPDT-KA, DipCFNhttp://www.e-trainingfordogs.com/2013/01/teaching-canine-scent-work/6
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ONLINEInternetBehavior, TrainingOngoingThinking Like a Trainer, Operant ConditioningSue Alexander CPT-KSA, CBCC-KA, CDBChttp://www.e-trainingfordogs.com/2012/01/thinking-like-a-trainer-part-1/2
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ONLINEInternetBehavior, TrainingOngoingThe 6 Week Dog Group Class for TrainersRachel Friedman MSW LISWhttp://www.e-trainingfordogs.com/2011/11/teaching-a-dog-group-class-for-trainers/12
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