Education is the Key to Better Animal Welfare with Robert Falconer-Taylor; Manchester
Friday, 16 September 2016 from 19:00 to 22:00 (BST)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
“Impulsivity, compulsivity and self-control in dogs: what every dog professional and dog owner should know”
with Dr Robert Falconer-Taylor BVetMed DipCABT MRCVS
Robert will be sharing his wealth of knowledge and experience to help us better understand our canine friends.
This evening lecture will incorporate the following subjects : Impulsivity, compulsivity and self-control in dogs: What every dog professional and dog owner should know.
About Dr Robert Falconer-Taylor BVetMed DipCABT MRCVS
Robert is a partner of the Centre of Applied Pet Ethology (COAPE), the first organisation in the UK to develop government-regulated courses to degree level specifically in companion animal behaviour and training. COAPE also developed the renowned EMRA system used by behaviourists and trainers all over the world, now summarised in their book – EMRA Intelligence: The revolutionary new approach to treating behaviour problems in dogs.
Robert teaches and consults around the world along with writing for the veterinary and other professional press. He is also author of the informative COAPE Blog, published on their website, which has been taken up and endorsed by many training and behaviour organisations all over the world.
Robert is an international consultant to the pet industry and is engaged in the on-going development and risk assessment of pet ‘toys’ targeted specifically at promoting the welfare of pets and their relationship with owners. He has been actively involved in the development of the ‘The Puppy Plan’, first launched in February 2012 and updated in 2014, a collaboration between Dogs Trust and the Kennel Club. He is also a member of the International Cat Care Behavioural Advisory Panel.
Robert’s primary academic interests include companion animal cognitive science and emotionality, nutrition and its effects on behaviour, and applied neurophysiology, pharmacology and therapeutics in companion animal behaviour therapy. He promotes the idea wherever and whenever he can that “The key to better animal welfare is through education
For booking information please contact Michelle Radcliffe on 07920658671 or email DogsTrustTrainingNorthWest@Dogstrust.org.uk
or to book online http://www.eventbrite.co.uk/o/michelle-radcliffe-8249647107
When & Where
Dog School North West
For further information or booking please contact Dog School North West on 07920 658656 or 07920 658 671 or email the team at NorthWestDogSchool@dogstrust.org.uk