Toronto, Canada - June 12-16
The Animal Behavior Society was founded in 1964 to promote the study of animal behavior in the broadest sense, including studies using descriptive and experimental methods under natural and controlled conditions. Current members' research activities span the invertebrates and vertebrates, both in the field and in the laboratory, and include experimental psychology, behavioral ecology, neuroscience, zoology, biology, applied ethology, and human ethology as well as many other specialized areas.
Richmond, Virginia - October 18-21, 2017
Come, sit, stay, and learn. The 2017 APDT Conference will offer a variety of opportunities to improve ourselves as trainers, as business people, and as an industry. From amazing keynote speakers to CE classes to ample opportunities to network and participate in peer-to-peer sharing, the 2017 APDT Conference in Richmond, Virginia is a dynamic event for serious dog-trainers who want to stay at the top of their game.
Cincinnati, OH - April 23-28, 2017
The non-profit group Animal Behavior Management Alliance is hosting its next conference "Back to Basics: Crossing The Bridge Between Training and Conservation". Keynote speaker is Megan Parker, PhD, co-founder & Director of Research of Working Dogs for Conservation.
San Francisco, California - Mar 11-12 2017
If you can travel for the weekend, there's an incredible line-up of speakers at the 5th Canine Science Symposium to discuss applied canine research.
The 5th Annual Canine Science Symposium brings the latest in cutting-edge canine behavior research to the Bay Area. This is a must-attend event for dog training and behavior specialists, shelter and rescue professionals, and dog nerds of all stripes!