Sunday, May 3, 2020
9:30am – 4:00pm
This day 2 of a 2 day seminar with John McGuigan; a day of video and lecture
presentation examining impulse and stimulus control in dogs and it’s solutions.
Self control – self control and impulse control are labels which are
very often used to explain/describe behaviors such as nuisance barking,
jumping up, snatching food, tugging on the lead and excited behaviors
around dogs and humans. But are these accurate? Could it be a problem
with the learning the dog has undergone rather than the dog himself? We
often view or consider arousal as being something which is within the
dog, but is this accurate? What else is at play?
Day 2 will focus on looking at these concepts from the viewpoint of
behavior analysis and suggestions of how better to deal with them in a
way that is fairer for the learner.
John is from Glasgow, United Kingdom, and has been training dogs professionally for over 10 years. In that time, he has accrued over 5500 hours of one to one client time and trained thousands of dogs. John and his team are committed to continuing education, so you can be assured that you and your dog will receive the most up to date, dog friendly techniques on the market. As well as training private clients, John also teaches other dog trainers and has presented in Australia, Canada, USA, Slovenia, Spain, Scotland and England with several more countries in the works for 2019.
Event LocationCameron Center, 95 Mahalani St.
Wailuku, HI, 96793