The Copper Country Humane Society was proud to host Dr. Sue Kapla this past Sunday for special training session in positive reinforcement techniques.
Dr. Kapla demonstrated many basic techniques for improving dog behavior and provided these handouts for all attendees.
About Dr. Kapla
With an emphasis on humane and effective techniques, Sue has been training dogs since 1989 and has been offering individualized behavior consultations and training to owners experiencing problems with their canine companions for over ten years. She earned her B.S. and M.S. at Northern Michigan University and received her Ph.D. from West Virginia University in 2005 where her research focused on problem behavior in companion dogs.
As a Certified Applied Animal Behaviorist with the Animal Behavior Society, she is one of fewer than 50 in the nation. Dr. Kapla has worked closely with local shelters and veterinary clinics in Michigan, West Virginia, Iowa and Wisconsin.
Sue is currently an adjunct assistant professor in the Psychology Department at Northern Michigan University where she continues her studies on the behavior of dogs.
For more information about Dr. Kapla and Canine Consulting, visit http://www.canineconsult.com or for more information about the workshop please call CCHS (906-487-9560) or email: firstname.lastname@example.org