IACP Member Hosted/Presented Seminars and Workshops


Working Advanced Behavior Dogs with Jay Jack

March 14-15, 2020
16698 CO Rd. 137
Wellborn, FL 32094

Topics include working on advanced strategies including exploring theory, creating protocols for advanced behavior problems, introducing GRC Dogsports and Jay's use of play to create a positive foundation, and introducing DPFL's Assess and Progress approach.

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Play As the Way with Jay Jack

March 19-22, 2020
18208 67th Ave SE
Snohomish, WA 98296

Topics include: Play As the Way Social Responsibility, Spring Pole, Weight Pull, and Defensive Tactics

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Dogs Playing for Life's Stranger Danger Seminar

April 18, 2020
16698 CO Rd 137
Wellborn, FL 32094

At Dog's Playing for Life's Stranger Danger Seminar, hosted by Aimee Sadler, CEO and Founder of Dogs Playing for Life, you will learn how to work with dogs that are wary of strangers, build their confidence and help them develop new skills which will enable them to meet new people (and potential adopters) happily and successfully! For the private dog trainer or dog owner, the skills taught in this seminar will help support the reactive dog to expand their comfort level when meeting new people!

REQUIREMENTS: Working dogs must be able to hold a sit with distraction while handler is up to six feet away.

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Great Big Dog Workshop—From Theory to Practice

May 30, 2020 with Dr. Chris Pachel, DVM, DACVB, CABC 

  • Do you see what I see: Medical issues that present as behavior problems
  • Impact of fear & anxiety on learning
  • Desensitization & Counterconditioning: The details make the difference
  • All in the family: The impact of family dynamics on behavior assessment & intervention 

Register through our website: https://eastbayspca.org/what-we-do/guest-speakers/

Tailoring Training According to Temperament with Phyllis Smuland and Julie Hart

Reading temperament accurately can improve the efficacy and accuracy of your training.  Learn how to evaluate dogs and train difficult dogs utilizing Phyllis’ methods amassed over 35 years of experience.  Julie will add her experience working with fearful dogs and dog rescue. Non-judging and welcoming environment. 

When: May 7-9, 2020
Where: Washington DC Metro area in Lovettsville, VA
Cost:  $350 plus extra $50 for working spot

Contact: [email protected]


E-collar Workshop with the Monks of New Skete and Marc Goldberg

Dates - June 09 - 13, 2020
Location - New Skete Monastery, Cambridge, NY
Fees - Audit (no dog handling) - Early Registration $1,745
Handling - With your dog, a client's dog, or handling one of the monks' dogs - Early Registration $3,495


For further details and registration go to https://www.letdogsbedogs.org/ecollar-workshop


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