One-Day Online Conference on Nosework 

"Know the Nose" will take place on May 14th from 9am PT - 5pm PT, and you can join us from the comfort of your living room!
* as per usual if you cannot attend live the conference content will be available in your student library

Tickets $89 

This event has completed.   
Purchase of conference recordings will be available until noon Monday May 16th.



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Conference Schedule Details

ODS01: 9am - MULTIPLE MARKER SYSTEM It’s not just for sport dogs anymore!

This session will focus on using a multiple marker system for behavior cases. Whether quiet and fearful, or barking and reactive, the use of multiple markers can help build cl...

Karen Deeds, CDBC (Guest Presentations )

ODS02: 9am - How to Use Choice and CU Patterns to Create Clear Thinking and Self Regulation

Many of your dog’s big responses to the world are automatic. They are habits, just as our own typical responses stem from our habits. Big feelings are attached to habits. And,...

Julie Daniels (Faculty)

ODS03: 11am - When Feelings Get in the Way

You’ve probably heard me say “when you teach your dog what to do, you teach her how to feel,” but have you thought about all the ways that may be impacting your training? Emot...

Amy Cook, PhD (Faculty)

ODS04: 11am - When Dog Sports and Big Feelings Collide: A Supporting Role for Medications

Dogs used for sports are often selected to be very intensely motivated and to have high arousal in specific situations. While this is fantastic for flashy obedience or respons...

Sophie Liu, DVM (Guest Presentations )

ODS05: 1pm - Panel Discussion - Arousal Modulation with Karen Deeds, Denise Fenzi, Sophie Liu & Leslie McDevitt

Join us for a lively discussion on the importance of training Arousal Modulation! Instructor bios: Karen Deeds, CDBC Denise Fenzi Sophie Liu, DVM Leslie McDevitt, CDBC &...

Various Instructors (Guest Presentations )

ODS06: 2pm - Reactivity: Selecting a Training Protocol to Suit the Underlying Driver

Big feelings often lead to big responses! When a dog performs big behaviors in response to a stimulus, the “reactivity” label is often applied, regardless of the underlying d...

Sharon Carroll (Faculty)

ODS07: 2pm - Calming Games for High Arousal

You love your dog's enthusiasm for the reinforcer but you don't love the frantic ball of fur energy that comes out in its presence. You love your dog's drive for work but some...

Denise Fenzi (Faculty)

ODS08: 4pm - Panel Discussion - Defining Reactivity with Sharon Carroll, Amy Cook, Julie Daniels & Michael Shikashio

Join us for a lively panel discussion on Defining Reactivity. Instructor bios: Amy Cook, PhD Julie Daniels Sharon Carroll, CDBC Michael Shikashio, CDBC

Various Instructors (Guest Presentations )


This event has completed.   
Purchase of conference recordings will be available until noon Monday May 16th.



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