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  Title TACT – Touch Associated Clicker Training: A Training Program for Dogs that are Fearful and Reactive Toward People
  Speaker Emma Parsons and Julie Robitaille
  Date(s) May 24, 2012
3:00 - 4:30 PM (EST)
  Location APDT Online webinar
  Fee $15.00 for Professional Members
$25.00 for Full/Associate Members
$50.00 for Non-Members
  CEUs CCPDT: 1.5 CEUs
IACP: 1.5 CEUs
SAWA: 1.5 CEUs
  Host Organization APDT
  Contact Person Katenna Jones
  Contact Email
  Contact Phone 401-439-6442

  Description of Seminar/Conference

A 90-minute overview of Touch Associated Clicker Training (TACT), a practical training solution for the challenging canine behavior of dog-human reactivity/aggression. The presenters will utilize video presentation as well as case study data to explain this unique approach to modify reactive/aggressive canine behavior.

TACT is an innovative new training methodology that creatively combines the science and art of learning theory, clicker training, and massage therapy. This methodology is used specifically to rehabilitate and prevent shy, fearful, reactive, and aggressive behavior in dogs and puppies. TACT incorporates ritualized protocols designed with safety, structure, and predictability. More information on the TACT methodology can be found at



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