From Parrots to Ponies…it’s all Positive!

What can training parrots teach you about training horses? Typically, parrots are considered to need to be dominated and physically controlled. Dr Susan Friedman has been systematically challenging these myths for many years, bringing in science and ethology to the world of parrots. This has extended to her offering great training for all animal owners, vets, behaviour consultants and animal trainers. Her work is a wonderful blend of art and science and we’re delighted that she has accepted our invitation to join our On-Line Conference.

In this deceptively simple video, she explains all the components that need to be in place for great training. It’s easy to watch this and think “yeah, yeah, I know” but why not grab a cup of coffee and spend some time watching it, rewind it, taking notes and really getting it?

Everything you need to know is in these 5 minutes!

 

Dr. Susan Friedman is a psychology professor at Utah State University who has pioneered the application of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) to captive and companion animals. Students from 22 different countries have participated in Susan’s online courses and she has presented seminars for a wide variety of professional organizations around the world  She has been nominated for the Media Award given by the International Association of Behavior Analysis for her efforts to disseminate to pet owners, veterinarians, animal trainers and zookeepers the essential tools they need to empower and enrich the lives of the animals in their care.   http://www.behaviorworks.org/

 

Get access to Susan and many other fantastic positive reinforcement trainers in your living room – join us for the Equine Clicker Conference Online! Last day to get your Early Bird ticket with big savingsClick HERE!

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One comment on “From Parrots to Ponies…it’s all Positive!
  1. Jo Ellen says:

    Thank you for this captivatingly concise video!

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