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K9 Learning Theory - Classical & Operant Conditioning

Jenifer Arballo, coordinator for Alabama Task Force-1 K9 Team, will be presenting K9 Learning Theory via Google Meet on Wednesday, January 25th, 2023 at 6 pm Eastern Time

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K9 Learning Theory - Classical & Operant Conditioning
K9 Learning Theory - Classical & Operant Conditioning

Time & Location

Jan 25, 2023, 6:00 PM – Jan 26, 2023, 7:00 PM

Google Meet

About the event

Jenifer Arballo, coordinator for Alabama Task Force-1 K9 Team, will be presenting K9 Learning Theory via Google Meet on Wednesday, January 25th, 2023 at 6 pm Eastern Time. Please see below for her bio.

The cost is $20 per person, please follow the link below to register. This is being offered as part of the HRD seminar, so if you are registered to come to the in-person seminar, you do not need to register separately for the webinar.

Link to register: https://www.zeffy.com/.../db7c838a-7f80-40c4-ba21...

Registration will close on the 23rd, the link will be emailed out 24 hours in advance, the evening of Tuesday, January 24th. If you are unable to attend in real time, please be sure to check the box upon registration so a link to the recorded webinar can be emailed to you afterwards.

Please email me at amy@421k9sar.org for any questions. --- Jenifer started off her dog training adventure very early in life. She grew up next door to a K9 Trainer for the Los Angeles Police department, and her mom bred Golden Retrievers for Guide Dogs of America. The understanding that dogs served an important purpose, and teaching a dog to fulfill a working purpose has always fascinated her. While finding a moderate level of success in the world of herding with her Sheltie, she studied and developed the curriculum for behavior modification clinics. She launched her first behavior modification clinic in 2004 in Long Beach, CA. This started her journey of studying behavior modification in people and animals. She has been a part of many studies and clinical trials for a variety of behavior modification research throughout her graduate degree programs. She has successfully continued her studies into parallel behavior modification in an effort to better understand primary response behavior and behavior modification with applications in the field of Behavior Modification and Occupational Therapy for Exceptional Student Education (EDE).

Throughout her adventure, she has competed in Rally, Agility, Lure Coursing, Tracking, and Obedience with her boxer Jersey and her Rottweiler mix Pandora. She has competed in both national and international forums for sport agility. Jersey spent many years ranked as a top-performing boxer by the American Kennel Club (AKC). Since 2010, she has worked in the world of training service dogs in partnership with many military working dog rehabilitation organizations. She has trained service dogs to help manage symptoms of PTSD, TBI, Diabetes, and Seizures. She has also trained service assistance dogs in the disciplines of auditory assistants and mobility assistants. In 2014, she switched her focus to training Search and Rescue dogs for both rescue and recovery disciplines. She currently leads the K9 Section of Alabama Task Force 1, which is a disaster response team.

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