Kelli is the manager of Animal Behavior Programs at the SPCA of Texas, a sheltering system in north Texas that includes two shelters, two wellness clinics and a Rescue and Investigations team. She has developed volunteer training and enrichment programs, designs and conducts trainings, evaluates individual animals in order to design life enhancing programs, and oversees the canine aggression intake assessment. Kellie earned BS and MS degrees in Behavior Analysis, and conducted research on canine aggression under the direction of Jesus Rosales-Ruiz at the University of North Texas. The research resulted in the development of the Constructional Aggression Treatment (CAT) procedures which are now used around the world for treating canine aggression. Snider and Rosales-Ruiz have travelled around the US and in Canada and the UK conducting seminars on CAT. A seminar of the procedure is available from Tawzer Dog Videos.
Recorded OnDemand Lecture: Emotions as Learned Behavior