Check back often. A new ethology and canine behavior lecture is added every month.
Cost: $25.00 USD each
(check below for professional discounts)
Description: These are 90 minute to 2 hour lectures/webinars. IF THEY ARE “UPCOMING LECTURES” you will receive both an invite to the Live webinar and have 30 days access to the recording. IF THEY ARE “PAST LECTURES” you will receive a link to the recording only. BOTH have equal number of CEUs. The recording will have a short quiz that you must pass to earn your CEUs. We invite guest speakers on a monthly basis to bring you the most interesting and cutting edge information available in the field. All lectures are recorded remotely (usually from the speakers’s homes…which may be in a different country than the US) via the internet. Since the various speakers all have different internet connections, the quality of the presentations will vary. Some were also recorded several years ago and the internet was not as good as it is today. You will still be able to easily hear and view all of the webinars, however there will be the occasional glitch or technical difficultes that occurred during the recordings. These can not be avoided.
Access: Students have 30 days unlimited access within the month following purchase. Professional discounts available (see below).
CEUs: All of the lectures have either 1.5 or 2 CEUs from the CCPDT (CPDT-KA and *check each* CBCC-KA), IAABC, NADOI and others (e.g., ABCDT, PPG/PPAB, NACSW/CNSI KPA), per lecture (check each webinar for availability).
UPCOMING LECTURES –
December 12, 2017
Time: 8:00-9:30 pm EDT
Speaker: Lauren Thielke, MS
Title: Exploring Canine Attachment Behavior
This talk will explore attachment relationships in dogs, with a focus on attachment relationships between dogs and their owners. An overview of previous research on attachment tests, attachment styles of dogs, and implications for welfare and cognition will be presented. The role of oxytocin (a naturally occurring hormone involved in social bond formation) in attachment relationships will also be discussed. Current research exploring differences in attachment styles in dogs with and without separation anxiety will be presented, including how these findings could be useful in applied contexts. Cost: $25.00
2018 Webinars COMING SOON!
June 20th, 2018
Time: 8-9:30pm EDT
Speaker: Bridgett M. vonHoldt, PhD
Title: Everyone is my friend!, or the genetics of a hyper-social canid
If you forgot, or need to get the passcode, please email Cheryl with verification of your memberships to a professional canine organization at
If you already know the passcode (from previous registrations) use the following links to register:
IAABC members, Click HERE to apply your discount.
ABCDT, CCPDT, NADOI, PPG, NACP members, click HERE to apply your discount.