Register for the 2016 UK Dog Bite Prevention & Behaviour Conference
Registration is now open for the third annual UK Dog Bite Prevention and Behaviour Conference.
For the third straight year, renowned TV dog behaviour expert Victoria Stilwell has enlisted the help of the world’s top canine behaviour experts, specialists and educators to create the National Dog Bite Prevention & Behaviour Conference – an annual national event dedicated to finding practical and workable solutions to this universal problem through education and heightened awareness.
This third annual two-day conference will be held at the University of Lincoln on June 11-12, 2016.
The conference will feature dynamic presentations from some of the world’s top dog behaviour and bite prevention experts and serves as the official kickoff event for the National Dog Bite Prevention Week, which runs from June 12 - June 19, 2016.
Spaces are limited, and this event has sold out for the past two years, so don't delay in registering for the conference now to ensure you have a seat at this industry-leading annual event!
2015 Conference Presenter* List:
- Victoria Stilwell, dog behaviour expert, creator of It’s Me or the Dog, founder of Victoria Stilwell Academy
- Ádám Miklósi, Director of the Family Dog Research Project and Head of Ethology, Eötvös Loránd University
- Chirag Patel, Certified Pet Behavior Expert
- Daniel Mills, Professor of Veterinary Behavioural Medicine, University of Lincoln
- Sarah Fisher, T-touch practitioner and behaviour counselor
- Kamal Fernandez, Renowned dog trainer
- Jon Gardner, Dog trainer and behavior expert
- Justine Schuurmans & Leah Hatley, Dog training educators & owners of The Family Dog
- Jo Pay, Owner, Standish Dog Training and VSPDT European Coordinator
The National Dog Bite Prevention and Behaviour Conference is open to everyone including dog lovers, dog trainers, groomers, pet sitters and dog walkers, animal shelter workers and other animal care professionals, as well as dog wardens, law enforcement, educators, veterinarians and legal and medical professionals.
- Reducing the risk of your dog biting
- Demystifying dominance
- The ethology and genetics of dog aggression: getting the right
- Harnessing the power of social media to change dogs' lives positively
- Accountability: building a 'bank' of communication tools with our dogs
- Common problems with high drive dogs in domestic situations
- Training dogs to bite in the services, private sector and dog sport
- How, when and why to find a high-drive dog
- Safe conduct and effective, humane retirement plans for working dogs
- Bite prevention training plans for family dogs
A percentage of all proceeds will be donated to the Victoria Stilwell Foundation.