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         Animal Training:     more books (106)
  1. Animal Training: Successful Animal Management Through Positive Reinforcement
  2. Reaching the Animal Mind: Clicker Training and What It Teaches Us About All Animals by Karen Pryor, 2010-06-08
  3. Tigers, Trainers, and Dancing Whales; Wild Animals of the Circus, Zoo, and Screen by Lace Kendall, 1968-06
  4. Puppy Training and Care (Animal Planet Pet Care Library) by Tracy Libby, 2008-03
  5. Adam's Task: Calling Animals by Name by Vicki Hearne, 2007-03-01
  6. One on One: A Dog Trainer's Guide to Private Training by Nicole Wilde, 2004-03
  7. ABC Animal Training, Unlock the Power of Positive Reinforcement (DVD & Study Guide) by Shelley L. Wood, 2005
  8. Clicker Training for Obedience: Shaping Top Performance-Positively by Morgan Spector, 2006-07-20
  9. The Power of Positive Dog Training by Pat Miller, 2008-04-21
  10. Whales with Fur: How to Train Any Animal Using Dolphin Training Techniques by Pete Davey, 2004-05-01

1. Family Animal - A Gentle Approach To Pet Behavior Training
Dr. Larry Lachman, author of Dogs on the Couch and Cats on the Counter, offers training techniques for dogs and cats along with tips on how to cope with pet loss.

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Dr. Larry Lachman Animal Behavior Consultant Licensed Clinical Psychologist Author CAT FANCY Magazine Columnist Radio Talk Show Host Available for Pre-Paid Phone ConsultationsGo To Ecommerce Page Dr. Larry's Books
Dogs on the Couch: Behavior Therapy for Training and Caring for Your Dog (Hardback: 1999, Paperback: 2002, Overlook Press, New York, ISBN: 1-58567-250-5) In Dogs On The Couch , Dr. Larry Lachman uses the tools of Family Systems Therapy and Behavior Therapy to analyze and treat a variety of problems that have eluded owners using traditional dog training methods.
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Cats on the Counter: Therapy and Training for Your Cat (Hardback: 2000, Paperback: 2001, St. Martin's Press, New York, ISBN: 0-312-28893-X) In Cats on the Counter , Dr. Larry Lachman uses the tools of Family Systems Therapy and Behavior Therapy to analyze and treat a variety of challening cat behavior problems such as not using the litter box, destructive clawing and fighting with other cats. Look for it at:

2. Animal Jobs Animal Careers And Working With Animals
Brian McMillan teaches people to handle and train exotic animals for careers in the animal industry Category Recreation Pets Training......Animal careers and animal jobs start at our animal training school offering handson interaction with exotic endangered animals at working studio animal ranch.
The foremost animal training, educational and animal behavior center in the country taught by studio trainers and professional animal actors. Our school specializes in providing hands-on training and instruction dedicated to teaching exotic animal training, husbandry and behavior in captivity and maintaining the preservation of non-captive wildlife around the world. Course Descriptions
If you want to start a career in animal training, zoo keeper, curator, wildlife conservationist, or as any other animal related field, then our school is the place to start. We designed the 9 Week Course and 8-10 Day Course for those who want to learn to train, care for, work with exotic animals or want to have an unforgettable hands on experience with wild animals. We feel that our school is important because it demonstrates what real animal enthusiasts can do to aid in the preservation and propagation of endangered species through education and understanding. We know and plan to show you that animals can and do coexist happily with humankind. We look forward to providing you the ultimate animal experience or the first step towards a new and exciting career that we believe will be one of the most memorable and rewarding times of your life.
Below is a short summary of the courses, classes encounters and adventures being offered by Hollywood Animals for 2003 for all ages.

3. Animal Training At SeaWorld
animal training at SeaWorld A SeaWorld Education Department Resource killer whale and trainer at SeaWorld of California Goals of the SeaWorld Education Department
Animal Training at SeaWorld
A SeaWorld Education Department Resource
killer whale and trainer at SeaWorld of California Contents
Introduction to Animal Behavior
Introduction to Animal Training

How Animals Learn

Marine Mammal Training At SeaWorld
Books For Young Readers
Goals of the SeaWorld Education Department: Based on a long-term commitment to education, SeaWorld strive to provide an enthusiastic, imaginative, and intellectually stimulating atmosphere to help students and guests develop a lifelong appreciation, understanding, and stewardship for our environment. Specifically, the goals are...
  • To instill in students and guests of all ages an appreciation for science and a respect for all living creatures and habitats.
    To conserve our valuable natural resources by increasing awareness of the interrelationships of humans and the environment.
    To increase students' and guests' basic competencies in science, math, and other disciplines.
    To be an educational resource to the world.
" For in the end we will conserve only what we love. We will love only what we understand. We will understand only what we are taught . "

Details about private training and group classes and links. Located in La Honda, California.
At CATAC our goals are to provide humane training and behavior consultations for the pet dog, to make the owner-dog bond as strong and rewarding as possible, and to keep pet dogs in their homes. Behavior training is a necessary component of dog ownership. Dogs don't have language and need to be taught how to interpret our expectations of them. Through positive reinforcement training methods, we help dog owners teach their pets basic behaviors such as sit, down, come when called, stay and walk nicely on leash, among others. Owners are then better able to communicate with their dogs, making dog ownership a much more rewarding experience. Through group classes, private in-home training and behavior consultations, we hope to help owners create the dog of their dreams. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us! Please feel free to contact us by phone or email
PO Box 607
La Honda, CA 94020

5. Clicker Training
A guide to the science behind animal training, explaining the terms and advantages of operant conditionin Category Recreation Pets Training Clicker Training......This page presents the theories of Operant and Classical Conditioning,and explains how they can be applied for animal training.
An Animal Trainer's Introduction To
Operant and
Classical Conditioning This page has moved! Click here to visit the new site:

6. Rescue Critters!® Brand Mannikins
Rescue Critters brand animal training Mannikins and Supplies animals in veterinary instruction and animal training. Please click on any of the paws below to get started!
"Changing the Way You Learn" TM Rescue Critters! brand mannikins are made for the specific purpose of training people veterinary procedures and life saving techniques for animals. They meet the criteria to Refine, Reduce, and Replace animals in veterinary instruction and animal training. Please click on any of the paws below to get started!
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Rescue Critters!® is a registered trademark of Rescue Critters, LLC. The distinctive appearance of each of the Rescue Critters!® brand mannikins is a trademark of Rescue Critters, LLC. "We all recall dissecting frogs; we all recall learning nothing." (Bernard Rollin, (1981), "Animal Rights and Human Morality," p. 105) " In memory of those lost"

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The Laboratory animal training Association provides an online program that documentscompliance with federal regulations on training in the humane care and use
The Laboratory Animal Training Association provides an online program that documents compliance with federal regulations on training in the humane care and use of laboratory animals Information about the Program Demo the Program Sign-In to use the Modules Review my Record Folder ... Email Us

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LABORATORY animal training ASSOCIATION Welcome to LATA's Online TrainingProgram. This program was developed to provide you with
LABORATORY ANIMAL TRAINING ASSOCIATION Welcome to LATA's Online Training Program. This program was developed to provide you with required information on the humane care and use of lab animals as mandated by federal regulations. After selecting a training module on the next page you will be asked to enter your name and department for documentation purposes. You will also be asked at the conclusion of the module to confirm that your name is in the database by re-typing your name exactly the same way as at the beginning. Please type your name correctly - first name and then last name in their respective fields. The modules are designed to present pages of text and graphics and occasionally ask questions about the text. If you answer a question incorrectly you will be directed to the associated text for review. If you answer correctly you will progress to the next page. No score is recorded but you will need to answer all the questions to document your participation. Click here to enter your password

9. Karen Pryor Home Page Puppy Training, Horse Training, Clicker
puppy training, horse training, clicker training, karen pryor, animal behavior, animal training, pet training, dog tricks, dog training tips, cat problems, cat behavior problems, dog training Welcome to the Center for Clicker Training Get Answers at the Dog Training Center. TRAIN YOUR CAT Come see our growing information on Birds. CLICKER TRAINING SAVES LIVES
Karen's March Letter Clicker Basics Clicker Honor Roll Find a Trainer ... Press Room Welcome to the Center for Clicker Training Welcome to our site! CLICKEREXPO IS HERE
Find out what all the EXCITMENT is about!
  • At Your Service... and Loving it. : A moving and wonderful update from Deb Davis about how clicker training; Freestyle, and service dogs go together
  • Click For Attitude : In the show ring, it's often that "watch me" attitude which captures the judge.
  • Speed Shaping : Here's a wonderful example of clicker training a new behavior quickly.
  • Bedtime Story How would your dog behave if he were told to lie down, but he wanted to hang out with you? If only all conflicts could be resolved this cleverly!
  • Shelter Tip : "Clicking Feral Cats", from our Shelter Resouce Center!
Don't Forget to visit these new features
  • Online Store Search
  • Offline KP Retailers Search
  • Find a Clicker Trainer
  • Tell Us About a Clicker Trained Animal CLICKER NEWS
    Staged last weekend, March 14-16, over 350 clicker training enthusiasts signed up and participated in a fulfilling and robust discussion of clickertraininig. READ the archives today
    at Yahoo Group " FEATURED AREAS
  • Find Retailers of Karen Pryor Products.
  • 10. Animal Training School For Animal Careers
    animal training school offers hands on instruction in training care maintenancehandling of exotic animals for animal related careers and jobs.

    11. Animal Training At SeaWorld
    Introduction to animal training. When did people first start traininganimals? People Something to remember about animal training. The
    Introduction to Animal Training
    When did people first start training animals? People have been training animals for thousands of years. Historically, falconers have trained hawks, and hunters have trained dogs. Dogs have also been trained for herding livestock and for pulling sleds. Elephants have been trained for carrying logs. Horses and camels have been trained for riding and hauling. Today, people still train these animals. Marine mammal training, however, is a relatively new field. For example, people have been training killer whales for only about the past 25 years. It is only recently that we have begun to explore the learning aptitude of marine mammals. Something to remember about animal training. The field of marine mammal training continues to change as we learn more and more about the behavior of these unique animals. Today's leaders in the field of animal training do not have all the answers to the questions that intrigue us. SeaWorld trainers are working at the forefront of animal training. Hence, our knowledge is relatively new and ever-changing. Long term studies in marine mammal behavior will continue to give us new insights. Introduction to Animal Behavior Introduction to Animal Training How Animals Learn Marine Mammal Training At SeaWorld ... Why do We Train Animals?

    12. Classical And Operant Conditioning
    Describes the science and terminology of operant conditioning and how it can be used in animal training. Explores the use of conditioned reinforcers and clicker training , too.
    An Animal Trainer's Introduction To
    Operant and Classical Conditioning Stacy Braslau-Schneck, MA
    Stacy's Wag'N'Train
    This page is dedicated to all those seeking to use positive reinforcement in animal training, especially those on the ClickerSolutions, ClickTrain and Click-L e-mail discussion lists.... and to "The Ds", Phoenix, Akeakamai, Elele and Hiapo, who taught me almost all I needed to know ...and to Shayna, for whom it was too late. This page attempts to explain Operant Conditioning, and promote the use of Positive Reinforcement and Negative Punishment in animal trainin g. Last updated November 20, 2001. For awards this page has won, click here
    Contents (click on the section title to jump to that section)
    Learning Theory and Learning Theory Classical Conditioning Operant Conditioning Four possible consequences of a behavior ... Who's Using Clicker Training Learning Theory and Learning Theory "Learning Theory" is a discipline of psychology that attempts to explain how an organism learns. It consists of many different theories of learning, including instincts, social facilitation, observation, formal teaching, memory, mimicry, and classical and operant conditioning. It is these last two that are of most interest to animal trainers. Why should animal trainers be bothered with learning the theory behind how their animals learn? Many excellent trainers have no formal schooling or organized understanding of how their training is effective or how their charges work. But training is both an art and a science. More and more trainers - pet owners, show competitors, horseback riders, show-business trainers, zookeepers, aquarium trainers and more - are finding that an understanding of learning theory helps them understand their animals' behaviors better, and plan their training accordingly. So trainers are learning the theory of learning theory!

    13. Animal Training & Behavior
    Animal Rescue Homepage. Training Behavior. Home Contact ARH Add a Listing News Aid for NY City Animals. Online Cats. Other animal training. General.
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    Litter Box: Cat Fancy feline library from "poop hockey" to "scent marking" ; includes litter box training information The Scoop on Pee and Poop
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    14. EATM Homepage
    Exotic animal training and Management Program. The Exotic animal training and Management(EATM) Program was established as a major at Moorpark College in 1974.
    America's Teaching Zoo at Moorpark College LINKS Exotic Animal Training and Management Program Home History Frequently Asked Questions ...

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    The Exotic Animal Training and Management (EATM) Program was established as a major at Moorpark College in 1974. The animal collection has gradually increased over the years as animals were acquired through donations and breeding loans from major zoos and research centers. This extraordinary collection has included exotic animals ranging from Marmosets to an Asian Elephant, Leopard Geckos to Alligators, Turacos to Emus. We currently have a Bengal Tiger, African Lioness, Spotted Hyena, Mountain Lions, a California Sea Lion, and many, many other exotic and endangered animals. We also have quite a few camels, many different species of primates, and a wide assortment of other wonderful animals!
    As the animal collection grew, so did the program. New courses were developed and enrollment increased. The present animal collection, is maintained on a five-acre facility on the Moorpark College campus called

    15. Animal Behavior, Enrichment & Training Books Recommended By Ark Animals
    This page is a collection of recommended reading on animal behavior,enrichment and animal training from Ark Animals. This section
    Support The Environment, Animals And This Site! Purchase Animal Books From Here!
    If you are looking for books about animal training and behavior modification then you came t o the right place!!! Below you will find a list of those books we recommend. (To return to this page just close the new window that opens.)You can scroll down or use the links. Due to space, we only have included pictures of a few books. Check out the specific dog, cat, and horse sections for more titles. Please email us with any titles we are missing or that you would like to see! Thanks for supporting this site! Here is what you will find: FEATURED BOOKS! Search Box For You Back to Main Book Index ... Learning and Behavior (Mazur)
    This is one of the best technical books I have seen. Most of the professional trainers I know have it in their library.
    Don't Shoot the Dog : The New Art of Teaching and Training

    This book opened the door to understanding operant conditioning within the dog world and pet owners. It has caused quite a stir. If you have heard of "clicker training" then you have heard of this book! An easy to understand manual for anyone to use. Should be in your library! Next Three Domestic Animal Behavior for Veterinarians and Animal Scientists
    This book is not for the casual reader. If you work in an animal veterinary clinic or other related profession you should have this on your bookshelf. Katherine Houpt is a very good behavior consultant and this book is a valuable tool for any trainer or behavior consultant.

    16. Alternative Animal Training & Therapy Index
    Alternative animal training Therapy is a holistic approach to workingwith animals. Behavior out! ALTERNATIVE ANIMAL. TRAINING THERAPYSM.
    ALTERNATIVE ANIMAL SM combines trust, respect, and understanding with intuitive animal sense and uses humane, positive and progressive techniques to assist all animals. Flower Remedies Book An Appointment Links Home

    17. Exotic Animal Careers At America's Teaching Zoo
    Exotic Animal Careers. Exotic animal training and Management, MoorparkCollege. Have you always had a strong desire to care for animals?
    Exotic Animal Careers
    Exotic Animal Training and Management, Moorpark College
    Have you always had a strong desire to care for animals? Have you been intrigued by the amazing performance of dolphins and killer whales in oceanariums? Do you want to help save wild animals from the threat of extinction? Do you want to teach others to love animals as much as you do? We can help you turn your dreams into reality. The Exotic Animal Training and Management (EATM) Program at Moorpark College is an unique vocational program offering education in the care and training of animals and the presentation of educational shows utilizing animals. Students receive instruction in modern techniques of zoo keeping including nutrition, restraint, and veterinary procedures. A variety of animal training procedures are presented, ranging from techniques applicable for confined zoo animals to methods used in working animals in the movie industry. The human elements of the animal industry are also covered in courses dealing with public relations, fund raising, planning, and supervision. At the college's animal facility, the students are able to put into action practices they have learned in the classroom. The EATM Program was established as a major at Moorpark College in 1974. The animal collection has gradually increased over the years as animals were acquired through donations and breeding loans from major zoos and research centers. This extraordinary collection has included exotic animals ranging from marmosets to an Asian elephant, blue-tongued skinks to alligators, button quail to ostrich.

    18. Research Conduct And Compliance Office
    February 2003 Newsletter (Acrobat Reader required). For Information on SchedulingLive animal training Contact Marilee Rose at or 412578-3459.
    Training Requirements and Options
    (Module 3) February 2003 Newsletter (Acrobat Reader required) For Information on Scheduling Live Animal Training Contact Marilee Rose at or 412-578-3459
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    19. HSPC: News: Animal Training
    News Shelter animal training 20 November 2002 Caleb, Henrietta, Big Red , Yoshi,these are just some of the dogs that have been adopted since they began the


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    20 November 2002
    Caleb, Henrietta, "Big Red", Yoshi, these are just some of the dogs that have been adopted since they began the new training program at HSPC. Linda Laughlin, an experienced dog trainer, works at the shelter four days a week with dogs assigned to the program by the HSPC Shelter Committee. The focus of the program is to socialize older, long term dogs in order for them to become more adoptable.
    Linda teaches them basic manners such as "sit" and "down", but more importantly, she helps them to enjoy human attention, brushing, nail trimming, and walking on a leash without pulling, all things they will need to be familiar with when they go to a home.
    Linda, who owns K-9 Camp Laughlin in the Conway area, has raised and trained dogs all of her life. Several years ago she became interested in the canine sport, dog agility, and she and her Jack Russell Terrier, Pecabo, recently became the first and only handler and dog team in Arkansas to win the title of Master Agility Dog.

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