Parrot Shaping Plans for Vet Behaviors
IAABC CEUs: 1.5
KPA CEUs: 1.5
In this webinar, Barb Heidenreich talks about specific shaping plans for preparing parrots for a vet visit. By shaping the behaviors we want we empower our companion animals to cooperate, rather than struggle and fight increasing their fears all the while! This telecourse builds on Barb’s previous presentation, Training Birds for Husbandry and Medical Behaviors to Reduce or Eliminate Stress. This previous course is not a pre-requisite for taking this course, but it is recommended. Also, shaping principles are the same, regardless of species. This course should not be limited to people working with parrots.
Barbara Heidenreich – Animal Trainer and Behavior Consultant
Barbara Heidenreich has been a professional in the field of animal training since 1990. She is the President of Good Bird Inc (www.GoodBirdInc.com), a company that provides behavior and training products to the companion parrot and small mammal communities. These products include Good Bird Magazine, books, videos, and animal training workshops. Barbara Heidenreich has been a featured speaker on animal training on six continents and has been published in nine different languages. Barbara Heidenreich is a former president of the International Association of Avian Trainers and Educators (www.IAATE.org) and served on the Board of Directors from 1997-2009. She is a behavior and training consultant for KAYTEE and SuperPet.
Barbara also consults on animal training in zoos, nature centers and other animal related facilities. She has been a part of the development and production of more than 15 different free flight education programs and has worked with over 20 different animal facilities. In her career she has trained animals, trained staff, and/or presented shows at facilities around the world. For a list of facilities please visit: http://www.goodbirdinc.com/barbaraheidenreich-bio.htm
Refund Policy: The course fee will be refunded, in its entirety, so long as the enrollee requests a refund in writing no later than the 14th day after the course is purchased. Alternatively, the enrollee may request an exchange or credit toward a different course, instead of a refund.