The Power of the Clicker for Modifying Cat Behavior
IAABC CEUs: pending
Join Marilyn Krieger as she discusses positive reinforcement and clicker techniques for modifying cat behavior. Cats are just as trainable as dogs – and understanding how to modify their behavior is just as important when trying to keep cats in their homes. Cats often react quite badly to harsh training methods, so positive methods are a must for every consultant.
Marilyn Krieger, CCBC, MA, member of the Board of Directors and co-chair, Cat Division of the International Association of Animal Behavior Consultants (IAABC) and owner of The Cat Coach, LLCSM has been counseling national and international clients on cat behavior issues since 1990.
She is the resident cat behaviorist for Cat Fancy Magazine’s web site, catchannel.com and has received attention in such prominent media outlets as USA Today, Cat Fancy Magazine, MSNBC, San Jose Mercury News and The Oakland Tribune and others. She frequently guests on television and radio programs, providing valuable tips and insights on how to modify cat and their human companion’s behaviors.
Marilyn authors “Ask The Cat Coach” for Animal Radio Network’s monthly magazine and also has written for Animal Behavior Consulting: Theory and Practice, the IAABC journal, Catnip, the Tufts University journal as well as many other publications.
Based in Northern California, Marilyn donates her expertise in cat behavior to the Peninsula Humane Society. Additionally, she volunteers her time as coordinator for California Bengal Cat Rescue, finding homes for Bengals, Savannahs, Chausies and other domestic/wild cat cross hybrids and is considered one of the leading experts on the Bengal breed.
Marilyn speaks and teaches cat behavior classes nationally and is certified through the International Association of Animal Behavior Consultants.
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