We are proud to present the FIRST ever BAT Seminar in Singapore.
Date: 29 – 30 Nov 2014 (Sat & Sun)
Time: 10am – 6pm
Presenter: Ms Carly Loyer, CBATI
Seminar fees: $350 for a 2-day seminar (refreshments and notes provided)
Address : 289 Farnborough Road, Singapore 509747
Note : No dogs allowed except for those involved in demo and handling
What is BAT?
BAT empowers animals to live with confidence and joy among humans.
Behavior Adjustment Training (BAT) is a training method for dogs who experience fear, frustration, and aggression. BAT was developed by Grisha Stewart, MA, CPDT-KA, who began sharing BAT with the world in 2009, with continuous updates and some excellent new material for 2014.
BAT is a living method that evolves as new research and its positive practical applications are explored, developed and verified. The core of BAT is that it is a dog-friendly application of desensitization with a giant dose of empowerment to the dog.Giving dogs a high degree of control over what happens to them is important for humane care and is what sets BAT apart from other training techniques.
By setting up situations in which dogs can safely explore the environment and investigate other dogs, people, etc., BAT helps dogs learn to control their own comfort level through peaceful means.
Who should attend?
Dog Owners, Trainers, Behaviorists, Shelter and Rescue Staff Members, Dog Walkers, Daycare Staff and Veterinary Staff.