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Incorporating Pig Training and Behavior Into Your Practice. Presented by Tabitha Davies

  • Monday, March 08, 2021
  • 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM (EST)
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  • A Discounted Rate for Pet Owner Members
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CEUs: PPAB 1.5, CCPDT 1.5, IAABC 1.5, KPA 1.5

In this you will learn the most common pig behaviors that cause people to relinquish them, how to humanely address them, and teach incompatible or alternative behaviors. How to ensure that we're following the hierarchy of needs four pigs in home environments rural environments and apartment environments. who to contact if you have further questions about complex cases that present themselves and how to work with your local shelters to ensure humane and appropriate standards of care and assessment can be provided for pigs upon intake.

Learning Objectives

  • Understand the ins and outs of basic behavior.
  • Understand the mechanics of how to teach pigs and their humans from protected contact to training around other animals. 
  • How to help owners understand the physical mental nutritional and behavioral needs of pigs.
  • How to build pig training and behavior into your dog training business. 
  • The differences in preparations for lessons and consults of dogs and pigs and who to contact for support resources for force free science based help in more complex cases.

About Your Presenter


Tabitha Davies

Tabitha Davies resides in Southern California. She is the mother of two children and has a farm full of rescued animals. She has obtained her CPDT-KA, ACDBC,FF-C, CTDI credentials and certifications and is working toward obtaining her PCBC-A through the credentialing board. She is co-owner of All Big Canines, LLC. and enjoys spending time providing resources and teaching community outreach programs to help prevent dogs from winding up in the shelter system.

She has been training dogs for 17 years and working on behavior cases for 10. She started working with pigs and goats in 2013. She has had 2 journal articles on pig behavior published in the IAABC journal and spoken on two podcasts in addition to working with her local shelter and two rescue groups that take in farm animals to help ensure they are safe and able to find the best possible homes.

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