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Discover the potential of social learning in puppies and revolutionize your dog training!



Join us for the seminar "Social Learning in Puppies and Its Use in Training"! This event is designed for all dog enthusiasts, dog trainers, breeders, and puppy owners who want to gain a new perspective on the learning process of puppies and discover effective training methods based on social learning. Join us to expand your knowledge and skills in puppy training, creating an even stronger bond with them. Don't miss this unique opportunity!


Here are some benefits you can gain from the seminar:

  • Latest scientific research on social learning in puppies: Learn about the latest scientific discoveries on how puppies learn from other dogs and humans in their environment.
  • Utilizing spontaneous behaviors and behavioral synchronization in puppies: Explore whether and how these natural behaviors can be utilized in puppy training.
  • Understanding appropriate social rewards: Learn how to effectively use social rewards to motivate and reward puppies during training.
  • Recent scientific research on social referencing in puppy education: Explore the latest research on how puppies reference to people and other animals to acquire information and skills.
  • Utilizing spontaneous social learning in puppy training: Learn how to effectively use spontaneous social learning in the puppy training process.
  • Practical part with puppy demonstrators: You will have the opportunity to observe and learn live how to apply social learning in dog training, using 4-8 puppies as demonstrators.
  • During the seminar, you will gain valuable knowledge based on the latest scientific research, helping you better understand and train puppies more effectively using social learning.


About the lecturer:

Claudia Fugazza is a researcher at the Department of Ethology at Eötvös Loránd University in Budapest. She obtained her PhD in ethology at Eötvös Loránd University in Budapest. She holds a Bachelor's degree in Dog Breeding and Education (TACREC), a Master's degree in Companion Animal Ethology, and a Master's degree in Dog Training from the University of Pisa in Italy. Her research focuses on social learning in dogs and canine cognitive abilities. She developed the training method called "Do as I Do," which utilizes dogs' ability to imitate and is an effective tool in dog training. Author of the book "DO AS I DO Using Social Learning to Train Dogs," which focuses on the use of social learning in dog training. She is a lecturer at numerous seminars in Europe, the USA, Japan, China, and Latin America. Her main seminar topics include canine cognitive abilities, social learning in dogs, and using this information in dog training. Dr. Claudia Fugazza is a member of the "Family Dog Project" at Eötvös Loránd University in Budapest, which brings together researchers from different fields, including dog ethology. Their work focuses on studying the behaviors and interactions between dogs and humans in family contexts, social learning in dogs, and their cognitive abilities. The project's activities, in which Dr. Claudia Fugazza participates, provide valuable information and insights for dog owners, supporting better understanding and communication with our four-legged friends.

The organizer reserves the right to cancel the event for reasons beyond their control. In such a case, the fees will be refunded to the accounts from which the purchase was made.



Online training “Social learning in puppies and its use in training” 1 day

zł500.00 Regular Price
zł390.00Sale Price
  • Online live training. 

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