What is Dr. Cannon’s approach to solving dog behavior problems? As a psychologist with expertise in both human and animal behavior, Dr. Cannon understands how heartbreaking dog behavior problems can be for the humans who love their furry friends.
Dog training is an unregulated industry, which means many unqualified people are claiming they can help dogs. Many of these “trainers” are using outdated and harmful punitive techniques that science has already invalidated. That’s why Dr. Cannon started this business―to apply her extensive background in learning theory, behavioral neuroscience, and psychology to helping dogs and humans live better lives.
Dr. Cannon’s background far surpasses the expertise of “self-taught” trainers. She hasn’t just read about the science behind dog training she has contributed to the underlying science.
Dr. Cannon’s mission is helping people better understand and communicate with their canine companions. Hopefully, this also means fewer dogs in shelters for solvable behavior problems.
The treatment is compassionate, ethical, and confidential.Academic Degrees, Schools & Dates:
PhD Experimental Psychology, Washington State University, 1995
MS Experimental Psychology, Washington State University, 1993
BA Psychology, University of California at Los Angeles, 1990Major Interest in Animal Behavior:
Behavior modification of aggression, separation anxiety, noise phobias, house-soiling, inter-dog aggression, compulsive disorders, eating disorders, and more in dogs.Professional Memberships:
Animal Behavior Society
International Association of Animal Behavior Consultants
- Place of Businesswww.drcaricannon.comAddress: P.O. Box 61791
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What is Dr. Cannon’s approach to solving dog behavior problems? As a psychologist with expertise in both human and animal behavior, Dr. Cannon understands how heartbreaking dog behavior problems can be for the humans who love their furry friends. Dog training is an unregulated industry, which means many unqualified people are claiming they can help dogs. Many of these “trainers” Read more...
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