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Bob Bailey Down-Under Tour 2017
Bob Bailey is in Australia and New Zealand for five seminars.

In March and April 2017, Dr Robert (Bob) Bailey, will be touring Australia and New Zealand to share his unique and extensive experience, knowledge and skill-base in animal training and behaviour with those in the animal behaviour, training, teaching and psychology industries.

Bob describes himself as a behavioural-systems analyst, engineer, small businessman, field biologist, animal trainer and teacher, (not necessarily in that order) and, due to his success in the application of efficient and effective behaviour change models, is largely considered one of the world’s most accomplished animal trainers.

Bob will be giving seminars which will cover the procedures of animal training, including the biology and effectiveness of training. There will also be demonstrations of learning with teams working with dogs or other animals.

Bob has trained over 150 different species and thousands of animals during his 60-year career. He has worked and consulted for the military, the police and other governmental agencies including the US Navy (as the first Director of Training, US Navy Marine Mammal Program), the US Army and the Air Force. When working and training at ‘Applied Behaviour Enterprises’, Bob was involved in the production of animal shows for major theme parks, the creation of TV commercials and has also trained animals for theatrical productions.

Bob Bailey Seminar Dates:
Brisbane 25 - 27 March 2017
Sydney 31 March, 01 & 02 April 2017
Melbourne 7-9 April 2017
Auckland, New Zealand 14-16 April 2017
Adelaide, 21-22 April 2017

For further information please contact:
Eve McKenzie at info@dogaholics.com.au (Australia) or
Karen Drummond at karen@learningaboutdogs.co.nz (New Zealand)
Yderligere information
Learning About Dogs Learning About Dogs
Tlf.: 021 655054
karen@learningaboutdogs.co.nz karen@learningaboutdogs.co.nz
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