IMPROVING HUSBANDRY BEHAVIORS IN ANY ENVIRONMENT
LAURA MONACO TORELLI
At ClickerExpo you’ll learn more than you thought possible with our world-class faculty of 20+ leaders in positive reinforcement teaching and training.
Among them, you can catch Laura Monaco Torelli, who cleverly incorporates uncooked pasta noodles into her nail trim shaping plan. Why? Trimming the noodles helps to build duration into the behavior while pairing the “snap” sound, which can often be scary, with treats. This also helps the handler to build fluency with the trimming behavior before working with the animal.
Want more on ways to improve and enhance husbandry behaviors in any environment? Join Laura and other world-class speakers at ClickerExpo 2020 in Seattle (1/10 - 1/12) or Louisville (3/13 - 3/15).