The Science and Ethics of Animal Training

Communication 101: Lecture 1

**Watch this lecture for free! (see below for details)
A new conversation about the confluence of ethics, science, and practice in animal training. Overview of the background science  (behaviorism, cognition, neurosciences) and ethics of behavior modification and an introduction to the pros and cons class model for best outcomes.

This video is the first lecture in the course Animal Training 101. Watch it as a stand alone piece, or as in introduction to the class; either way it's an important discussion on where we are and where to go with our animal relationships.


Dr. Jenifer A. Zeligs
Dr. Jenifer A. Zeligs

About the instructor

Dr. Jenifer Zeligs, world famous animal trainer and author of Animal Training 101: The complete and practical guide to the art and science of behavior modification, offers her unique and inspiring insight into the world of animal behavior modification with this one-of-a-kind lecture series.  Dr. Zeligs has been training animals of all types; domestic and exotic, terrestrial and aquatic, for over 35 years, and teaching animal training at California State University for over 15 years to students from all over the world. Her award-winning teaching is now available to a wider audience through this on-line class experience.

What's included?

3 Videos

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